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A newer and better way to engage students With college fairs cancelled, limited in-person meetings, virtual info sessions, lack of test names and students second-guessing their college plans, it’s not surprising that undergraduate enrollment was down 4.0% this fall, as noted by the National Student Read More

GME 101: The Value of Student Recruitment

The Integral Role that Recruiters Play in the Graduate Management Education (GME) Community Stephen Taylor is the Research Director for BusinessCAS. This is the second post — read the first one here — in a new blog series, in which he'll explore the evolving best practices Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: International Student Trends, Harvard Ruling and Revenue Outlooks

Prospective international students say pandemic won’t change their plans to enroll in U.S. schools Approximately 50% of prospective international students surveyed in August — and 67% of prospective immigrant students — said COVID-19 has not affected their plans to enroll at U.S. colleges and universities. Read More

The Acceleration of Change: The Future of Admissions — During and After the Pandemic

Nearly a year into the pandemic, many of its potential effects on higher education are still not easy to discern. There is no clear answer, for example, to the question of why undergraduate enrollment was down 4.4% this fall, while graduate enrollment was up 2.9%.1 Read More
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The Undergraduate to Graduate Connection: Establishing Programs to Boost Retention and Drive Enrollment

Enrollment leaders explore new approaches to graduate recruitment in our on-demand webinar with the Common App  Every level of higher education comes with its unique challenges — and in today’s highly interconnected world, the solutions to these problems will increasingly rely on cooperation that transcends Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Data collection, MBA hiring and fewer FAFSA applications

Most admissions officers believe the pandemic will affect their ability to collect data A recent survey of admissions officers at nearly 400 colleges and universities indicates that more than 50% “believe the COVID-19 pandemic will have a profound or substantial impact on the data they Read More
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GME 101: Exploring New and Evolving Best Practices in GME Administration

Innovative Strategies and Best Practices from Across the Graduate Management Education (GME) Community Stephen Taylor is the Research Director for BusinessCAS. This is the first post in a new blog series, in which he'll explore the evolving best practices and strategies the GME field will Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: Student Stress, Revenue Declines and Transfer Trends

College students are struggling with anxiety Twenty percent of recently surveyed college students said they are “constantly anxious” and 81% reported that they “are dealing with some level of anxiety.” Although most are not seeking professional help, many have made lifestyle changes to help them Read More

Highlights from Higher Ed: College Costs, Gen Z’s Quest for Diversity and MBA Rankings

College costs rose at a historically low rate this year The annual cost of attending college has risen again, albeit at the lowest rate in decades. “Average public, four-year, in-state tuition rates, as well as average tuition rates at private, nonprofit four-year institutions, saw their Read More

Remapping Graduate Recruitment for 2021: Strategies to Identify and Engage New Applicant Pools

On-Demand Webinar Explores New Methods And Tools To Elevate Graduate Recruitment The “map” for graduate recruitment is changing. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, international applications were declining in many fields, and travel restrictions to the United States signal this trend will continue into the foreseeable Read More