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COE leaders and staff need a more realistic understanding of this group’s subpopulations and their motivations.
Universities and colleges often encounter challenges when trying to make inroads in rural communities and connect with prospective students. We've outlined three problems—and solutions—for college and university enrollment teams wanting to recruit more rural students.
Providing excellent support to part-time students starts with understanding their experience.
Everyone is feeling the impact of the pandemic – its disruption to everyday life, isolating social restrictions, and the stress of a widespread threat to public health – as well as the economic fallout of a closed economy. However, like so many natural disasters and economic events, the impact is felt much more heavily by certain racial and socioeconomic groups.
Enrollment leaders often face challenges when aiming to reach and connect with rural students. Here's your guide to tried and tested recruitment strategies from EAB research.
College and university webpages are often filled with higher education terms that are inaccessible to first-generation students. Discover tools to reduce higher ed jargon and simplify messages.
As we approach the dawn of a new decade, higher education is entering perhaps the most volatile and uncertain environment any of us have seen in our careers. Read on to understand the challenge and learn what you can do to respond.
We know that Gen Z students want authenticity in their social media connections, including interactions with potential colleges. We've tested new functions within both Snapchat and Instagram intended to cultivate that type of experience. Explore our findings.
We identified two tactics colleges and universities can use to start or augment their rural student strategy without investing significant resources.
To identify rural students with the skills to succeed in higher education, enrollment leaders should to consider Career and Technical Student Organizations.