Product Line: Enrollment Services
When assessing how well or how poorly your school’s website might be serving college-bound students, it’s helpful to consider these three priorities.
Discover what enrollment strategy teams should consider in response to the increased competition given the recent NACAC vote in September 2019 in this infographic.
In the Fall of 2019, under pressure from the Department of Justice, NACAC members voted to strike several important provisions from the organization’s Code of Ethics and Professional Practice (CEPP). This report offers enrollment leaders a guide to responding to the CEPP changes, in the form of ten recommendations.
We surveyed enrollment leaders at 159 colleges and universities about how they intend to respond to the NACAC CEPP guideline changes. See what they shared.
Learn about the steps that EAB, in partnership with the National Student Clearinghouse, is taking to help its partner colleges and universities rise to the challenge.
See important trends from a nationwide survey of enrollment eaders including operations, staffing, organizational structures, and budget allocation.
To help our partner colleges and universities better understand this complicated landscape, EAB Enrollment Services recently surveyed over 9,000 high school students about their communication preferences and behaviors. As the white paper explains, their responses reveal clear trends and opportunities for improving student engagement.
In this enrollment environment, leaders need real-time visibility into competitive market dynamics and shifting student trends. Fueled by the industry’s largest data asset — built from 1.5+ billion student interactions — our Enrollment Services offering combines smart recruitment marketing and prescriptive analytics with strategic support to help colleges fulfill their enrollment mission.
In an era where student demographics, behaviors, and even levels of participation in education are fluctuating, it’s harder than ever before to find, engage, and enroll your best-fit students.
Prioritization when planning your college or university’s financial aid allocation strategy is essential to achieving results. Here are four categories of questions you team should consider when evaluating priorities and tradeoffs.