The design of admissions centers, whether in new buildings or renovated facilities, plays a critical role in any campus visit. Three best practices stand out.
Admissions at the University of Mississippi recently began incorporating language about landscaping services' many accomplishments in mailers to prospective students.
For example, they now mention various awards that the department has earned over the years, such as most beautiful campus by USA Today.
Marion Technical College’s Buy-One, Get-One tuition model will fund all sophomore-year tuition costs for students working toward an associate’s degree.
Here are some ways to cut through the clutter and close the deal with a certain type of prospective students who are fondly called “stealth” applicants.
Aim: To boost enrollment of the top 1 percent of high school students who qualify for Oregon State’s Presidential Scholarship, admissions officers treat academic standouts like blue-chip athletes.
The program began three years ago.
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