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To help our partners recruit and serve their future adult learners, EAB surveyed more than 2,000 current and prospective adult, graduate, online, and professional students about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic and their enrollment plans.
Our researchers took a look at which master’s degree programs have the highest potential for growth online. Here’s what we learned.
Explore three simple recommendations for the commonly overlooked retention challenge of graduate student success.
While many campuses have bolstered mental health support and promotion broadly in recent years, graduate students have too often been overlooked. Studies have shown that graduate students are six times more likely than the general population to experience depression and anxiety—but graduate students are rarely the focus of our outreach efforts.
Podcast How to Improve Student Success at the Graduate Level Episode 64. July 27, 2021. Welcome to the Office Hours with EAB podcast. You can join the conversation on social media using #EABOfficeHours. Follow the podcast on Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud and Stitcher or visit our podcast homepage for additional episodes. EAB experts […]
Here are a few of the hurdles academic leaders often encounter when launching online programs and strategies you can use to improve your online programs and the program development process.
When thinking about launching certificate programs, here are three mistakes you’ll want to avoid.
Right now, graduate enrollments are the only part of the market growing consistently. But what are the best opportunities in your state or region?
When choosing a program students look to the “Golden Triangle” of features that matter most: affordability, flexibility, and time to completion. See the changes you can make help make your programs more marketable with respect to these key elements.
For many degree completers, the thing that made them re-enroll was a major shift in life circumstances: a catalytic life event. But can a nationwide crisis like COVID-19 become a shared catalyst for millions of potential degree completers?