OK. We are past the May 1 "finish line" and now have a good (or somewhat good) handle on what our class looks like for the fall ... Except there are a few issues:
Summer Melt will still happen
We need to fill upper-level courses with transfer students because of retention issues
The President decided she actually wants 20 more students than we had originally planned
Do any of these sound familiar? It's most likely that if you are not "in the top 1% of institutions" you are dealing with one if not all of these challenges (or others!) as you try to shift gears to 2018 but are still on the hook for 2017.
How do enrollment managers find that balance between long-term strategy and just bringing in their class? This webinar will provide some insights and suggestions for bridging short-term enrollment gaps while not sacrificing long-term strategic planning.