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Watch the on-demand webinar on our YouTube channel. About the Webconference From movie watching habits to personal transportation, machine learning has started to impact everything we do. Even enrollment management teams have taken note and are implementing this technology in their day-to-day recruitment and engagement strategies. Watch the recording of EAB Expert Ian Watt and guest presenter Robert […]
Although applicant and admission pools have seen historic growth at schools nationwide, admission teams have not always grown at comparable rates. This gap has left many enrollment leaders struggling to remain responsive to admitted students and their parents. Learn innovative communication tactics to scale the challenge and increase yield.
This year’s yield season is likely to be tough. Making your class—or, in a really difficult market, just minimizing drops in headcount—will require exceptional focus and execution. See four strategies to boost yield in an uncertain enrollment season by improving communication with your admitted students.
See how colleges and universities are incorporating creative tactics into their enrollment strategy during the coronavirus crisis.
Take our diagnostic to determine whether your recruitment strategy is designed to help you achieve desired enrollment outcomes in an uncertain environment.
Just as enrollment teams were moving into “crunch time” to solidify their fall classes, COVID-19 struck. Read our expert insight for yield strategies enrollment leaders can use to convince admitted students to enroll, despite a global pandemic.
Many students are facing tough decisions about their academic futures due to the societal and economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. This video shares eight tactics to help higher ed enrollment teams mitigate summer melt and improve enrollment outcomes for both new and returning students.
Across the country, the yield rates of admitted students have been declining for most institutions for years, as students apply to larger numbers of colleges and competition among schools becomes ever-fiercer. Read our blog for 18 ideas for improved yield communications.