WEBINAR ON DEMAND

Is the Allure of High Price/High Discount Tuition Models Fading?

This webinar will present parent and student price sensitivity data that explores this question. We’ll also examine the changing landscape of institutions that have initiated tuition price resets. Join us as we discuss how to understand what best-in-class tuition models will look like in the future and what practical steps institutions can take now toward that end.

Presenters

Kim Reid

Kim Reid

Eduventures Principal Analyst

Kim brings a wealth of advanced analytical capability in market research, assessment, and program evaluation to her work, and combines evidence and expertise to help clients make strategic decisions that shape the future of their institutions. She has over 20 years of experience in research and consulting in education. Most recently, Kim served as Vice President of Research Operations at Maguire Associates, a research-based consulting firm focused on enrollment management, where she created new lines of business in brand analytics specific to higher education, pricing and value, and strategic academic program management.

Kim graduated with a B.A. in philosophy from Duke University, holds an M.S. from the New House School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and completed Ph. D. coursework in communications at Indiana University, Bloomington.

June Claughton

June Claughton

Eduventures Quantitative Research Analyst

As a Quantitative Research Analyst, June Claughton works with the Enrollment Management team at Eduventures. She focuses on survey design, programming, data analysis, and preparation using SPSS and Alteryx.

Prior to joining Eduventures, June received her M.Ed. in Measurement, Assessment, Evaluation, and Statistics from Boston College. While there, she was a graduate assistant for three professors working on higher education research, evaluation, and education to career pipeline studies.

Before attending graduate school, June worked as a middle school science teacher and as a special needs paraprofessional. She received her B.S. in Middle Level Education: History and Science from the University of Vermont. In addition to her M.Ed. and BS, June received an Institutional Research Certificate.