Tag: Student Experience

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 […]

Read More about Why many enrollment leaders struggle with “student-centric” adult learner program design

Ask any college or university what they’re doing to create the student experience of tomorrow, and they will rattle off the same experiential or high-impact practices: active learning, internships, undergraduate research, service learning, and the like. In the near term, higher ed leaders are focused on scaling these efforts to improve learning, persistence, and career […]

Read More about How must we evolve to remain relevant to the student of tomorrow?

Since the peak of the recession, community colleges have experienced steady declines in enrollment of adult learners. While students flooded classrooms during the recession to upskill or retrain for new careers, today’s strong labor market has led to complacency about the need to prepare for the next economic downturn. To demonstrate the value of education […]

Read More about Is Your College Designed for Post-Traditional Learners?

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