Compatibility addresses the problem of retention in higher education by providing tools for early student engagement and successful learning outcomes to residential and non-residential 4-year colleges and universities, community colleges, and online/hybrid colleges and universities.
Emphasizing the need for social integration as part of the learning experience, Compatibility's technology offers solutions to facilitate key relationships on campus, sending the message to students that they matter. Compatibility helps you build a relationship with students through the important connections they make on campus.
Based on years of research by doctorate level professionals, The Compatibility Program © offers the only scientifically developed, data-driven assessment and reporting tools available in the market. Research has proven that the non-cognitive data that Compatibility collects provides valuable information to colleges and universities, including the ability to enrich a school's knowledge and understanding of the dynamics of an incoming class to inform curriculum and programming for critical first-year seminars designed to ease transition.
Compatibility's psychometric assessment and complex algorithms match students to roommates/peers, mentors (peer, faculty and alumni), and campus-sponsored clubs and organizations. Each program provides the student with communications tools to facilitate dialogue in the early stages of connection.
The Compatibility Program is especially helpful for special populations on campus. Students who have used the program attest that they have made lasting relationships with students they might otherwise not have met. Additionally, the Compatibility Program works to help the larger student body integrate with special populations of students, including, but not limited to:
The non-cognitive data can impact multiple departments within an institution, including Marketing, Admissions, Enrollment, First Year Student Experience & Success, Student Affairs, Student Services, Residential Life, and Multicultural Affairs. The data may be used to help inform programming and to enrich student learning and program effectiveness outcomes.