Content Type: Resource Center
As competitive boundaries shift and student preferences evolve, the traditional model of higher ed strategic planning that results in a static, “sits on the shelf” document every five years is no longer sufficient. EAB’s resource center identifies eight strategic competencies that every leadership team must develop to overcome the pitfalls of periodic, stakeholder-driven planning cycles.
Explore EAB’s latest research on the modern student experience and see how your student supports can evolve to meet the needs and expectations of today.
Shape your future enrollment growth strategy with research that uncovers hidden risks and opportunities and sheds light on changing dynamics of competition.
Discover a curated list of resources from EAB experts to guide your diversity, equity, inclusion, and justice initiatives on campus.
Teacher morale is at an all-time low, causing disruptions in pandemic recovery initiatives, teacher absenteeism, and decreased quality in instruction. But low teacher morale—even during challenging times—isn’t inevitable. EAB has uncovered outlier organizations across industries that dramatically improved employee morale despite challenging circumstances.
See EAB’s top resources for addressing the challenges and alleviating the pain points common to remote work.
Explore EAB’s resource hub for Transfer Portal partners. View upcoming and past events, take the transfer maturity assessment, and browse our library of strategic resources and transfer insights.
EAB hosted CONNECTED, our student success conference, virtually for the second time due to the ongoing pandemic. EAB brought together thousands of the country’s most progressive and passionate student success leaders who utilize either Navigate or Starfish technologies. Explore the sessions and materials from the event to keep the conversation going with your colleagues.
The post-admit phase is widely recognized by college and university enrollment teams as the highest-stakes part of the recruitment funnel. This resource center brings together a variety of EAB resources offering practical advice on how you can ensure that the largest possible number of your admitted students are depositing and enrolling.
Use this resource center to find research and best practices that will help campus leaders understand and improve five key components of student belonging.