Content Type: Infographic
More institutions than ever hope to grow master’s degree enrollments. See our infographic to remain competitive in the evolving master’s degree market.
Attracting and enrolling best-fit students for your law school is challenging in part because every prospective student has unique motivations and timelines. Discover best practices and insights to help you more effectively recruit this diverse population of students.
Higher education finance leaders must prepare their institutions to effectively respond to external threats and market pressures. EAB has identified five characteristics—or hallmarks—of higher education’s most strategic finance functions.
It’s easy for academic leaders to feel overwhelmed by the volume of data that is increasingly available. Use our latest infographic for ways to connect your planning processes with APS data.
Do your students know when to submit their FAFSA form, or where to start when applying for financial aid? The process can be confusing for the entire family. But to make informed college decisions, it’s imperative that families know as soon as possible how much aid they’re eligible for. Share this infographic with school counselors, students, […]
EAB’s tactics to equip leaders to identify the design and construction interventions that will extend the life of institutional assets.
As budgets tighten and campus needs change, the role of the Senior Facilities Officer (SFO) is evolving—and expanding. Based on interviews with 100+ Facilities leaders, this infographic highlights the five responsibilities demanding more and more SFO time. It also maps these roles to resources available on eab.com.
A common feature of high-performing enrollment teams is the close attention they pay to the practice of their peers. Are they spending more than other schools to land their freshman class? Should they have a more direct line to their institution’s president? How do their counselors’ visit numbers compare? Questions such as these can have […]
This infographic offers an industry-wide perspective on the academic affairs concerns across institutions, even for topics that will not be a focus in the upcoming EAB research cycle.
Early-alert programs can prevent students from slipping through the cracks, but these programs are often uncoordinated and inefficient. We uncovered the five building blocks of successful early-alert programs and strategies to bridge the gaps.