Adult Degree Completion: Market Realities in a COVID Era

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Adult Degree Completion: Market Realities in a COVID Era

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Join Us for an Upcoming Event

This event covers the third topic in our New Blueprint for Growth Series: The Future of Adult and Graduate Education. To register for any of the other topics, visit the event page for the Master’s Market Session or Certificates Market Session.

As unemployment soars, many universities are looking to adult degree completion as a path to enrollment growth. But the vast majority of the 36 million U.S. college stop-outs will never return to complete a degree. And when they do return, most degree completion students choose 2-year or online universities for their fast and flexible options that help students balance college with work and family. To help guide enrollment strategy, EAB re-sized and segmented the adult degree completion market to understand student attendance patterns and degree choices, and the realities of competing in this challenging market.

Sessions

Join your provost and chief business officers peers, alongside EAB experts, for the discussion and learn about which adult degree completion students are most likely to reenroll, and why.

Use the drop-down in the banner above to register for one of the sessions. These sessions are best suited for Provosts and Chief Business Officers. Registration for each session is limited to two attendees per institution.

  • Monday, December 7
    1:00 p.m. – 2:30 p.m.
    Eastern Time
  • Thursday, December 17
    10:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m.
    Eastern Time
    • For UK and European partners, please note the session is scheduled at 15:00 Greenwich Mean Time or 17:00 Eastern European Time.

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