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With students receiving multiple messages about the potential impacts of the pandemic, it’s more important than ever for college communications to be timely and sensitive. Explore our resource center for guidance on how to communicate with students in a way that maximizes information and transparency, minimizes confusion and frustration, and builds affinity with your institution.
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As most institutions transition to virtual orientation in response to COVID-19, students will turn to the orientation website even more frequently for updates. An engaging and student-friendly orientation website can help make students more excited for fall classes, while a confusing one may leave them questioning their college decision.
To combat COVID-related uncertainty about enrollment, institutions must develop new and creative ways to engage students during the summer. Discover 120+ virtual engagement strategies in this infographic.
Explore best practices to help your virtual tour stand out and increase student engagement throughout the admissions funnel.
Most students review the campus visit as a top resource for making their college choice. Learn how colleges and universities can ensure that prospective students and parents have an exceptional visit experience.
To help our partner colleges and universities better understand this complicated landscape, EAB Enrollment Services recently surveyed over 9,000 high school students about their communication preferences and behaviors. As the white paper explains, their responses reveal clear trends and opportunities for improving student engagement.
Institutions feel pressure to recruit rural students for both mission- and business-related reasons. Our briefing outlines the reasons why the college-going rate for rural students lags behind urban and suburban peers, the primary worries rural students have about college, and the challenging nature of recruiting in rural areas across the country.
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This webconference will explore how Early FAFSA has shifted the admissions timeline at many institutions.
Whether your institution is a small, expensive private college that began working with aid optimization consultants decades ago, or a large, low-cost regional public university that only recently felt a need for more strategic use of aid, institutional aid allocation is an essential part of the institution’s recruitment strategy. This webconference will explain the fundamentals […]