During the spring 2012 semester, the Open Academic Analytics Initiative (OAAI), led by Marist College, successfully deployed an open-source Learning Analytics solution, developed by the project during the fall, at two community colleges (Cerritos College and College of the Redwoods) and one Historically Black College and University (HBCU) (Savannah State University) as a means to further research in this emerging field. Our spring pilots involved a total of 1379 students, 67% of whom were considered low-income students, who were enrolled in introductory-level courses with, generally, three sections each being taught by the same instructor (e.g. BIOL 101 Section 1, 2 and 3). Each course section was then assigned to either a control or one of two treatment groups, thereby standardizing the instructional delivery to the extent possible across all three. Students in the two treatment groups who had been identified by our predictive model, which uses student demographic, aptitude and course management system usage data, as being likely to not complete the course received interventions designed to help them succeed.