With the fall semester quickly approaching, many institutions are weighing how to facilitate safe, modified in-person campus operations. Residence halls—a cornerstone of socialization for most students—pose some of the greatest challenges for resuming campus life. If your leadership team is considering bringing residential students back to campus, here are four considerations to think about now.
Teachers and school staff need support now more than ever. Learn how to support their wellbeing with self-care strategies and formalized peer connections.
To create a seamless reopening process and avoid future confusion, it is crucial that CROs develop plans that can easily scale up to serve a broader university-wide plans.
As institutions prepare for potential reopenings, senior leaders must consider what protective measures to introduce to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission. Discover four critical areas leaders must focus on and see early case studies from within and outside the higher education industry.
Now that we’ve entered commencement season, college and university leaders are shifting their gaze from the emergency responses needed for spring terms toward big questions about the fall.
Madeleine Rhyneer joins Carla Hickman to discuss challenges colleges face in meeting fall enrollment targets and offer strategies for yielding your class during a time of uncertainty.
Students with a low GPA at this university had a graduation rate below 10%. Here’s how student success leaders implemented a summer program to not only improve students’ academic standing, but also reframe their academic stumble as a learning opportunity.
As institutions grapple with COVID-related expenses—and anticipate future budget shortfalls—some have begun furloughing staff to temporarily reduce salary costs. While furloughs are an attractive alternative to layoffs, most institutions haven’t considered furloughing staff since the Great Recession—and today’s circumstances are quite different than they were a decade ago. As a result, leaders are adapting their historic furlough approach to the COVID-19 context.
Transition to online learning presents an opportunity for independent schools to target prospective families with digital ads
Independent schools’ small size, agility, and freedom from stringent academic requirements have allowed them to successfully transition to digital learning during the COVID-19 pandemic. As they work to ensure all seats are filled in next year’s class, enrollment managers have an opportunity to use targeted ads and content marketing to generate new leads.
Traditional content is a one-way communication with limited impact on the student’s experience. Interactive tour content encourages visitor participation in the experience.