Tag: Growth Strategy
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.
Take our quick audit to ensure your admitted-student website includes these essential elements to make a compelling case for your college and university, and ensure it serves as a critical tool for winning over undecided students.
With 34% of colleges nationwide not meeting their fall enrollment goals come May 1, it’s clear that success in this market demands big thinking, not incremental change. Learn how four colleges and universities made bold investments in market expansion to see significant growth and ROI, plus learn four lessons to replicate their success.
About the Webconference Houston Baptist University (HBU) recognized the significant potential for growth in the adult market and made a series of changes not only to their program offerings and infrastructure, but to their graduate student recruitment strategy as well. As a result, HBU tripled their graduate student enrollment over 8 years. This webinar covers […]
Your newest New Year resolution? Send emails to prospective seniors—now. Learn why, plus three essential email elements to ensure your enrollment marketing campaign is a success.
The University of Denver almost closed its doors in the 1980s. Drastic declines in enrollment had imperiled necessary revenue and equally drastic measures were needed to ensure the future of the university. Discover how it was able to stabilize its budget and sustain its beautiful campus.
Everybody likes to get gifts—your prospective students are no exception. Learn how a carefully scheduled gift campaign can increase your application completion—and how it increased yield rates at one university.
These are uncertain times for enrollment leaders–learn the potential challenges that EAB Enrollment Services has identified, as well as tactics that can help you mitigate them.
Learn how to positively influence the college application process for students through an innovative tactics employed by behavioral economics experts.
In the quest for new student outreach channels, it’s important to have the specifics on student communication preferences. Here’s what students want to receive via text message, and what they don’t.