Investments to Increase Enrollment: How Colleges Are Rethinking Ways to Attract Students and Boost the Bottom Line
As institutions look for new ways to attract students and drive tuition-based revenue, how are they blending traditional approaches with more modern methods?
As institutions adjust to today's learning environments in the of the pandemic, enrollment numbers do not appear to be promising, as numbers for the 2020 fall semester were down by more than 3 percent compared to 2019. Enrollment figures for freshmen were particularly troubling, as the turnout for this group has declined by more than 13 percent. In this Roundtable Report by The Chronicle of Higher Education, experts with diverse perspectives from higher education institutions dive into new tactics and concerns that colleges and universities face as they tackle the enrollment crisis head-on.
Download this Roundtable Report for insight into some of the following questions.
- Where are college leaders focusing their investments to cover short-term enrollment gaps?
- How are institutions balancing tight budgets with the need to offer financial aid?
- Has collaboration across different campus departments improved in today's learning environments?
- How will the lessons learned over the course of the pandemic shape enrollment for years to come?
Download your copy of the report today.