Enrollment Management

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Cohort-based budget planning for financial aid

December, 2015
Mary Piccioli is an enrollment management consultant at Scannell & Kurz.

With freshman discount rates once again on the rise, it will be more important than ever for institutions to review whether their methodologies for developing a budget for financial aid are sufficiently robust.

Using a cohort-based budget approach is critical for understanding the implications of replacing a “cheaper” senior class with a more heavily discounted freshman class.

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Why ‘One Size Does Not Fit All’ in Student Risk Prediction and Retention Strategies

February, 2015

The goal of retaining students—and seeing them through to degree completion—has become the focus of numerous research initiatives, articles, technology solutions and intervention strategies.

Improve business operations strategically through enterprise content management

January, 2015
Linda Ding

ECM gives academic officers an easy way to access information as they help students achieve success.

Business services partnership furthers philosophy of oneness on Colorado campus

December, 2012

In the heart of Boulder, Colorado, sits a college where the whole student is greater than the sum of his or her parts. It is a place called Naropa University, where contemplative education encourages students to transform themselves and the world.

DeAnza College saves time, money, and energy by taking transcript fulfillment out of the office

December, 2012

A public community college in Cupertino, California, DeAnza College has a student enrollment of about 23,000. With one of the highest transfer-out rates of any of the California Community Colleges, 30,000-50,000 transcripts are processed annually.