Tag: Enrollment Analytics
With dire predictions for fall freshmen enrollments making headlines, colleges and universities are bracing for the financial shock to come. While many are hopeful that even a partial reopening of campuses in the fall will avert worst-case revenue scenarios, they still face a fiercely competitive domestic enrollment market.
CBOs are struggling to make revenue assumptions for FY21. Here’s what we learned from a group of them.
Universities are struggling to create and adapt budgets for the upcoming fiscal year because of the uncertainty caused by COVID-19. Read the key takeaways from our conversations with CBOs on this topic.
Learn how the coronavirus is impacting digital engagement factors for college-bound students including email open and click rates, web visits, and deposits.
Application season is ending, and we’ve rounded up creative strategies for engaging admitted students—tried and tested by more than 25 diverse EAB partner institutions.
Learn about the steps that EAB, in partnership with the National Student Clearinghouse, is taking to help its partner colleges and universities rise to the challenge.
Demand for higher education is predicted to plummet sharply starting in 2026. But for selective institutions, our Enrollment Management Forum’s analysis of Nathan Grawe’s Higher Education Demand Index shows mixed messages. The big-picture view shows a bleak overall outlook for undergraduate enrollment, with a silver lining for the most selective institutions. But a closer look […]
70% of students attend colleges within 100 miles of home, even in today’s mobile and globalized world. Here’s three bold strategies to recruit more local students.
Explore the early results of Wichita State University’s efforts to remove barriers to transfer student enrollment through EAB’s Transfer Portal.
Machine learning has the potential to transform enrollment management: helping enrollment managers ask and answer critical questions. To learn more about the potential uses and benefits of this technology, we interviewed an EAB enrollment expert.
If you’re looking to increase graduate program enrollment, don’t overlook those who apply late. Our research shows that late-application students for graduate programs have higher yield rates and are of comparable (or better) quality than earlier applicants.