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Watch this video to learn how frequently you should use interactive elements like chat functions and polling, ways to adapt the traditional in-person orientation format, how orientation leaders can build excitement across the summer, and how to create opportunities for students to connect with each other.
There are elements of your communication strategy that are more important than ever to double down on, and others that must be reconsidered or added. There are simple ways even well-meaning institutions can go wrong, and the stakes of getting it wrong are high. EAB is here to support you through this process.
Use this resource to learn the fundamentals of how to create a campus survey during COVID-19 and use our question bank to get started.
Enrollment teams have pivoted many traditional in-person admissions activities online in response to the coronavirus pandemic—but virtual activities can be hard to get right. Explore our resource center for tools to help you make the most out of your virtual activities.
In response to COVID-19 budget woes, college and university leaders are considering widespread layoffs to remain solvent. Watch this short video to learn why that happens, and how you can secure sustainable cost savings that won’t jeopardize staff morale.
As most institutions transition to virtual orientation in response to COVID-19, students will turn to the orientation website even more frequently for updates. An engaging and student-friendly orientation website can help make students more excited for fall classes, while a confusing one may leave them questioning their college decision.
Use this toolkit with your team to evaluate your current communication strategy to promote physical distancing on campus and identify any holes or missing populations from your current strategy.
It can be a challenge to use financial aid strategically to achieve certain institutional goals. Read our Roadmap to discover how to maximize the allocation of financial aid at your college or university to improve access, headcount, tuition revenue, or student success.
In the Fall of 2019, under pressure from the Department of Justice, NACAC members voted to strike several important provisions from the organization’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practice (CEPP). This report offers enrollment leaders a guide to responding to the CEPP changes, in the form of ten recommendations.
In the age of price-sensitive online shoppers, college websites are the first resource for most applicants seeking financial aid information. Nevertheless, many financial aid webpages bury cost of attendance and scholarship opportunities deep in a series of clicks and financial aid jargon. Confused or frustrated, students may take their college search elsewhere as a result. Reclaim these lost students by tailoring web content to the way today’s college searchers are looking for affordability answers.