Non-Traditional Students: How to Attract, Enroll, and Support the New Norm

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How are institutions innovating to improve continuing education, workforce development, and other non-traditional programs?

Today, the “non-traditional” learner accounts for roughly 40% of the undergraduate population at American colleges and universities, and their numbers are growing. As this minority demographic quickly becomes the majority, institutions are looking to better support their continuing education and workforce development programs.

Watch this webinar to discover how colleges and universities are turning to technology and new academic programming to support the growing non-traditional student population. You'll hear how institutions like Hill College, Southeastern University, and Southwestern Community College are adapting to this new normal, including how they integrating core systems and implementing modern ecommerce solutions to create the seamless experiences that today's learners expect.

  • How are institutions using IT solutions to grow enrollments and address expectations from learners and employers?
  • How can institutions enable more efficiency and better experiences for students, faculty, and staff?
  • How do modern, innovative IT solutions simplify processes for non-traditional students?

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Cody LLoyd, Vice President of Institutional Research & Effectiveness, Southeastern University

Cody Lloyd

Vice President of Institutional Research & Effectiveness
Southeastern University

Kim Oaks, Director of Continuing Education & Business Training, Southwestern Community College

Kim Oaks

Director of Continuing Education & Business Training
Southwestern Community College

Stephanie Adams, Director of Job Training & Workforce Partnerships, Hill College

Stephanie Adams

Director of Job Training & Workforce Partnerships
Hill College

Chris Morgan,, Jenzabar

Chris Morgan

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