Content Type: Blogs
As you are considering the future of legal education and potentially, the role of online law programs in your portfolio, here are a few strategies two of our (anonymized) partner law schools are implementing to reach their online program goals.
3 takeaways for reaching today’s high school students: Key insights from the 2022 Naviance student survey
Our partners at PowerSchool conduct an annual student survey within Naviance – the leading college, career, and life readiness platform – to learn more about how the college-search process is evolving.
Like other adult learner populations, our research shows that military students are more likely to prioritize shorter completion times and alignment to their post-service career when choosing a program.
With the FAFSA set for some substantial changes in the 2024-2025 academic year, t’s not too early to think about how this will impact your perspective students and subsequently, your communication and financial aid strategy.
Community college staff members are taking on larger workloads as enrollments continue to dip. Innovating on how to attract and retain talent is critical for stabilizing student support. This post explores community college staffing trends and offers three ways to attract and retain staff.
From tracking student success metrics to operational efficiency, data and analytics provide colleges and universities crucial information in this period of enhanced scrutiny. This blog post discusses 3 elements of tech infrastructure necessary for a data-informed campus.
While we know that only about 10 to 15% of this population will go back to school, adult degree completers remain an important audience for institutions.
Everyone has a role to play in supporting college students’ mental health. Beyond the counseling center, faculty and staff can also have an impact, but it’s crucial to define their roles and provide the right resources at the right time. This post details 4 ways to improve mental health support on your campus.
There are many ways enrollment leaders can leverage the power of their CRM for recruitment communications. Modern CRMs are immensely dynamic, and they offer a plethora of opportunities to streamline processes and automate communication where appropriate. But deciding when and how to leverage your CRM is not always a straightforward proposition.
Blogs 5 Tips to Reach, Engage, and Enroll a More Diverse Graduate Student Body While Black student enrollment in graduate programs increased in recent years, many enrollment leaders are rightfully concerned about the longevity and sustainability of this trend. And even with this increase, only 11% of graduate students identified as Black in 2020. Declining […]