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The impending demographic cliff is creating undergraduate enrollment challenges, especially for institutions in the northeast, where my university is located. One strategy to offset the expected revenue decline is growing graduate enrollment, and an institution’s existing undergraduate students are a fruitful market to target. By saving time and money, joint undergraduate and graduate degrees are an attractive way to keep strong students on campus for an additional year.
For many enrollment leaders, recruiting adult degree completers has been a difficult nut to crack. Learn three strategies to increase enrollment of adults considering finishing their degree.
For colleges that find their headcount up while overall enrollment is down, here are three strategies that could generate a last-minute enrollment boost.
See how EAB's Navigate technology is supporting the unique goals of your community college students.
The toolkit outlines 15 minimal-effort, high-impact practices for introducing Navigate on campus, promoting Navigate via email, and encouraging campus constituents through traditional mass communication methods.
The vice provost at Georgia State University shares how the Student Success Collaborative helped them translate data into actionable items. Find out how the university has significantly narrowed the achievement gap by focusing advising resources on students in the ""Murky Middle.""
Since it emerged as a priority in the middle of the 20th century, student success has changed a great deal. This infographic charts six "eras" of student success theory and response to help student success leaders plan their responses to tomorrow's challenges.
Complex student populations and limited advisor capacity make improving outcomes a challenge. This infographic outlines four key elements of a population health management approach to student success, including strategies you can implement today to begin the shift toward population-based student support.
This infographic profiles different campus segments to determine where schools should focus their efforts.
GSU saw an opportunity to target resources through structured, data-driven interventions such as class redesign, supplemental instruction, first-year learning communities, and retention grants. In 2012, GSU partnered with EAB and extended this data-driven approach to academic tutoring