Enrollment Management

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Slideshow of undergraduate research possibilities

May, 2018

A culturally rich, historically black neighborhood in Pensacola, Florida, has been experiencing gentrification.

To keep the legacy of the Belmont-DeVilliers community alive, a local engineer is guiding a group of University of West Florida undergraduates creating a virtual version of the neighborhood—along with a small brick-and-mortar museum to showcase the project. 

It’s just one of many such opportunities at West Florida.

Smart business processes to offset higher ed enrollment challenges

May, 2018

Alarming demographic shifts mean university admissions departments are facing a new reality. By 2026, it is predicted that the number of college-aged students will drop almost 15 percent – much of this driven by a plummet in births due to the Great Recession of 2008.

Post-protest: Colleges overlook HS activism

April, 2018

A number of colleges have announced that they won’t hold students liable who have received disciplinary actions for protesting gun violence.

Colleges touting outcomes boost MBA programs’ profiles

April, 2018
BUILDING BUSINESS LEADERS—Impressive facilities can be a key consideration for prospective b-school students. Miller Hall, a $75 million project that is the home of William & Mary’s Mason School of Business, was completed in 2009.

Here’s how sharing student success data can help MBA programs attract new students, prove ROI value and connect with the business community.

Standardizing MBA student success data

April, 2018

The percentage of students accepting job offers three months after graduation is a common—and logical—MBA student outcomes stat. But why do most business schools share that particular outcome, and others like it?

It’s likely the result of many institutions following the Standards of Reporting MBA Employment Statistics created by the MBA Career Services & Employer Alliance, a global organization for employers and administrators working in graduate business career services.

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5/10/2018

Predictive analytics can serve as the foundation of student success efforts. By drawing together data from disparate campus sources and systems, predictive analytics software can enable institutional leaders to predict the likelihood of student attrition, identify at-risk students, and match them with the right resources that can help them succeed.

5/2/2018

Today’s students have expectations that their courses provide flexible, easy-to-access video content and blended learning environments, but implementing video such as lecture capture platforms at scale across campus—and in a way that drives student success—can be challenging.

4/19/2018

Student loan debt—as well as delinquency and defaults—continue to be serious concerns among students, alumni, parents, higher ed institutions and their communities. The financial burdens on students can negatively impact both their success while enrolled and after graduation, as well as the enrollment, finances and public image of institutions as a whole.

4/17/2018

Collaborative work is key to a student’s success in the workforce of today and tomorrow. Today’s students expect their campus learning spaces to be technology-enabled environments that provide seamless collaboration and wireless connectivity, but creating these spaces can be challenging for institutions, as there are a variety of issues to consider, from room layout to the “digital divide.”

4/12/2018

Campus mail centers have changed dramatically. Due to the rise of e-commerce, many campuses are overwhelmed with package deliveries, and campus mail centers are struggling to keep pace. This trend is forecast to continue for the foreseeable future, resulting in disgruntled students and wasted resources. Leading institutions have found solutions—innovative technology which enables campus mail centers to become efficient, flexible and responsive to this changing environment.