Experts share staff recruiting and retention strategies, as well as steps that enrollment leaders can take to streamline workloads and support team members more effectively.
Leaders from EAB and Concourse Global discuss the expansion of Greenlight Match, a program that provides offers of admission and financial aid to underserved students.
EAB’s Carla Hickman turns the tables on Inside Higher Ed’s Scott Jaschik in an interview that touches on the most important news stories impacting higher education today.
Learn what’s working and what isn’t in efforts to help Black and Latino men persist and succeed at community colleges.
Experts share findings from a new survey that shows why treating parent engagement as an afterthought in your recruiting strategy is a huge mistake.
Experts offer a brief tutorial on how to organize, access, and extract useful insights from data trapped in your disparate campus IT systems.
Joel Spiess explains how the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee uses retention grants to close equity gaps and offers tips on how other institutions can establish similar programs.
Guests discuss how to fix the two most common bottlenecks limiting the growth of your nursing programs.
Experts offer practical tips on ways to make your institution more transfer friendly.
Leaders from the University of Montana join EAB’s Pavani Reddy to discuss a collaborative effort underway to “free the data” needed to help more Native American students succeed.
Experts discuss what colleges should be doing differently to retain and attract employees in today’s tight labor market.
Two California community college administrators discuss what is missing from anti-racism and equity conversation
s and share ways that college leaders can affirm and authentically support black student success.
ASU President Michael Crow discusses systemic flaws in the higher education system and shares tips on how to drive change at your institution.
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.
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.
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.
Over 93% of institutions use early alert systems to boost student success. Carthage College’s Executive Director for Student Success, Melissa Burwell, shares what her team has learned by analyzing data on how different student populations react and respond, or not, to different types of alerts.
Experts examine reasons behind the explosive but uneven enrollment growth in the graduate degree market over the past two years.
Top executive search consultants share strategies for determining whether your next leader should be promoted from within or recruited from outside your institution.
Under Secretary of Education James Kvaal shares his thoughts on student debt relief, free community college programs, the role of HBCUs, and much more.
Guests share findings from EAB’s newest “State of the Higher Ed Sector” research and offer tips on how to compete effectively by taking advantage of your institutional strengths.
Experts highlight better ways to support student-parents and explain why it isn’t just the right thing to do, it also makes perfect business sense for colleges.
EAB’s Carla Hickman turns the tables on
Inside Higher Ed’s Scott Jaschik in an interview that touches on the most important news stories impacting higher education today.
UMBC President, author, and civil rights leader Freeman Hrabowski talks about his extraordinary life and career in higher education.
Dr. Robert Alexander, Dean of Admissions at the University of Rochester, shares ways to retain, support, and motivate staff at a time when employees everywhere are looking for greener pastures.
EAB experts discuss results from a new poll of student success leaders that shows a surprising surge in their willingness to embrace data-informed decision-making.
Experts discuss ways that the role of Chief Diversity Officer is changing and explore broader DEI initiatives that have to be prioritized within our institutions.
Experts share tips on how to reconfigure your facilities and technology to create the multi-modal campus that both students and staff prefer.
Grow with Google head Lisa Gevelber joins EAB’s Sally Amoruso to discuss innovative ways to bundle alternative credentials into traditional college curricula.
NACAC CEO Dr. Angel Pérez joins EAB’s Madeleine Rhyneer to discuss findings from a new NACAC/NASFAA report, “Toward a More Equitable Future for Postsecondary Access.”
EAB experts discuss why early alert systems and traditional approaches to student advising sometimes fail to connect with students of color.
EAB experts discuss the extent to which K12 learning disruptions are forcing higher ed institutions to re-evaluate their notion of college readiness.
Experts share strategies on ways to engage constructively with student activists and navigate difficult conversations with donors who may disagree with institutional changes.
EAB experts demystify financial aid optimization, a discipline that is essential to a school’s ability to enroll and support a mix of students from different backgrounds while still generating enough revenue to fulfill their mission.
Experts reveal five data-informed strategies to focus yield efforts where they will have the greatest impact and help admitted student engage with your campus community.
Experts discuss ways to manage and reverse the impact of isolation, disengagement, depression, and other pandemic effects on student persistence.
Experts share tips on how to work with disparate campus stakeholders to develop and execute a cohesive strategic enrollment management program.
The President of Rowan University discusses how 3+1 programs are lowering college costs for students while still driving growth at Rowan and surrounding community colleges.
EAB experts join front-line staff at the institutions that have signed on to the Moon Shot for Equity project, to update us on their progress and share insights on the day-to-day work of eliminating equity gaps.
President Dr. Benoit-Antoine Bacon of Carleton University in Canada and Dr. Carol Henderson of Emory University join us for a discussion on ways to acknowledge and address your institution’s historical ties to slavery and racial oppression.
The Director of the African American Male Initiative at NC Central U. discusses an approach to student success that’s showing great promise.
CSU President Joyce McConnell shares her journey to creating one of the most diverse cabinets in higher education.
EAB experts examine how universities are reimagining campus work spaces to save money and boost employee morale.
Experts share what they’ve learned by doing the hard work required to close equity gaps in higher education.
Experts examine higher ed cost pressures and possible sources of revenue growth as institutions work to achieve financial sustainability.
Experts discuss the struggle to operationalize test-optional admissions policies and articulate those policies to prospective students and families.
IT experts share tips on ways to help university leaders understand how technology investments will help them make better, data-informed strategy decisions.
EAB experts share key findings from our latest survey of adult, graduate, and professional students.
SNHU President Dr. Paul LeBlanc outlines a host of changes institutions should make to allow students to access and demonstrate mastery of their coursework on their own terms and timelines.
Saint Leo President Jeffrey Senese offers a glimpse inside his school’s acquisition of Marymount California University and shares his philosophy on higher education leadership.
Experts explain how to build the right mix of data sources and engagement platforms to identify, learn about, and move prospective students through the recruiting funnel.
Guests discuss ways that legal education and the patchwork of state licensing requirements for attorneys need to change to better serve the profession and the public.
A surge in consumer demand for faster and cheaper education credentials has pushed colleges to compete and sometimes partner with alternative online providers.
Roughly 70% of all HEERF dollars remain unspent. Guests discuss the reasons and share advice on how to move forward with greater speed and intent.
The data suggest your institution is more heavily impacted by losing market share to competitors than by the infamous demographic cliff. Does your recruiting strategy reflect that reality?
Guests share tips for blending live events with newer virtual alternatives to extend reach and engagement throughout the recruiting cycle.
Experts examine consolidation trends, different deal types, and the extent to which schools are successful at capturing synergies through mergers and acquisitions.
The FAFSA Simplification Act is coming on like a freight train and most schools aren’t ready. Our experts explain how to prepare.
Experts share reasons why universities are just beginning to extend to graduate students, the same kinds of proactive support and retention services now common in the undergrad space.
Guests share findings from a new EAB survey of university HR Officers to identify best practices and pitfalls to avoid in updating remote work policies for campus employees.
Three experts offer post-pandemic strategies for engaging new and returning students to reduce summer melt.
Guests share thoughts on ways that facilities usage and delivery of student services are likely to change when students return to campus this fall.
Guests share findings from their research into how colleges and universities are preparing to handle a potential deluge of mental health challenges this fall.
Guests share strategies for breaking through the glass ceiling and offer lessons learned from their own path to leadership positions within higher education.
Guests share strategies university leaders should adopt to prepare their students and institutions to succeed in a digital-first work environment.
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