Resources

Resources

According to an Infosys report on customer experience, nearly 75% of consumers are frustrated when online content is not related to their particular interests.
In enrollment management and admission offices, we are used to fielding these questions from our heads of school, board members, fellow administrators, faculty, and even prospective parents.
We all tout having a “diverse” campus by listing student body demographics like gender, ethnicity, country of origin, international representation, state representation, financial aid awards, etc.
The skill set for admission success is rapidly evolving. To maximize impact, enrollment managers need to learn the language of CFOs, heads, and trustees, and be able to express challenges…
Find out what numbers and stats led Trinity College School to introduce a 25% pricing incentive for grade 9 domestic boarders and how Ashbury College worked through their data to…
Learn how established independent schools across the country are innovating by creating new models that experiment with space and technology to share resources and keep themselves accessible and sustainable for…
Have you, or your financial aid director, ever found yourself presented with a situation you did not know how to handle?
It’s no secret that we are fully immersed in the digital era and every school/organization needs a solid online presence to grow.
This workshop provides additional tools for attracting and retaining students of color and re-engaging alumni of color.
How and why we transformed our office into a classroom—and how it provided our students the opportunity to delve into work that was both relevant and applicable while also earning…
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