The final instalment of our “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” series drills into how to get the most from your Enrollment Retention and Career Services efforts. Retain your students, provide them value, and make sure you give them the best opportunity for career placement with these best-practice tips…
The fourth instalment of “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” focuses on the Interview to Start Ratio. Our panelists jump into topics including how your school can optimize your interview-to-sit ratio in an ethical way. Listen for thought-starters you can use today.
Part three of “24 Tips on How to Create a World-Class Enrollment Process” explores how to build a culture that obsesses about a positive first impression. Our panelists provide valuable, actionable tips that will help your school create a great first impression.
In part two of our World-Class Enrollment series, our panelists dive into the details of how to generate leads by capturing interest and creating buzz. It all begins with attracting those quality students that will find their fit with your school’s program. Doing so stems from thought-starters you’ll hear more about in the podcast.
In this first episode of our World-Class Enrollment series, Shane Sparks, Gregg Meiklejohn and Tom King of Enrollment Resources and Velocify EDU leader Steve Davis introduce and give an overview of the seven habits needed to create a World-Class Enrollment Process:
At Enrollment Resources, we’ve found schools often try to improve their revenues by doing the following three tactics, all of which are strategically counterproductive:
- Adding program offerings, even if they are marginal in terms of viability
- Hiring more recruiters
- Searching for more pools of traffic that can be potentially converted into something
Tiny tweaks can make a big difference
Most schools can improve revenues in the 20-30% range without incurring costs by identifying the intersection points within their enrollment management process and making minor process-improvement tweaks.
Reference Book: The Goal. Reference material: Enrollment Resources blog.
ACICS is getting hassled, buckle up.
Thirteen US Attorney Generals are asking to disband ACICS. My prediction: human nature being what it is site visits will become more intense because regulators don’t need Attorney Generals hassling them.
Put in the extra effort right now to ensure that your education, financial aid and, in particular, career service processes are top flight, just in case your site visit regulator is extra-vigilant. Pay specific attention to career services outcomes as they relate to admissions.
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