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In the 2023 Advancement Forum Roundtable series, the EAB research team will engage chief advancement officers and other advancement leaders in a series of sessions designed to advance strategic decision-making around the key priorities determining success—or failure—in today’s advancement landscape. Sessions are limited to Chief Advancement Officer, VP of Advancement, VP of Development and Alumni Relations, VC of Advancement, VC of Development and Alumni Relations, and President of the foundation.
This report outlines seven tactics for IT departments to develop the most effective student employment programs as possible.
With dire predictions for fall freshmen enrollments making headlines, colleges and universities are bracing for the financial shock to come. While many are hopeful that even a partial reopening of campuses in the fall will avert worst-case revenue scenarios, they still face a fiercely competitive domestic enrollment market.
Access materials from our Advancement Professional Development Series, a three-part series that educates leaders and their staff about best practices and innovative solutions to their top challenges.
Many advancement teams have a long way to go when it comes to diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI). Read our insight to learn how colleges and universities can diversify their advancement shops by attracting, hiring, and onboarding employees with transferable skills.
While most gift officers transitioned fairly seamlessly into virtual visits—and many extended their reach to prospects they otherwise wouldn’t have been able to see—advancement leaders are nevertheless bracing for this virtual cultivation to fail to translate into proposals across the next year.
Learn how one institution bolstered interest and grew enrollment after realigning their list sources with EAB's audience generation strategy.
Even as the market rebounded across the Fall, advancement’s steep performance drop continued. Calendar-year-end brought no reprieve, as most institutions saw big declines in dollars, donors, submitted proposals, and new major gifts. And more than one in four advancement teams saw fundraising revenues decline by more than 30%.