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NACAC CEO Dr. Angel Pérez joins EAB’s Madeleine Rhyneer to discuss findings from a new NACAC/NASFAA report, “Toward a More Equitable Future for Postsecondary Access.”
College-bound students are using an expanding range of channels to research and engage with schools they’re considering. Our infographic outlines how colleges can optimize their student-recruitment channels to move students through the enrollment funnel with minimal redundancy.
See strategies implemented at these top 10 transfer-friendly schools to help enhance your transfer process and increase your transfer student admissions.
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.
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.
Watch the on-demand webinar on our YouTube channel. About the Webconference After decades of research into how to predict student success based on pre-enrollment data, even the most sophisticated models offer limited value in admissions. Statistical analysis of traditional success indicators like high school GPA, class rank, and standardized tests can be a useful part […]
Hear directly from our clients the impact Enrollment Services is having on their campuses.
When Jamal Encalade applied to Spring Hill College, his life changed forever. He completed their custom application, designed to find students with exceptional leadership abilities, and may have otherwise been overlooked due to his lower GPA. Read Jamal's story.
Targeting and penetrating a new enrollment market is a high-dollar, high-stakes decision. Modern enrollment offices must rely on accurate predictive models and proven best practices, not hunches to find new students.
Less than 30% of admissions officers reported searching for prospective students on social media this year.