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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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Distinct from first-time students, continuing education units need to develop outcomes-focused recruitment messages for adult learner recruitment.
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See four important lessons learned from helping 100+ schools recruit students to their graduate, online, and undergraduate degree completion programs.
Impressions. CTR. Conversions. Sometimes marketing jargon can feel like another language. This was top of mind for me as I pored over the results of our recent survey of deans. Over half of these deans told us they anticipate marketing will become more decentralized in the next two to three years. If deans expect to […]
Read our Q&A with a strategic enrollment planning expert for insights on designing successful graduate, online, and certificate programs for adult learners.
Finding and enrolling right-fit students for your graduate and online programs is challenging in part because every adult learner has unique motivations, expectations, and timelines. Learn more about their unique journeys through this infographic.
Institutional leaders need to consider staffing models, both in specialization and capacity, to determine if adult and professional education efforts can grow. Staff roles and resources outlined below correlate to COE units achieving $40M+ in revenue; though exact structures vary significantly across institutions, these functions remain crucial to financial success.
See how an intent marketing approach generated three times the number of leads for graduate, online, certificate, and undergraduate degree completion programs compared to typical campaigns and saw a 30% average increase in campaign response rate.
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In part one of "Recruiting the Silent Funnel," we explore ways to compel prospects to self-identify earlier and prevent stalled application.