student success

What's It Like to Use CampusESP? Let Baylor Tell You.

What's It Like to Use CampusESP? Let Baylor Tell You.

GUEST POST by Katie Matthews (Parent Program Specialist at Baylor University)

The Baylor Parents Network started using the CampusESP parent portal in June of 2018. From prospective parents to parents of current students, read about their experience.

Increase Student Persistence Up to 15% Through Parent Engagement

Increase Student Persistence Up to 15% Through Parent Engagement

Student persistence can increase by up to 15% when students share key aspects of their academic and financial record with parents.

Student Persistence Increases with Parent Engagement features findings from a study about parent engagement and student persistence based on 993 students enrolled at Abilene Christian University (ACU) in the Fall of 2016.

Family Support and Encouragement are Critical to Student Success

Family Support and Encouragement are Critical to Student Success

GUEST POST by George D. Kuh, PhD (Chancellor’s Professor Emeritus of Higher Education at Indiana University and a member of CampusESP's Advisory Board.)

It stands to reason that the right kind of partnership between institutions, parents, and students will help more students thrive in college and complete their educational program in a timely fashion.  It is hard to imagine a more promising, cost-effective, and personalized approach to increasing student success.

Does parent involvement help a student's GPA...in college?

Parents who provide academic advice "often/very often" to their college students report student GPAs that are .5 higher than parents who "never/sometimes" provide academic advice. 

5 Surprising Stats about College Parent Involvement

5 Surprising Stats about College Parent Involvement

CampusESP recently released “Meet the New Digital Parent in Higher Education”.  The results validate the cultural shift occurring with parent involvement in higher education.  Parents are more involved, more connected, and have higher expectations than ever.