Category: Disrupting Enrollment

Can Rural Colleges Save the Rural Economy?

Can Rural Colleges Save the Rural Economy?

“Can college towns in rural areas save our rural economy?” asks Joshua Kim. His answer, published recently in Inside Higher Ed, may be a bit…

Digital Tools Are Changing Education — What About Recruitment?

Digital Tools Are Changing Education — What About Recruitment?

This year, the education industry is at a “digital crossroads” and primed for “digital disruption like never before,” according to Jodie Pozo-Olano, the chief education…

New Thinking to Combat Community College Enrollment Decline

New Thinking to Combat Community College Enrollment Decline

Community college enrollment across the United States has been in steady decline since 2011. According to Inside Higher Ed’s 2017 Survey of College and University…

How to Increase Enrollment and Boost Tuition Revenue

How to Increase Enrollment and Boost Tuition Revenue

While we often become preoccupied with geeking out over our technology — and it is awesome, by the way — sometimes we should lay out…

5 Questions About Your Unique Summer Melt Scenario

5 Questions About Your Unique Summer Melt Scenario

In the recent webinar, Frozen in Place, Jamie Gleason, Capture Higher Ed’s director of undergraduate initiatives, stressed that enrollment offices across the country have challenges…

Merging Colleges: Now is Not too Early for Some Institutions

Merging Colleges: Now is Not too Early for Some Institutions

Recently, I talked about the “college bubble,” and I alluded to the fact that we’re beginning to see merging colleges in order for them to…

Free Community College: An Expanding Ideal

Free Community College: An Expanding Ideal

Maybe you’ve already heard the news: free community college tuition in Maryland. As The Baltimore Sun reported last year, Republican Governor Larry Hogan intended to…

Finish, Freeze, Future: Summertime in the Admissions Offices

Finish, Freeze, Future: Summertime in the Admissions Offices

Last month, Capture Higher Ed released a lengthy paper featuring interviews with three of the company’s veteran senior enrollment advisors about what admissions offices should…

Enrollment Managers: What Is Your Rooftop Camper Moment?

Enrollment Managers: What Is Your Rooftop Camper Moment?

My family used to own a camper/travel trailer … one that we towed behind our vehicle for years. With young kids and a couple of…

Timely, Relevant and Valuable: What To Know About Texting Students

Timely, Relevant and Valuable: What To Know About Texting Students

The quote has been attributed to everyone from Voltaire to Spider-Man’s Uncle Ben: “With great power comes great responsibility.” That sentiment certainly applies to using…