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Every Interaction Counts: Strengthening Community College Recruitment Communications Amid the Great Opt-Out
This paper will share strategies for better capturing, communicating with, and enrolling prospective community college students.
North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC)'s CIO, knew that to improve access to enrollment data, his institution needed to modernize its approach to data infrastructure in a cost-effective, customized fashion.
Reporting and compliance tasks are critical, but their time-intensive nature can bog data teams down. Read this post to learn 3 ways to simplify the reporting process for your community college—freeing up your teams’ time for more strategic initiatives.
Community colleges are facing steeper pandemic-era enrollment drops than any other higher education segment. Learn 3 ways community colleges can invest their resources to enroll more students and retain the students they have.
Without general receptiveness to change, higher ed leaders are fighting an uphill battle to reap true transformation. Discover the most common cognitive biases that derail college leaders’ discussions, and decisions, and ultimately sabotage their strategy.
Prospective Latine/x college students in the U.S. are the most likely to choose community college as their first step when pursuing a higher education. But they're also more likely to face certain barriers to enrollment and retention. In this blog, we share 5 ways community colleges can recruit and enroll Latine/x students.
Strengthening the Talent Pipeline at Community Colleges: Strategies to Bolster Both Recruitment and Retention
As competition for talent within and beyond the higher education industry intensifies, community colleges are facing a bigger and more well-resourced competitive set than ever before. This session is limited to Chief Business Officers and Chiefs of Staff.
Most strategic plans fail to meaningfully inflect strategy (making clear choices to achieve discrete goals) nor enmesh planning into every day financial and operational practices on campus in light of the lofty aspirations articulated. Dynamic Strategy incorporates rigorous external market scanning, design thinking aimed at the true preferences of students, faculty, staff, donors, and funders, prioritization discipline to narrow goal-setting focus, budgetary support of key initiatives, and ongoing measurement and evaluation around objectives.
Community college staff members are taking on larger workloads as enrollments continue to dip. Innovating on how to attract and retain talent is critical for stabilizing student support. This post explores community college staffing trends and offers three ways to attract and retain staff.
Watch the video to hear Dr. Lloyd’s motivation for pursuing new approaches to student success and how his team partners with EAB to achieve WMCC’s goals.