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For college and university leaders, enrollment is top of mind this time of year as we wait for new census numbers. The 2023-24 academic year will be an interesting year to keep an eye on enrollment trends and student perspectives.
Many colleges and universities are faced with ongoing declining enrollments and overall revenue.
In a prior blog post, we shared our six steps to developing a holistic enrollment strategy. But what do these strategies typically focus on fixing?
Every college and university has unique qualities that draw students into its admissions funnel.
For the past year, SightLine has had the pleasure of partnering with Jennifer Green, the Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management & Student Success at Longwood University.
It is no secret that enrollment numbers at many colleges and universities have been on the decline in recent years. This has caused institutions to re-evaluate their recruitment strategies in order to attract more students.
For college and university leaders, enrollment and financial aid are top of mind this time of year. The 2023-24 academic year will be an interesting year to keep an eye on enrollment trends and student perspectives
Throughout 2021, the SightLine data science team worked with Arkansas Tech University and Grand Valley State University on student enrollment challenges, during a time of historical nationwide declining higher-ed enrollment.
It has become common practice in the enrollment management space to use predictive models to target outreach and recruit the right students.
Behavioral science is the study of how people behave, and what interventions work to change that behavior. SightLine Advisory Board member Bridget Gildea - consultant, advisor and SRA at the Intellectual Forum, Jesus College Cambridge - is an expert in behavioral science.
Colleges and universities are faced with the growing trend of becoming test optional or eliminating the use of test scores all together for admissions and awarding.
September 1, 2021, HOUGHTON, MI – SightLine, Inc. and the Foundry Educational Foundation (FEF) have expanded their partnership to grow the Overture Grant program, an initiative to support FEF’s strategic goals.
Testing institutional data can identify uncommon, high-yield student pipelines
Financial aid and enrollment offices consistently have fewer and fewer resources at hand, while being asked to manage more complex enrollment cycles. This shouldn't be a wait-and-see experiment, when there are plenty of institutional and market level data to inform decisions.
SightLine and NACUBO paired up on April 27, 2021 for a webcast on Optimizing Enrollment to Yield Increased Net Revenue
SightLine, Inc., is a growing boutique analytics firm providing targeted, easy to interpret predictive analytics and market intelligence solutions for colleges and universities. We empower higher education institut
Both public and private 4-year higher-ed institutions have consistently increased their prices while seeing declining enrollment yield rates over the past decade.
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.