Institution Type: Colleges and Universities
We know that graduate students often enroll to gain the skills and knowledge necessary for bigger and better professional opportunities. But which skills do employers seek most frequently, and which mater’s programs offer top skills to students?
This study explores how the University of Alabama brings Black families together to share resources and community.
Experts discuss the extent of faculty burnout, the impact on students and institutions, and strategies for creating a work culture that prioritizes wellbeing.
This white paper summarizes findings from EAB’s 2021 survey of high school counselors.
The 4 biggest challenges facing graduate and adult education programs, according to presidents and provosts
We recently surveyed university presidents, provosts, and VPEMs to quantify the challenges institutions face in growing enrollment in graduate and adult-serving programs. Here are the top four challenges university leaders identified.
Our LGBTQ students’ lives and well-being are at risk—here are 5 things campus leaders can do to help
Efforts to boost student retention are more critical than ever as overall enrollment numbers decline. If you are not actively supporting and engaging your LGBTQ students, those students are much less likely to stick around.
Use this checklist to assess your institution’s current job descriptions and identify opportunities to increase the number of qualified applicants by increasing accessibility, adjusting requirements to welcome a broader array of qualified candidates, and articulating the value proposition of the workplace.
We identified three main ways higher ed job descriptions fall short compared to out-of-sector competitors.
700,000 incarcerated students will be Pell-eligible in 2023. Here’s what that could mean for your institution
Online students and other non-traditional audiences are increasingly an area of focus for institutions nationwide. But there is one large group of non-traditional students that’s been previously excluded: incarcerated students.
Avoid this email strategy to improve your deliverability: Insight from our enrollment analytics team
Email deliverability is far from the most glamorous part of marketing, but if your audience never sees your communications, all your hard work is for naught.