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As fundraisers in higher education move into FY21 with new strategies for a landscape still grappling with COVID, EAB Advancement Marketing Services (AMS) gathered data across our institutional partners to quantify what effect the current crisis had on the final quarter of FY20.
The partnership strengthens EAB’s ability to help colleges assess and report on enrollment performance.
Challenges from the COVID-19 crisis and subsequent economic turmoil have threatened enrollment and retention at independent schools across the country. Schools everywhere face uncertainty about whether families will re-enroll amid increasing financial strain and historic unemployment rates. To be able to conduct scenario planning amid this uncertainty, independent schools should use employment data to more accurately project enrollment trends in the months ahead.
Join us for a reprisal of one of our most popular 2019 APS Summit breakout sessions. Watch this on-demand webconference for a look at the APS Program Analytics feature and learn how the new program-level data can support program portfolio management and annual department health check-ups.
Without access to timely, relevant data, schools have to take their best guess at both what’s happening with individual students and what’s occurring in their student populations at large.
This case study explores how SSC member, Georgia State University, increased graduation rates and reduced time-to-degree by innovating the academic advising experience.
This video outlines how to create a quick and efficient data governance decision process.
Learn more about the most common data challenges higher ed institutions are facing and four key principles to guide data quality initiatives at any institution.
This study provides 13 tactics to help IT leaders improve the usability of analytical resources and provide campus members with the skills and support to make data-informed decisions.
As the CIO's office increasingly strives to connect data across campus, many find their efforts fall short due to expensive, unsuccessful integrated networks. To ensure consistent interoperability, CIOs can learn from a common health care practice, which uses liquid data to create a common data structure centered on patient information.