Podcast – Seven Low Cost Tips To Increase Your Next Intake

Did you meet your January targets? How are you planning on meeting them?

Adding in those last few students to an intake can turn underwhelming intake numbers into full enrollment.

In this short, yet packed webinar, Enrollment Resources co-founders Gregg Meiklejohn and Shane Sparks shared seven simple process improvements you can implement immediately at little or no cost. Terry Zaleski of also said a few words explaining Why State Associations are Important to the Success of Your School.

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Webinar: How Prospective Students Actually Want to be Contacted

“How Prospective Students Actually Want to be Contacted”
An webinar recording as presented in Feb 2014 with industry experts Martin Lind (Vertical Education Director of Velocify) and Enrollment Resources.

The webinar is based on recent research by Velocify, where they went to the source — the students themselves – to better understand communication preferences.

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PPT: How Does Your Admissions Team Stack Up?

Is your school doing well at contacting, qualifying and enrolling inquiries? The only way to know is to compare your programs to others in the industry.

On April 20th, 2012, Enrollment Resources Co-Founder Gregg Meiklejohn and Leads360 Education Vertical Manager Martin Lind co-hosted a Webinar presentation that detailed how well schools are doing at contacting inquiries, getting applications from prospects and enrolling students. Read more

Case Study: How to Increase School Revenues

Today, in the Higher Education field, in the area of marketing in particular, opportunities abound to leverage your time and money to increase school revenue. These points of leverage create results greater than what seems to be possible. Organically a School can typically grow 20-30% per year without a huge stress on infrastructure. Yet in growing organically, one can often get steamrolled by competitors who grab market share at a greater pace or simply lose the potential of a program opportunity. Nature abhors a vacuum. Slow organic growth particularly when rolling out a new program or geography often doesn’t do the trick in the cut and thrust world of marketing. Read more