Improving Graduation Rates at Georgia State University

Retaining students from enrollment through graduation is an escalating concern in higher education. Institutions serving a large percentage of students who are the first in their families to attend college face additional challenges to helping students complete their degrees. One university is appropriating what they call high-touch technology strategies to aid in student success. One […]

Integrating the Bootcamp Education Model at Duke University

Coding, business, other skills-based bootcamps are often portrayed in the headlines as a potential replacement to traditional higher education. Prospective students see them as an entryway to high-paying jobs without having to invest four years of time and take on the burden of student loan debt. Consequently, some universities see these new, hard-skills focused educational […]

Right-Fit Student Targeting at Saint Louis University

Budget line items for prospective student list buys can be staggering. One university has discovered how to target those list buys in ways that improve prospect responsiveness, increase student retention, and enhance student satisfaction, all while reducing expenses. Jay Goff, Vice President for Enrollment and Retention Management at Saint Louis University, came on the Enrollment […]

Blogging at Hope College

Students and their families are interested in outcomes when they review prospective colleges. But often, specific stories resonate more deeply than percentages. Statistics can be powerful, but it’s stories that bring the data to life. Telling a compelling collegiate story is a challenge now that print publications are in decline, and traditional media outlets are […]