Blog: Enrollment Management

Transform Enrollment with Mentorship

BY: Jodi Ashbrook May 22, 2024

Effective mentorship programs lead to improved student engagement, retention and satisfaction, while also promoting diversity and inclusion. Learn how strategic mentorship initiatives can drive institutional success. Read More

The Rise of Private 4-Year School Closures: Solutions to a Widespread Crisis

BY: Jesse Homan May 21, 2024

Explore the factors impacting school closures, analyze the stark differences in how two schools responded and which school saw a brighter future. Read More

Seeing Past the Enrollment Cliff of 2025

BY: Jesse Homan April 4, 2024

While the anticipated sudden drop in the number of 18-year-olds entering college will have dramatic effects in 2025 for traditional undergraduate programs, the ramifications for programs that are online or serve non-traditional students will take a little longer to come into effect but are coming.  Read More

Four Strategic Enrollment Management Takeaways from the 2024 Online College Student Report

BY: Chris Gilmore March 1, 2024

Learn four enrollment management takeaways from the 2024 Online College Student Report for enrollment management professionals. Read More

The Online College Students Report 2024

BY: Jesse Homan February 27, 2024

Dive into the key findings of the Online College Students 2024 report. Discover the latest insights into re-enrollment opportunities, rapid response importance, and unique program offerings. Download the complete report for actionable data and in-depth analysis. Read More

Key Performance Indicators that Matter in 2024

BY: Katie Tomlinson February 15, 2024

Discover how measuring key performance indicators empowers colleges and universities to boost enrollment, improve student experience, and achieve strategic goals. Read More

Higher Education Enrollment and Marketing Trends of 2024

BY: Jesse Homan February 7, 2024

Find out what it takes to succeed in higher ed marketing in 2024. Explore key trends and actionable strategies for growing enrollment and engaging students. Read More

The “Simplified” FAFSA: Are We Leaving Students Behind?

BY: Chris Gilmore January 22, 2024

Discover student challenges in the early stages of the "simplified" FAFSA launch and empower your financial aid team to guide them seamlessly Read More

Higher Education Conferences in 2024 to Put on Your Radar

BY: Jesse Homan January 8, 2024

We’ve put together a list of higher education conferences that we think are worth considering in 2024. Check out our top picks! Read More

Survey of the Higher Education Landscape 2023

BY: Katie Tomlinson October 26, 2023

Discover the latest insights on the Higher Education Landscape with our 6 key findings. Stay up-to-date with our informative blog post. Read More

Gaining Deeper Insights into Stopped-Out Students

BY: Jodi Ashbrook October 17, 2023

Discover the reasons why stopped-out students struggle with persistence and retention. Our blog sheds light on this issue and offers solutions to help them succeed. Read More

A Five-Step Strategy for Your Enrollment Management Team to Find and Enroll New Students

BY: Jodi Ashbrook August 3, 2023

Equip your enrollment management team with a five-step strategy to find and enroll new students. This human-centric approach will elevate your institution's standing and engage high-intent students. Read More

Why College Reviews Matter for Higher Ed Marketing

BY: Jennifer Ravey July 13, 2023

College reviews from students can build trust and drive enrollment. Here’s how college marketers can encourage and manage reviews for the best results. Read More

How AI Texting Helps Enrollment Teams Be First to Contact

BY: Chris Gilmore June 22, 2023

Reaching potential students first should be a primary goal for any college or university. See how AI texting can help now and what future development may bring. Read More

How HBCU Online Programs Are Reaching Underserved Students

BY: Nicole Szopinski February 15, 2023

Discover how HBCU Online Programs are opening up greater access and educational success for minorities as told by Dr. Alston of NCAT. Read More