Join product experts from the EAB Partner Support Team and fellow App Admins and Content Admins to talk through platform questions and hear from your peers.
Join our sessions for a deep dive into the barriers to adult completer enrollment, program design elements that resonate with this student population, and time to workshop your current or proposed programs with EAB experts and peers.
The goal of this roundtable is to assist student affairs leaders in thinking strategically about emerging trends, areas for investment, and a longer-term campus mental health strategy.
As campus leaders begin planning for a post-pandemic world, many are embracing more permanent flexible work arrangements, especially for administrative and professional services staff.
The goal of this roundtable is to provide actionable advice that academic leaders can take to improve the way they promote and support student well-being.
College and university leaders have set their fundraising ambitions sky-high. Yet many overlook critical constraints on performance. Their advancement goals often conflict with the realities of what their prospect bases can sustain, what their teams can achieve given staffing and budget levels, and what their visions for philanthropy’s impact on campus can inspire.
CIOs are all-too-familiar with the rapidly escalating threat landscape in higher education. The pandemic brought on a rise in cyberattacks, leading to halted operations, leaked personal data, and multi-million-dollar losses.
Calls on US and Canadian institutions to address their historical ties to racial discrimination and oppression have intensified across 2020 and 2021. However, many college and university leaders often find their actions constrained to symbolic efforts that fail to address underlying context and ultimately contribute to repeated cycles of frustration and flashpoints on campus.
Join product experts from EAB’s Partner Support Team and fellow Transfer Portal App Admins to discuss platform questions and hear from your peers.
Financial factors have always been a key component in students’ initial college choice and likelihood of success While many students were already facing significant financial burdens prior to the pandemic,
Stackable certificates, microcredentials, and MOOCs 2.0—among a plethora of alternative offerings—are evolving quickly, engaging a growing share of post-baccalaureate learners. Continuing education leaders are concerned that traditional approaches to alternative degrees are being disrupted, potentially replaced altogether.
The COVID-19 pandemic has stretched Facilities and Estates organizations to the limit, creating new challenges and exacerbating existing ones. Leaders are therefore rethinking how to manage the physical campus, creating change and driving innovation.