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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.
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.
ALC Roundtable, April 19, 2021
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.
As schools continue to face the many challenges brought on by COVID-19, everyone is doing exceptional work finding new and creative ways to innovate their programs, tools, communications, and so much
Redefining and Reimagining Campus-Based Learning
Melt, from an enrollment management perspective, is the number of students, sometimes 5–10% of your newly enrolled, who pay a deposit in the spring, but exit the process and
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
Does your school offer summer camps or programs? Chances are, the answer is yes. According to NAIS’s recent Survey on Non-Tuition Sources of Income, 84% do.
Dr. Derrick Gay is an internationally recognized consultant to businesses, educational, arts, and philanthropic organizations around the world regarding issues of diversity and inclusion.
An in-depth lesson on how to interpret Character Skills Snapshot results and gather a more holistic view of your applicants.
Fewer students are entering the applicant pool at the lower school level. In our Winter 2020 Yield cover story, we look at case studies and potential strategies to stem the eroding enrollment numbers