Enrollment & Retention

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Higher ed leaders expect modest enrollment increases in the coming year. (Click to enlarge graphic)
Higher ed leaders in 2015 will have to step up efforts to retain students, do a better job of marketing their sticker prices and prove their institutions’ value
Fifty-six percent of respondents say overall enrollment will grow modestly in 2015
Student success and controlling costs are the top priorities for higher ed leaders in2 015. (Click to enlarge graphic)
Colleges and universities must figure out how boost learning while remaining financially stable
Higher ed thought leaders and reader surveys provide insights into what's ahead for colleges and universities in 2015.
What will be the biggest priorities for 2015?

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