Our Three New eBooks Can Help you Navigate the Four Stages of the Student Life Cycle

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Find. Enroll. Retain. Teach.

It’s our mantra here at Helix Education, and everything we do revolves around helping you do these things better. Whether our expertise comes from years of experience working with schools, or right from our colleagues who used to be on the school-side of the business themselves, we’ve got a lot of ideas that you can put to work to support students at a higher level and ultimately optimize the cost of graduation.

We sat down with our internal experts, gathered their insight from the front lines, and packaged these best practices into three easy-to-read User’s Guides that will help you and your team more effectively and efficiently navigate the student life cycle.

A User’s Guide to Finding More Qualified Prospects: learn how to connect with students through various marketing channels, including direct mail, SEO, PPC and display advertising, and measure the effectiveness of each through attribution.

A User’s Guide to Student Enrollment and Retention: find new ways to build relationships with students and engage them along the way, increasing the likelihood that those prospects who inquire then enroll, and those who enroll actually start and stay.

A User’s Guide to Competency-Based Education: explore the new era of competency-based education (CBE), including what it is, how it is changing the teaching and learning process, and how to make the transition as seamless as possible.

Each eBook in the series can be downloaded from our site for free, so sit back, start reading, and discover new strategies that can enhance the way you support your students.

Kara Snyder

As the Director of Corporate Marketing, Kara brings nearly a decade of education marketing insights and experience to Helix Education. Before joining Helix, she worked in enrollment and affiliate marketing, undergraduate and graduate admissions, and student affairs. Kara earned her bachelor’s degree from Temple University.