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Communicating with Gen Z students about how to be financially responsible in college is as elusive as booming budgets in higher ed. Discover how the University of Colorado Denver and Minnesota State University Moorhead approach financial communication with students.
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.”
Retaining students is more than a financial question—it’s an ethical one. Retaining our first-year students means we make good on the promise of admission: that not only will we invite you to join our institution, we’ll provide support to ensure you can be successful. Faculty’s communication and relationships with students are key in getting students to stay and succeed in college.
Technology has played an increasingly important role in student success as student information technology, learning management systems, and other student success resources have evolved in the digital space. The pandemic increased higher education’s reliance on digital platforms for students to be able to access and engage with their campus support resources and educational opportunities.
In this era of expanded test-optional policies, college application behaviors are more varied, making deposit decisions even less predictable for enrollment leaders. Students who graduated high school in 2021, especially first-generation and lower-income students, enrolled in college at a much lower rate than previous years. So, to increase your yield rate this year, it will be critical to address the unique needs of underserved students.
Lorianna helps EAB partners identify best practices and data-driven solutions to overcome enrollment challenges.
Tuskegee University, Harris-Stowe State University, and LeMoyne-Owen College join five other HBCUs already working with EAB and Bank of America to advance student and institutional success
EAB's Financial Sustainability Collaborative has worked with over 100 schools to help them structure their academic program assessment process, and that experience has provided us with some observations about the common challenges confronting schools undertaking academic program assessment.
EAB experts discuss the extent to which K12 learning disruptions are forcing higher ed institutions to re-evaluate their notion of college readiness.
Why you should be ramping up your graduate and adult growth strategy now—and how to do it successfully
From my recent conversations with institutional leaders, it’s clear that many are grappling with tough questions about their graduate and adult enrollment strategy. I frequently hear questions like, “Should we invest in expanding our market share in graduate and adult programs, given that undergrad is on the decline?” followed up by “Where should we focus based on our mission and strategic priorities?”