PAS is part of the Center for Postsecondary Research (CPR) at Indiana University
Practice- and policy-oriented research on opportunity and equity in postsecondary education and on the multiple pathways of 21st century students toward postsecondary academic success and employment
 

Research on Academic Success

College Student Success

  • About PAS

  • The PAS Team

    • Current Team
    • Affiliated Scholars
  • Current Research Projects

    • Enrollment Trends (National Student Clearinghouse Signature Reports)
    • Leading to Completion
    • Faculty Vitality Survey (Indiana University School of Medicine)
    • Departmental 360 Survey (Indiana University School of Medicine)
    • Evaluation of the Millennium Leadership Institute (MLI)
  • Past Conference Papers

  • Topical Resources

    • Student Financial Aid
    • Enhancing Student Success
    • Research Methods



Contact Us

Email is likely to be the most efficient way to reach us, and we can use e-mail to arrange follow-up phone conversations.

Victor M. H. Borden
Director, PAS
vborden@iu.edu
812.856.0855

Phoebe Khasiala Wakhungu
Project Manager, PAS
pwakhung@indiana.edu
812.856.1506

Project on Academic Success
1900 E. Tenth Street
Eigenmann Hall, Suite 630
Bloomington, IN 47406-7512

About PAS

The Project on Academic Success (PAS) is a part of the Center for Postsecondary Research (CPR) at the Indiana University School of Education. PAS engages in various research projects that examine contemporary issues in higher education. These projects include evaluating opportunity and equity in postsecondary education, analyzing college completion, identifying the multiple pathways of 21st century students take toward postsecondary academic success and employment, and investigating institutional effectiveness in the United States and overseas. PAS seeks to understand the fundamental dynamics that contribute toward institutional effectiveness and student success, as well as offer suggestions for their improvement.