Site Tier Levels
Typically, your geographical location ends up being the top factor when deciding which Site to work with. Sometimes though you might not be very close to a site, or they might be equidistant from you and then you need to make a choice. Which one do I go to?
Tier Level Differences
Understanding Meridian360 Tiers may help you out. Tiers describe the size of the Site based on revenue, and overall level of effort to the Meridian360 goals. Therefore:
Tier levels typically has a relationship with the number of students present. Tier 1 sites will usually have more students than a Tier 2 or Tier 3 Site.
Different Tier levels support different Student Success Programs. Tier 1 and Tier 2 Sites support all of them, and Tier 3 Sites support many of them. Unfortunately, some of the really good Student Success Programs are those that are not supported at Tier 3 Sites.
Student Success Programs by Meridian360 Site Tier Level
|Student Success Program||Tier 1||Tier 2||Tier 3||Independent Students|
|Availability of Class Materials in Advance||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Career Coaching and Professional Development Plan||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Class Reviews by Students||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Community Clinic Events||♦||♦|
|Extra Manuals at Cost||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Free Hot Topics Classes||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Live Class Follow-ups||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Priority Access to Book Sessions||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Referrals from Site Captain Initiative||♦||♦|
|Referrals from Meridian360||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Student Loyalty Program Discount||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Support Q & A Sessions||♦||♦||♦||♦|
|Volunteer Big Brothers/Big Sisters||♦||♦|