Of the 3 million students entering two- and four-year colleges and universities each year, one-third will drop out before their sophomore year. Colleges are under competitive pressure to boost freshman retention rates. Aspirational parents are anxious for their children’s life success. Scholarship-granting entities are confronted with poor scholarship ROI.
csMentor's patent-pending mobile technology has received a successful independent impact evaluation for a pilot in Washington DC by College Success Foundation financed by the Gates Foundation.
Signed MOU among RAND Corporation, Ohio University, and national College Success Foundation for a two-year randomized trial of csMentor. RAND has lead on securing $3.1 million U.S. Department of Education grant.