Dr. Chuck Bamford, author of The Strategy Mindset 2.0, joins us to talk about how schools can develop a sound strategy to differentiate their offerings and attract more right-fit students.
In the fourth and final episode of our VP Summer Series, we talk with Kevin Kropf, EVP of Enrollment at Drury University, about generational theory and managing teams that span multiple generations.
We talk with Brad Pochard, AVP for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions at Furman University, about building stronger, more collaborative relationships with colleagues across the campus.
In this episode, we sit down with Joel Bauman, SVP of Enrollment at Duquesne University, and Karen Foust, former EVP of Enrollment at Hendrix College, to talk about the finer points of building collaborative, productive relationships with board members.
In this episode, Dr. Jimmy Jung joins us to talk about financial aid leveraging–the common and sometimes controversial practice of using data-driven approaches to inform how schools use institutional funds to manage enrollment and tuition revenue.
K-12 students’ experience of online learning may cause them to reject online college. Learn what went wrong and how higher ed can address it.
As data pours in telling us that admission applications and FAFSA filings are down at many schools around the country, enrollment managers are grappling with how to improve yield. Laura Martin-Fedich suggests strategies for rethinking yield strategy in these incredibly challenging times.
In this episode, we talk with Will Patch from Niche.com about strategies for more effectively engaging parents during the college search process and review the results of a recent parent survey his team conducted.
To put it simply, financial aid leveraging is the strategic use of institutional funds to impact enrollment and manage net tuition revenue. Enrollment management is crucial to the long-term success of many institutions because, for colleges and universities, tuition revenue can make up 70% or more of their budget. As …