Fall is here, and if you're from the south (or anywhere that even remotely follows college sports), you know what that means: football season. Fall means football, and football means tailgating. Tailgating is a fun way to celebrate school spirit and a great excuse to eat and drink with friends and family. Football season also presents the perfect opportunity to connect with alumni by hosting an alumni tailgate. Hosting an event such as this allows the university to show gratitude and appreciation for its alumni while providing alumni the chance to experience the excitement of football season at their beloved alma mater all over again.
In the world of higher education, it can be difficult, at times, to keep your students fully engaged and on the right track to obtaining their degree. As a university, you want nothing but success and excitement for the future from your students during their time at your institution. According to the New York Times, only 19% of students at public universities graduate in four years or less and 36% at more selective, private universities. These statistics are shockingly low compared to what most may think about graduation rates. Here are four helpful tips and tricks to motivate, engage, and keep your students as your number one fans.
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