Tag: Adult Learner

What do strategic enrollment planning and extreme sports have in common? More than you might think, according to Kevin Shriner, an expert on market research and adult learner program design at EAB and a former faculty member and associate dean of institutional research. Kevin has worked with faculty to develop over 200 graduate, online, and […]

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Maple University*, a Medium-Sized, Private University in the Northeast About: Maple University is a private university located near a large city in the northeast, with a law school enrollment of about 800 students.  Challenge: Due to intensifying competition in the region, Maple’s law school experienced multiple years of enrollment declines and struggled to maintain its […]

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Birch University*, a Medium-Sized, Private University in the Northeast About: Birch University is a private university in a large city in the Northeast.  Challenge: Faced with increased local and national competition, Birch’s adult degree completer program struggled to maintain enrollment volume for several years due to insufficient awareness and engagement among key prospect audiences. Solution: […]

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Hickory University*, a Medium-Sized, Private University in the West About: Hickory University is a private university located in a metropolitan area in the West. Their college of education offers a variety of graduate and doctoral degrees and enrolls approximately 800 students.  Challenge: Hickory’s college of education faced declining enrollment due to increased local and national […]

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