Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura. In this third of three articles, the conversation is centered on what makes an online degree program successful.
In part two of this three-part blog series, Gregg Scoresby and Greg Baker (GS and GB, respectively) discuss why Enrollment and FinAid need to work together to make evidence-based decisions for the future. Learn what’s behind the numbers that our referral partner, Knowlura, crunches.
Our CEO, Gregg Scoresby, is a huge fan of collaboration, teamwork, and networking—especially when it comes to higher education and our mission to change lives. He found that winning combination at Knowlura, a company that develops online education strategies for the non-traditional student market.
At the National Association for College Admission Counseling’s 2016 conference, Mark McGinnis, National Director for CampusLogic, presented award letter strategies to help enrollment professionals boost enrollment yield, drive financial literacy, reduce borrowing, improve the student experience, and more.
Enrollment professionals who are @NACAC16-bound, read on for more about why you should stop by Booth 1017 and why our NACAC session “Game Changing Award Letters” is a must-see!
Academic unpreparedness, front-loaded tuition, illness, level of indebtedness, unmanageable work/life balance; factors influencing student retention are complex and layered. Many retention challenges can be solved with transparent, clear financial aid services that improve financial literacy at every step.
A key component to enrolling new students and retaining existing students is access to financial aid. Unfortunately, the FinAid process can be cumbersome and intimidating to students. Technology can make this process easier, providing solutions that streamline the process and self-service tools that allow students to engage whenever and from wherever they want.
Up to four out of 10 low-income college students never start school the fall after graduating, despite being accepted, according to a Harvard Education Press piece. This melting away of students who should have, but never do arrive to a post-secondary…
Evangelism is no longer confined to religion and sports team fanatics. Commonly known as "word-of-mouth marketing," evangelism marketing is the exquisite result of very satisfied, vocal customers. While you may not refer to your students as "customers," your school has the same…