Tag: Enrollment Management
Independent school enrollment managers can learn from their peers across the country sharing their challenges and triumphs they have experienced since the pandemic began.
Explore three survey results for insight into how students and enrollment leaders are thinking about online and remote instruction during the pandemic.
Due to increased competition, Beech’s College of Business experienced a 32% decline in graduate enrollment over four years. They partnered with EAB Adult Learner Recruitment to identify and engage more right-fit prospects and outperform their summer 2020 enrollment goal by 9%.
Based on our survey of 200 enrollment leaders in June and ensuing conversations with hundreds of our Enrollment Services partners, here are four changes you can make now to bolster your fall recruitment strategy.
Across the country, college and university leaders are revamping campus opening plans. COVID cases are surging in more than half of US states, which will reinforce the need to plan for a largely online fall. As campus leadership grapples with public health planning, many are also actively thinking through tradeoffs that could heavily impact their fall enrollment.
The partnership strengthens EAB’s ability to help colleges assess and report on enrollment performance.
Top findings from over 200 enrollment leaders on how they are gearing up for fall admissions during COVID-19
Across July, EAB hosted three virtual working sessions with 54 admissions leaders representing over 50 institutions across the United States and Canada. During this time, we also surveyed over 230 enrollment leaders on their plans for fall admissions given the pandemic. The survey and working sessions delved into how admissions teams are recruiting and engaging with prospective students for fall 2021 and beyond.
Everyone is feeling the impact of the pandemic – its disruption to everyday life, isolating social restrictions, and the stress of a widespread threat to public health – as well as the economic fallout of a closed economy. However, like so many natural disasters and economic events, the impact is felt much more heavily by certain racial and socioeconomic groups.
Explore our Enrollment Services case studies to learn more about the schools that achieved success by partnering with EAB. Discover a range of best practices for improving recruitment marketing, enrollment numbers, and class quality.
While management-level professionals in food service and hospitality have weathered the economic crisis better than front-line workers, their employment will be at risk as shutdowns continue and businesses close. To help them transition to manager positions in higher growth fields, institutions need to create flexible, low-cost offerings in finance and data analytics to capitalize on these professionals existing strength in customer service and people management.