Content Type: White Paper
In this white paper, learn how financial aid strategies like bursar hold forgiveness and emergency grants can eliminate financial stress for your students.
To build principal gift programs, best practice institutions identified two ways to reimagine their development office staffing in our white paper.
There are various barriers to adolescent mental health support at schools. This resource covers a handful of innovative districts have developed replicable and scalable practices that hurdle these obstacles.
As competition for sponsored research projects continues to grow, leadership has become an increasingly significant factor in team success. Uncover the six initial steps chief research officers should take to launch a research faculty leadership and development program.
In the Fall of 2019, under pressure from the Department of Justice, NACAC members voted to strike several important provisions from the organization’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practice (CEPP). This report offers enrollment leaders a guide to responding to the CEPP changes, in the form of ten recommendations.
A proliferation of college access programs fails to combat under-enrollment of underrepresented minority and low-income students. Discover how colleges and universities can increase the college-going rate of underrepresented populations through pipeline improvement efforts.
This executive brief—written for CIOs, project management directors, and IT governance participants—profiles tactics that make IT project prioritization decisions faster, fairer, and better aligned to institutional strategic needs.
This executive brief—written for CIOs, project management directors, and IT governance participants—details strategies to improve project management’s ability to gain control over chaotic project backlogs, develop a standardized project request process, cost-effectively filter project requests for further development, and shape customer project demand.
To help our partner colleges and universities better understand this complicated landscape, EAB Enrollment Services recently surveyed over 9,000 high school students about their communication preferences and behaviors. As the white paper explains, their responses reveal clear trends and opportunities for improving student engagement.
Design a scorecard with a clear and impactful layout, then effectively deploy to the rest of campus.