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Strategic Advising

Campus Labs is uniquely positioned to provide high quality, best-practice consultation regarding strategic planning and assessment in higher education. The knowledge and expertise gained from more than 15 years working with campuses of all sizes—ranging from individual schools of education, business, law, etc., to multi-campus systems—is documented as high-impact practices to share within and outside the higher education community.

  • Retention Planning
  • Assessment Planning
  • Strategic Planning
  • Pre-Accreditation External Review
  • Evaluation Instrument Review

"I have participated in developing strategic planning for many organizations around the world. The experience of working with Campus Labs exceeded my expectations. Will Miller is a very skilled and experienced professional advisor who led a 360° input from all stakeholders and kept everyone focused on the outcome throughout the planning process."

Chesapeake College

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Will Miller, PhD

Strategic Advising Consultant

Will Miller, PhD, leverages data best practices to help campuses make strategic decisions. He joined the Campus Labs team in 2016, after serving as a faculty member and senior administrator at Flagler College in Florida. There, as Executive Director of Institutional Analytics, Effectiveness, and Planning, he helped transform the campus-wide outcomes assessment process. He also served as Accreditation Liaison to the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACSCOC). Before joining Flagler, he held faculty positions at Southeast Missouri State University, Notre Dame College, and Ohio University. His courses have explored topics in political science, public policy, program evaluation, and organizational behavior. His scholarly pursuits focus on assessment, campaigns and elections, polling, political psychology, and the pedagogy of political science and public administration.