Fort Worth Campus Celebrates January 2012 Retention Achievement

Contributed by Joy Cornwell, Campus Librarian and Student Services Coordinator

Front Row (holding the “100”) L to R: Health Sciences Department Chair Tonia Lawrence, Re-Enrollment Coordinator Sarah Nguyen, and MAX Instructor Dena Sosznyski. Back Rows L to R: MAX Instructors Melissa Nitschke and Megan Anderson, Debra Agee, Elizabeth Capell, Jon Ham, Molly Doskocil, James Nadal, and Dr. Shehzad Saleem; PT Instructor Danielle Massie and Carla Barbara-Cherry; MBC Instructor Diana Hainey and Susan King; DA Instructor Rhonda Abbott and Mark Kimbrell; DGA Instructors John Williams, Andrew Weinman, and Gary Harman; DOE Don McLaughlin and Criminal Justice Instructor Catherine Rascon.

Congratulations to our Remington College – Fort Worth Campus instructors for achieving their best monthly retention numbers in the last four years!

For the month of January, the Fort Worth Campus had a retention percentage of just over one hundred percent. This was achieved by re-enrolling more previously enrolled students than the total number of drops for the month.

This is a rare occurrence and a first in my history as the Director of Education for the Fort Worth Campus,” said Don McLaughlin.

In the month of January, the Campus had 13 students who left school and 16 previously enrolled students who re-enrolled. Re-enrollment Coordinator Sarah Nguyen said, “Our drops usually outweigh the number of students who re-enroll, so it’s a great feeling to have been part of such a strong achievement.”

100% never tasted so good!

On February 8, 2012, the Campus held a celebration as a thank you to the faculty and staff for the hard work and dedication that went into making January a successful month.

A congratulatory message was offered by Campus President Gregg Falcon, followed by everyone partaking in a piece of a giant cookie that commemorated the achievement.

 

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