Attendees will gain critical insight into how the pandemic has affected current and future student populations as well as best practice recommendations.
This session considers how far and how fast higher education might evolve in the next decade—and how to rethink strategy and planning in response.
CIOs are troubleshooting across campus, and they need faster intel on what institutional leaders need and how other IT leaders are responding. That’s why EAB is convening CIOs on a bi-weekly basis for our ITF Fall Term Troubleshooting Sessions, which will focus on a different and urgent topic that is top of mind for CIOs.
Join fellow enrollment leaders for networking and meaningful dialogue interspersed with information and insights shared by EAB experts.
Join us at this event to learn about donor expectations and pipeline development. The meeting will also dive deep into how advancement’s response to the coronavirus crisis could change the face of the industry for years to come.
Discuss how countercyclical effects and other socioeconomic impacts of the pandemic will shape the new blueprint for graduate growth.
CTO’s will meet to discuss surface security threats, cybersecurity strategy, tactics on COID-era end user education and maintaining cybersecurity hygiene.
Discuss graduate certificate enrollment trends and competition. Get insight into the market realities and challenges of launching certificate programs.
Use EAB’s new Financial Aid Optimization tool to look at year-over-year financial aid data and whether your approach is helping to meet enrollment goals.
Learn how to enhance your budget process, examine effective cost cutting approaches, and explore promising approaches to generate alternative revenue.
This session is intended for you to think strategically about next fall’s course schedule and work alongside your APS Collaborative peers to explore your data and uncover concrete course recommendations to inform your Fall 2021 planning.
This webinar explores the numerous pressures influencing institutions’ approaches to campus safety and police – and reforms or changes to consider.