Three Ways Advanced Analytics Help You Recruit and Retain Transfer Students

By Chris Lucier | January 12, 2021

Some of you have depended upon recruiting transfer students to achieve your institution’s undergraduate enrollment (UG) goals. You have a well-developed strategy with commensurate resources to manage the enrollment processes from the first contact to graduation. However, for [...]

Fred’s Five Predictions for Higher Education in 2021

By Fred Weiss | December 22, 2020

Those of you who know me personally or follow me on social know that I have worked in the higher ed and EdTech industries for 30 + years and that I am an avid reader and trend watcher. And as the President and CEO of a higher ed-focused advanced analytics company, which is in [...]

Understanding Intent to Enroll from FAFSA Completion Data

By Chris Rose | November 20, 2020

What do FAFSA completion rates tell us about a student’s likelihood to enroll? As we progress into winter, college admissions letters are being sent out or will be soon. Students will start making their decision about where they will want to spend the next four years of their [...]

The 4 Steps to Using Data and Analytics to Help Students Succeed

By Zach Varga | November 11, 2020

The National Center for Education Statistics estimates that forty-five percent of students obtain a degree or certificate at the first institution they attend within six years of starting college, and nearly 31 percent drop out entirely. Those statistics demonstrate why student [...]

The Importance of Data-Driven Decisions in Higher Ed

By Andy Hannah | October 30, 2020

Data-driven decision making is getting a lot of attention in higher ed, so much so that three higher ed professional organizations, the Association for Institutional Research, Educause, and NACAC, issued a joint statement, “ Analytics Can Save Higher Education. Really.” The [...]

Test-Optional: Who Needs Test Scores?

By Zach Varga | October 14, 2020

Test-optional admissions is not a new discussion in higher ed. According to FairTest, the list of colleges going test-optional for admissions is growing. Higher ed institutions have cited several reasons why they do and don’t use test scores for admissions and merit aid [...]

Data Security: A “People Problem”

By Johnny Chen | August 17, 2020

With the recent introduction of the European Cloud Initiative in the EU and squabbles around TikTok and WeChat in the U.S., data security has come under the spotlight of public interest. Due to the emphasis on data storage location and privacy in these events, it is natural to [...]

AI Will Change Your Transfer Student Strategy

By Andy Hannah | July 16, 2020

Transfer Students and a Holistic Strategic Enrollment Strategy A week doesn’t go by that I don’t have a substantive conversation with a partner or colleague about transfer students. The topics on the subject vary from: Increasing undergraduate (UG) enrollment by increasing the [...]
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