Fall 2018 Data Workshop

Past project — Conducted May 1, 2017 - November 19, 2019

September 27-28, 2018
Marquette Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton
Minneapolis, MN

The Center for Community College Student Engagement will host a special-focus convening for tribal colleges participating in the Tribal Student Success and Completion (TSSC) Project on September 27-28, 2018, at the Marquette Hotel, Curio Collection by Hilton in Minneapolis, MN.

Please take a moment to review information on this page before continuing on to workshop Registration.




The purposes of the workshop are to provide an overview of the SENSECCSSE data results, for the participants to review the data as a tribal college consortium, to guide tribal community colleges to identify a student engagement benchmark to further review and strengthen, and to initiate important discussions crucial to increase student success and completion rates.

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Generous funding from the Ascendium Education Group will cover on-site expenses for each participant, including:


  • Workshop registration
  • One-night stay at the Marquette Hotel (night of September 27)
  • Meeting materials
  • Meals (Welcome Reception, Breakfast, and Lunch)


The college is responsible for arranging and covering other travel expenses for participants.

Hotel Reservations

Reservations will be arranged by the Center based on workshop registration. There is no action needed from registered participants to secure hotel rooms.

Please keep in mind that the hotel will require a major credit card from each guest upon check-in. Individual participants are responsible for any incidental costs, as well as for lodging on additional nights.

If you have questions or need to update an existing registration, please contact the Center at mobley@cccse.org or 512-232-6458.

Transportation Tips

For the convenience of teams flying into Minneapolis, the hotel has transportation information on how to get to the hotel. See the hotel website for maps and directions.

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Participating colleges are invited to send a team of up to three people to the workshop. The recommended composition for teams can include any of the following staff members:

  • President or CEO
  • Chief academic officer
  • Chief student services officer
  • Lead institutional research officer
  • Faculty leader


During registration, one person from each college team should be designated as the Team Facilitator. This person will serve as the primary point of contact between the college and Center staff.

Please use your college’s institutional username and password to access registration. If you do not know your college’s username and/or password, please contact Mandi Mobley at mobley@cccse.org.

Registration is now closed.

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Funding by Ascendium Education Group

Proceeds may be used in general support of the Program in Higher Education Leadership and the College of Education.