Learn how community colleges can assess potential student segments to determine the ROI of enrollment efforts.
To shed more light onto the barriers students who have experienced homelessness face, EAB hosted a panel of Unconquered Scholars at our recent national student success summit, CONNECTED19, in November. See what these students shared—and learn how you can best support them.
Hear Rollins College’s Mamta Accapadi discuss how she trusts EAB’s researchers to provide insights about trends in student affairs, letting her focus on serving her campus community.
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Discover how community colleges can identify viable program launch opportunities for career and technical education and plan for the cost of new programs.
Just five years ago, the idea of “influencer marketing” was a fringe concept. But today, it is more than a trend—it is a valuable way that brands across industries have increased social engagement online and earned new followers, leads, and customers.
"As the artificial intelligence revolution transforms what work will look like in the future, community college leaders must take the lead in reskilling our workforce," according to an EAB Community College Executive Forum blog post.
The final session will support deans in finding critical metrics that can be used when evaluating faculty line requests, such as relative growth of the department and how well current resources are utilized.
Ask any college or university what they’re doing to create the student experience of tomorrow, and they will rattle off the same experiential or high-impact practices: active learning, internships, undergraduate research, service learning, and the like. In the near term, higher ed leaders are focused on scaling these efforts to improve learning, persistence, and career […]
Fairness of admissions criteria has been grabbing headlines lately. But a new report by the National Association for College Admission Counseling reveals what colleges really care about when deciding whether to admit students.