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EMA is committed to creating an inclusive community for our members, families, and students.
As new heads of school prepare to step into their roles, they face many unknowns, and EMA is here to help demystify the leadership role with regard to enrollment success.
The Fifty Years in the Future activity is a great way to kick off your leadership team retreat while also letting you participate in the fun.
Customized, in-person opportunities to experience the day-to-day life of the school can be an important part of the family journey to enroll.
Hiring a dedicated Director of Institutional Research is not for every school. But, every school can start taking advantage of the data they already have to better serve their students!
The Enrollment Management Spectrum defines retention of current students very simply: students who enroll at the school tend to stay at the school.
Recruitment and selection of new students are the bread and butter of the enrollment office. This is the work that's critical to the success of your institution
Explore the seven levers of the enrollment spectrum and consider how they work together to contribute to your enrollment success.
We need to revolutionize the way we work and how we think about the workplace; otherwise, we risk losing valuable employees to The Great Resignation.
By tapping into professional development opportunities, you can help your organization reduce the skills gap that has been widening over the last few years.
This season of renewal is the perfect time to reset your pace, refocus your energy, and return to strategic planning. And one of the best ways to do that is with some spring admission assessments.
COVID-19 has forced us all, schools and families alike, to examine our priorities and to reexamine the ways in which we work to achieve our most important goals.
One of the most powerful tools in the Admissions’ toolkit is the in-person campus tour. These visits give school representatives a chance to show the personality of their campus and to highlight what
ALC Roundtable, April 19, 2021
COVID-19 has forced our community to reexamine practices and has illuminated the tremendous power in shared collaboration as we redesign our collective future.