Thank you for participating in EAB’s Financial Performance Collaborative.
You now have the opportunity to register for up to three modules of the Financial Performance Collaborative, based on your institutional priorities and team capacity across the next three months. As a reminder, each module will require an Implementation Leader (IL). Sessions are best suited for Chief Business Officers and Provosts.
Please join us this fall for EAB IGNITED where we will bring together Presidents, Provosts, Chief Business Officers, and Heads of Strategy in closed-door, role specific groups followed by cross-cabinet working sessions with peers from other institutions. EAB will lead you and your peers through a series of case profiles and interactive workshops designed to activate learning around our latest organizational effectiveness research and the ramifications for the Higher Ed landscape.
Employment websites serve as a gateway to the application and hiring process at your institution. And given heightened competition for talent, especially with out-of-sector organizations, it is more critical than ever to proactively articulate why applicants should choose your institution over other employers.
Access the on-demand materials from our EAB IgnitED sessions, which bring together provosts, chief business officers, and chiefs of strategy for closed-door discussions and cross-cabinet working groups.
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.
Retaining students is more than a financial question—it’s an ethical one. Retaining our first-year students means we make good on the promise of admission: that not only will we invite you to join our institution, we’ll provide support to ensure you can be successful. Faculty’s communication and relationships with students are key in getting students to stay and succeed in college.
Data supports that a number of students who transition from high school to college struggle in STEM fields. Paired with the financial cost of repeated courses, the emotional cost to struggling students, their families, and the faculty cognizant of these struggles tarnishes a student’s positive experiences pertaining to higher education. Universities should take an approach to meet students where they are at when they are accepted.
Helping college and university presidents navigate this increasingly challenging environment of higher education through tailored support, strategic research, and opportunities for off-the-record discussion with peers.
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