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Experts discuss institutional changes community colleges need to make to reverse enrollment declines and serve their communities more fully.
As we turn our eyes towards 2021, here are four things community college leaders must keep top-of-mind to serve students.
Today’s guests discuss reasons for the recent drop in community college enrollment and explore innovations happening across the two-year space.
Many community college leaders’ worst enrollment fears were realized this Fall, as the sector experienced widespread declines. EAB addressed this and more in a series of working groups with over 60 participants, discussing how to adapt Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) efforts to meet this new challenge.
Many community colleges are concerned about how COVID-19 has destabilized their enrollment outlook. Learn about getting a one-on-one consultation with an EAB enrollment expert who will evaluate your college’s enrollment situation and provide resources to pursue key prospect markets.
In order to achieve financial sustainability, community colleges must evaluate external and future influences,craft enrollment strategy that articulates institutional priorities, and allocate specific resources to strategies that achieve enrollment goals.
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Attendees will gain critical insight into how the pandemic has affected current and future student populations as well as best practice recommendations.
Community and technical colleges have distinct enrollment opportunities that help them attain a new position in the future of higher ed.
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