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8 Effective Ways to Prepare for Post-Pandemic Enrollment

The impact of the pandemic on higher education has been significant and far-reaching. Christian colleges, universities and schools have been hit particularly hard as many lack robust endowments and the large enrollments necessary to weather the COVID-19 storm. New student … Continue reading

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The Small-College Enrollment Playbook

Five steps colleges can take to rebound from shrinking classes.   By Aaron BaskoNovember 4, 2021 I started my enrollment career as an admissions counselor at Rivier College, a Catholic institution in New Hampshire with an enrollment of 800. I fell … Continue reading

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Always Communicate a Message of Positivity

By Gary A. Enos, Contributing EditorEnrollment Management Report / October 2021©️ 2021 Wiley Periodicals, LLC DOI: 10.1002/emt Optimism in the face of the challenges a small private liberal arts institution can encounter characterizes the leadership at Emory & Henry College, … Continue reading

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Let’s Re-Recruit Students Lost Due to Vaccination Policies

Leaders at every college and university are concerned about retention, graduation rates and headcount.  The last couple of years have made the realization of successful outcomes more difficult than ever. The Covod-19 pandemic had a devastating impact on many colleges … Continue reading

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ALC Records Largest Enrollment for Fall 2021

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Alice Lloyd College is pleased to announce that the fall 2021 semester has recorded the largest enrollment since 2015. ALC seeks to provide the best education, facilities, and experiences for new and returning students. With the addition of two growing … Continue reading

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BRISTOL HERALD COURIER

Local colleges expect to see freshman enrollment to rise Joe Tennis Aug 10, 2021 Emory & Henry College officials said Monday they expect to welcome the largest incoming class in the school’s 185-year history this fall and officials with other … Continue reading

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How They Filled Their Classes

Some private colleges, without great fame, had a great admissions year. They used a variety of strategies, but one common theme: They stayed open in 2020-21. Another is discount rates that stayed high. By Scott Jaschik with Inside Higher Ed August … Continue reading

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Emory & Henry College Welcomes Largest Incoming Class in History

Posted August 10, 2021 by Allison Galloway Under the leadership of President John W. Wells, Emory & Henry prepares to welcome its largest incoming class in its 185 year history. A total of 467 students have deposited for the fall semester, including 392 … Continue reading

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Yale Raises Tuition by almost 4 Percent after Year Upended by Online Classes

By Rose Horowitch, Staff Reporter, Yale Daily News The University has increased tuition by about 4 percent for the 2021-22 academic year, as it comes off of a year of largely online instruction. The Yale College term bill will come … Continue reading

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Six Steps to Prevent Deposit Melt

In light of the COVID-19 pandemic, institutions should be proactive about getting a handle on avoiding deposit melt “Summer melt,” or “deposit melt,” is an annual experience for colleges and universities. A number—as many as one-third—of students who have been accepted, enrolled, and are expected to attend instead decide not to, even after putting down a deposit. Continue reading

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