Which students are in love with your school? And which students are merely in like with your school? These are two basic questions that every institution should be asking about its inquiry pool. This understanding is necessary to develop effective top-of-the-funnel...
Student Success Archive
June 14-16, 2023 Boston, MA When it comes to career development for traditional undergraduates, the internship is king. Or is it? As with many things, the answer is “it depends.” In this case, it depends on whether you are taking the point of view of the student,...
For many students, attending a four-year college is not a foregone conclusion. While they might have one on their lists, they might also seriously be considering a two-year college or employment as their best postsecondary option.
Why don’t we consider the parent on equal footing as a buyer? How can we do better?
Pandemic-induced enrollment declines have reshaped the composition of freshman classes. Eduventures’ 2022 Admitted Student Research™ sample shows a decline of 11% among first generation students and 13% among those from low-income households, compared to a 67% increase in students from high-income families between 2019 to 2022.
Beyond the loss of social connections and extracurriculars, recent data also estimates academic learning losses. Given these challenges, should we expect them to transition into college life just as students have in the past? Probably not.