In the world of the COVID-19 pandemic, students shopping for higher education options have become more savvy out of necessity. At SightLine, we believe there will be a reckoning that many students will not continue to pay high tuition prices.
Join me as I chat with Ashley Kern and Erin Thompson of Sightline. We dive deep into how Colleges and Universities should be utilizing their data to pivot during and after the pandemic. Who is thriving? Who is struggling?
HOUGHTON — Two Houghton-based, high-tech companies are among 58 across the state to receive direct investments or loans from the state’s Tech Startup Stabilization Fund. The funds are to assist them during the COVID-19 outbreak, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced on June 25.
Description: This summer, in order to maximize retention and tuition revenue, it is critical for universities to connect with students, assess their intentions for the fall, and remove any barriers to their return. The necessity to "re-recruit" your entire student population is
This article is part two of a two-part series to help your institution bounce back from the disruption of COVID-19.
The COVID-19 virus has completely changed life in America after just a few short weeks. Every day schedules, our shopping and eating habits, and even our interactions with friends and family have been disrupted.
Students, faculty, and staff to join us for a brown bag lunchtime talk given by Ashley Kern, founder and data scientist at SightLine, INC., a predictive analytics company focusing on improving university processes through their existing data and resources. Light refreshments will be served.
Finances play a significant role in student success, which we define as degree completion and skills mastery. Students need to feel secure in their ability to pay tuition in order to focus on the meat and potatoes of college life: academics and extracurriculars.
Higher Education is in the process of flux, of swift change that is set to take place over the next couple of decades, with dramatic effects felt as soon as the late 2020s.
Higher education is in financial crisis. The price of tuition for a four-year university degree increases each year while the annual income of families with college-aged students remains mostly unchanged.