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Adult Learner Recruitment
- 33% total enrollment growth for a public university in the West
- 3x number of leads generated with EAB intent marketing on average
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This whitepaper details the market trends that make it difficult for certificate enrollments to take off and profiles six successful certificate programs.
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Learn three steps to meet growing employer demand by aligning program curricula with in-demand cybersecurity certification requirements.
As institutions reel from the impact of COVID-19, enrollment leaders face renewed pressure to recruit new and different audiences to offset expected declines in traditional undergraduate enrollment. Discover the six stages, and tactics, of an adult degree completer's journey to re-enrollment in this infographic.
We asked 3,800+ graduate and adult students about their program preferences. Here’s what they shared.
Earlier this year, our Adult Learner Recruitment team surveyed more than 3,800 current and prospective graduate students and adult learners to learn more about their motivations and expectations when evaluating program options.
As global conditions continue to fluctuate, so will the state of international lead generation. Regardless of the future, bolstering your domestic lead generation efforts for your online programs will help ensure that your enrollment numbers remain steady regardless of these global changes.
As the demographics of prospective graduate students and adult learners change, so do students’ application preferences and behaviors. To better understand how students are choosing which programs to apply to—and ensure our partners are equipped to meet their needs—our Adult Learner Recruitment team recently surveyed more than 3,800 prospective graduate, online, and adult students. Here’s what we learned.
Our Adult Learner Recruitment team recently surveyed more than 3,800 graduate and adult learners to learn more about the ways students are researching and exploring higher ed options. Here’s what we learned about how long students are spending researching programs—and the channels they are using to explore options.
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As the coronavirus crisis impacts professional job prospects and university enrollment targets, professional and adult education units must develop innovative and flexible programs which meet the evolving needs of the market, young alumni, and working professionals.