Our Noel-Levitz consultants have written blogs on a wide variety of enrollment management and student success topics in 2014 so far. Here are the eight most-read posts in case you missed them.
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How can colleges and universities move accepted students toward enrolling? Consultant Brian Jansen offers nine strategies for connecting with accepted students and encouraging their enrollment.
Five strategies for improving student retention and college completion among second-year college students
With the increased focus on improving college completion rates, we look at how to “broaden the lens” to extend first-year interventions into the second year as well.
A special report from Noel-Levitz compiles pertinent projections over the next five and ten years that may influence enrollments for colleges and universities that primarily serve traditional-age undergraduates.
How are campuses tackling the challenge of student success and completion? Senior Vice President Janene Panfil shares her thoughts on retention strategies presented at three very different conferences.
Consultant Wes Butterfield provides 14 quick strategies campuses can use to help students complete college applications they have started but not finished.
Lew Sanborne draws on his experience with strategic enrollment planning consulting to offer five strategies for helping campuses build consensus and momentum for change.
Retention consultant Dr. Mari Normyle discusses new research on college transfer student motivations and presents strategies for helping this growing college student population persist to completion.
What makes a communication flow robust and compelling to students? Taking a value-proposition approach to messaging strategy, recruitment and marketing consultant Charles Ramos describes how campuses can transform their communications with this approach.
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