ASU President Michael Crow discusses systemic flaws in the higher education system and shares tips on how to drive change at your institution.
EAB Named a Top Workplace in Washington, DC and Richmond, VA.
Staffing shortages in critical student services, like the counseling center, lead to fewer student appointments, reduction in services for high-needs students, and result in higher attrition rates. EAB gathered industry experts for a panel discussion where they shared their thoughts on the state of the sector and the talent crisis. They agreed, winning with students requires winning with talent.
Experts discuss findings from a new EAB/NAGAP survey of over 1,200 graduate admissions leaders that shows nearly half are considering leaving their jobs.
Beyond the well-documented stressors that come from living and working through a global pandemic, what factors are driving the pressure graduate enrollment leaders face? And how might these stressors influence the future of graduate enrollment management? Here’s what our survey of 1,200+ practitioners tells us.
While higher education institutions have recently made major investments in DEIJ initiatives, these efforts often fail because they do not address underlying causes of specific equity gaps. Competing priorities among cabinet leaders and uncoordinated initiatives further exacerbate the problem. To help, we created the Institutional Strategy Index for DEIJ.
NAU President José Luis Cruz Rivera joins EAB’s Tom Sugar to discuss new approaches to fulfilling higher education’s promise of being an engine of economic and social mobility.
EAB’s latest report on our New College Freshman survey sheds light on the ways that Gen Z’s college search behavior has changed due to the pandemic.
Explore our infographic to learn about the future of the multi-modal campus and how seven spaces will change over the next decade due to trends in student expectations, hybrid work, and more.
Experts highlight findings from EAB’s latest survey of nearly 5,000 recent high school graduates, most of whom just finished their first year of college.