Featured Snippets: A Case Study

BY: Eric McGee October 20, 2020

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More

Texting in the Recruitment Process – What You Need to Know to Get Started

BY: Emma Rose October 8, 2020

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More

Privacy Laws: A Moving Target for Higher Ed

BY: Eric McGee July 15, 2020

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More

Marketing in Uncertain Times

BY: Eric McGee March 31, 2020

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More

Crafting Messaging That Converts

BY: Emma Rose January 8, 2020

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More

5 Reasons Why Students Aren’t Finishing Their Degrees

BY: Christopher Tashjian September 6, 2018

The statistics on college graduation and student retention rates can seem grim: Fewer than 40 percent of students who start a degree will finish it within four years. Stretch the timeline out to six years ... Read More