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Improving the Enrollment Process from Start to Finish
Community colleges are uniquely positioned to attract students as market demand spikes for jobs requiring associate’s degrees and vacancies among middle-skilled positions increase with retirements among boomers. Yet, while opportunity knocks, many institutions are not equipped to support the rapidly changing needs of the modern workforce. Community college administrators must proactively develop new programs based on market-trends and adapt old programs to include newly desirable workforce skills.
EAB researchers attempted to enroll at more than 150 community colleges across the company. Here’s the four most common mistakes we saw colleges make when onboarding new students.
Improve student outcomes for at-risk populations with 21 strategies to promote equitable opportunities.
As the community college landscape continues to evolve, leaders face a critical imperative: improve student outcomes for at-risk populations and close chronic gaps in achievement.
To win new enrollments, community colleges can use these strategies to recruit Generation Z students.
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