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Campus 2030: Innovations in Research Laboratory Design

Join EAB’s research expert Jon Barnhart as he discusses the most important design and governance innovations institutions can invest in labs now—and what he predicts will grow in importance over the years to come. This session is best suited for Chief Business Officers, Senior Facilities Officers, Chiefs of Staff, and Chief Research Officers.

Campus 2030: Investing in Student-Centric Spaces to Elevate the Campus Experience

In this session, EAB will unpack how universities are responding to these growing student expectations to improve the student experience on campus across three space types: food and dining halls, residential facilities, and health and wellness centers. This session is best suited for Chief Business Officers, Senior Facilities Officers, Chiefs of Staff, Vice President, Student Affairs, and other student-centric leaders.

Research and Services

Unlock New Ways to Engage the Prospective Athlete

Athletic departments are turning to new digital tools to scale their recruitment effort. A high-quality virtual tour provides an alternative way to engage prospective athletes.

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Overcoming Historical and Systemic Barriers to Institutional Racism

Becoming an anti-racist institution involves conscious, active, and ongoing effort. In this webinar, participants will learn about the anti-racist behaviors and actions that span across unit and function to transform the experiences of ethnic and diverse populations on campus.

Gen Z’s Evolving Enrollment Journey

This report explores five lessons on Gen Z’s evolving journey based EAB’s latest student survey and behavioral data.

Enrollment strategy for a test-optional era

This white paper examines the main challenges associated with test-optional admissions and offers guidance to enrollment leaders on how to address those challenges.

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Transfer students are key to recovering lost pandemic enrollment. Here are three ways you can improve transfer access.

Transfer students can help offset the effects of the enrollment contraction most colleges and universities have experienced during the pandemic. This blog outlines recent transfer trends in higher education and offers three ways to improve transfer access.

Supporting transfer student enrollment and completion goals

Higher education across the nation is facing detrimental declines in student enrollment, challenging our institution’s leaders to be more innovative, more strategic, more empathetic to the needs of students, and more flexible as the “traditional” state of in-person and residential campuses shift to meet today’s students. A large portion of today’s average student body comprises transfer students and these transfer students come with unique needs and expectations—ones that demand our institutions to be better equipped to support enrollment and completion of goals of these students.

Transfer Portal Intensive Limited Series: On-Demand Materials

This series provides attendees with an in-depth look into the seven best practice areas that make up EAB’s Transfer Maturity Curve.

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