Enrollment Management

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Community colleges extend international invitations

August, 2018
A GLOBAL COMMUNITY—With a 680-acre campus in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, Kirkwood Community College has attracted students from 100 countries. Its most active recruitment efforts over the past decade have been in Vietnam. Messaging includes small class sizes, affordable tuition and transfer opportunities.

Here are five actions two-year institutions can take to recruit international students.

A simple math solution for a complex higher ed enrollment program

August, 2018
 Michael A. Cioce is president of Rowan College at Burlington County.

We have actually reduced costs for students with a path to a bachelor’s degree that costs about $25,000—less than what most universities charge for a single year.

Getting higher ed prospect students closer to ‘yes’

July, 2018

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.

Colleges should always woo would-be students

July, 2018
WELCOME ABOARD—During on-campus events for admitted students, current George Mason University students are on hand to help make peer connections as part of the wooing process.

Led by admissions offices, higher ed institutions are enticing accepted students to officially enroll by using innovative communication approaches, developing peer connections and making students feel as if they are already part of the family.

Enrollment encouragement: Oregon State University’s Beaver Box o’ Swag

July, 2018

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.


Link to main story: Colleges should always woo would-be students

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Training faculty is challenging. Get tips that encourage faculty to create interactive online courses.

A comment CIO Ravi Ravishanker consistently heard when Wellesley College hired him nine years ago was that the Massachusetts school needed a new ERP system. The 1,100 employees at the women’s liberal arts college wanted a cloud-based solution that anyone could use.

“Unfortunately, there weren’t many choices available at the time, so I renewed our current system to buy some time,” says Ravishanker.

12/13/2018

Students expect their higher education experience to be modern and digital, but for many institutions, core systems across campus still rely on paper-based, manual and siloed processes. By automating processes and modernizing workflows, institutions can improve the user experience while reducing costs and workload and improving efficiency.

From left to right: Joseph Clay, VP HCM Transformation, Oracle; Pamela Stroko, VP HCM Transformation, Oracle.

With the landscape of higher ed rapidly changing, it is crucial that institutions can compete for top faculty, staff and leadership, who are not only talented people with the right skills, but are also passionate, engaged and mission-driven.