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Student Search: Dealing with the Dwindling Name Dilemma

Student Search: Dealing with the Dwindling Name Dilemma

For the past year or two, my colleagues at Capture, especially my good friend Jack Klett who lives in the Graduate Enrollment space, kept saying…

Providing New Graduates a ‘Dignified Soft Landing’

Providing New Graduates a ‘Dignified Soft Landing’

Jack Klett, Capture’s Director of Graduate and Online Initiatives, recently presented his 5 Rules of Reengagement during a webinar. Revised and updated from a published…

Episode 11 – Future. Forward. Together.

Episode 11 – Future. Forward. Together.

Future. Forward. Together. is Capture’s initiative to assist institutions navigate the challenges brought to the fore by COVID-19. Unveiled at Innovate USA, Capture’s three-day virtual…

Innovate USA: Capture’s Virtual Enrollment Conference Coming in June

Innovate USA: Capture’s Virtual Enrollment Conference Coming in June

With the theme — Future. Forward. Together. — Capture’s Innovate USA, June 9-11, will bring together the entire university enrollment management industry for a free,…

Capture Announces Partnership with PlatformQ Education

Capture Announces Partnership with PlatformQ Education

Capture is teaming up with fellow Ed tech company, PlatformQ Education, to enhance the online experiences of prospective students who are evaluating and enrolling at…

Episode 10 – Creativity and Higher Education

Episode 10 – Creativity and Higher Education

More than ever, colleges and universities are leveraging creativity to continue to offer value to their students, faculty and community stakeholders. But can creativity be…

Coronavirus: When Colleges Graduate Heroes

Coronavirus: When Colleges Graduate Heroes

By now, one fact has made the news in at least a few outlets: medical students have risen to the occasion. Inside Higher Ed is…

Capture Data Analysis: How Will COVID-19 Affect the Fall 2020 Class?

Capture Data Analysis: How Will COVID-19 Affect the Fall 2020 Class?

Two of the defining characteristics of the COVID-19 pandemic are the scale and the level of uncertainty. As for the scale, every person and industry…

Imagining July 1 … and Asking Questions 

Imagining July 1 … and Asking Questions 

As a former campus-based enrollment officer, I remember July 1 holding a certain ‘joie de vivre.’ Sure, it was a new month, and the mid-point of the summer, but it was also a brand new fiscal year ($$$) and the heavy lifting…

In Praise of Gen Z During a Defining Moment

In Praise of Gen Z During a Defining Moment

There has been a lot of talk in the news about the one historical instance that seems to match ours now: the Spanish flu outbreak…