Content Type: Press Release
EAB’s Navigate Platform Now Supports Student Recruitment and Retention
EAB announced today an extension of its flagship student success technology, Navigate, to help colleges engage and enroll prospective students. The new Recruitment Management module enhances Navigate’s customer relationship management (CRM) capabilities and allows institutions to recruit and retain students with a single, unified platform.
Two New EAB Surveys Reveal Troubling Trends in Student Behavior
EAB’s “Student Behavior” survey was designed to provide current superintendents with data about the experiences, needs, and perspectives of their teachers, administrators, and staff. Read to review the findings.
EAB Named One of the Most Transformational Ed Tech Companies in the World
EAB, the leading provider of education research, technology, and marketing and enrollment solutions, has been named to the GSV EdTech150, a list that recognizes the world’s most transformational education technology companies.
EAB CEO David Felsenthal Named a Top 50 SaaS CEO of 2022
Felsenthal recognized for driving growth while staying true to education firm’s mission.
EAB Acquires Concourse Global￼
EAB Acquires Concourse Global and Expands Current Partnership to Help Thousands More Students Attend College
EAB Named a Top Workplace in Washington, DC and Richmond, VA
EAB Named a Top Workplace in Washington, DC and Richmond, VA.
Survey of 5k Gen Z Students Highlights DEI Impact of Test-Optional Admissions
A new survey by EAB of nearly 5,000 students who graduated from high school in 2021 shows that test-optional admissions policies have had significant DEI impacts on college application activity.
Three Additional HBCUs Join EAB’s “Way Forward Initiative” Powered by Bank of America
Tuskegee University, Harris-Stowe State University, and LeMoyne-Owen College join five other HBCUs already working with EAB and Bank of America to advance student and institutional success
U.S. School Superintendents: Handling Political Divisions Is Toughest Part of Job
Nearly half of superintendents are considering or planning to leave their jobs in the next two to three years, according to a new EAB survey.
To Compete in a Shrinking Market, Colleges Need Sophisticated Digital Recruiting Strategies
EAB presented a new white paper, “Recruiting in an Era of Channel Overload,” today at the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s annual conference.