And four recommendations for how your team can prepare.
Whether you’re aiming to grow enrollment, shape your incoming class, or achieve other enrollment goals, demographic change is on every enrollment leader’s mind. Spring 2018 marked the third consecutive year that fewer than 40% of colleges meet their enrollment goals by May 1. And this trend likely won’t reverse any time soon, as the U.S. […]
Enrollment pain points can frustrate or even dissuade some applicants from submitting a completed application.
A version of this article originally appeared on LinkedIn through our #100SuccessStories Campaign. Social psychologist Devon Price’s article Laziness Does Not Exist is the article that I haven’t been able to stop revisiting, again and again. Price, who teaches psychology at the Loyola University of Chicago, observes that when a student doesn’t complete assignments on time, teachers […]
Findings from EAB’s 2019 Enrollment Operations Benchmarking Survey now available A common feature of high-performing enrollment teams is the close attention they pay to the practice of their peers. Are they spending more than other schools to land their freshman class? Should they have a more direct line to their institution’s president? How do their […]
If you want to diversify your student body, admitting top students isn’t enough, finds one study on a Texas state policy.
Learn how one UNCC alum worked with admissions to help fund a visit program for prospective college students at his former rural high school.
The Peach State Tour allows prospective college students to compare several in-state options by bringing three top Georgia schools to them every year.
We identified two tactics colleges and universities can use to start or augment their rural student strategy without investing significant resources.
We’ve outlined three problems—and solutions—for college and university enrollment teams wanting to recruit more rural students.