The Comprehensive Student Record Convening was held recently in Indianapolis to celebrate the successes of the twelve pilot institutions and facilitate critical conversations around next steps to build on existing momentum. The project's sponsors—Lumina Foundation, AACRAO, and NASPA—have fueled the exploration of comprehensive student records as a tool to better capture holistic learning across the spectrum of postsecondary education experiences, including traditional residential campus life, commuter, non-traditional, and duel-enrollment student life, and military service.
NASPA engaged several attendees of the event to offer their takeaways, as well as sat down with Kevin Kruger and Amelia Parnell to learn more about NASPA's involvement in the project and aspirations for the future of comprehensive student records. Please enjoy the videos below, search #BeyondTranscripts on social media for more content from the Convening, and visit www.luminafoundation.org/csr2025 to learn more.
Dr. Kruger and Dr. Parnell, NASPA
Dr. Michael Christakis, University of Albany
Dr. Michael Baston, Laguardia Community College
Jake Friar, Elon University