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I recently returned from a week of great people, great networking opportunities, and great sessions on a variety of graduate admission topics at NAGAP 2017. (The conference for The Association for Graduate Enrollment Management, if you’re unfamiliar!) Salt Lake City provided a beautiful venue, and the feedback on the quality and variety of sessions was overwhelmingly positive.

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For many colleges and universities, recruitment in China is a self-powered machine with no need for outside strategies. Plenty of schools have told me that the recruitment channels from China have been open for years, and students flow in semester after semester with hardly any effort on their part. However, there are hundreds of other schools that don’t have the notoriety of the Ivy League or a coveted location like NYC. It’s these colleges and universities that need to work a little harder to reach potential students in China.

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As a partner for public institutions across the country, we’re tasked with a variety of goals when it comes to helping them with their recruitment and enrollment efforts. While a lot of our work involves digital marketing strategies to boost results across all areas of campus, a core component of how we help them is through delivering qualified names that have expressed interest in their school.  

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The Battle Over Branding

May 13, 2016
1 year, 2 months ago
by Jennifer Lonchar

I’ve heard it before: school branding is not a function of admission but rather the responsibility of marketing. Right? Branding isn’t about tangible enrollment numbers but the overall benefit of the school…

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“Look at a stone cutter hammering away at his rock, perhaps a hundred times without as much as a crack showing in it. Yet at the hundred-and-first blow it will split in two, and I know it was not the last blow that did it, but all that had gone before.” — Jacob Riis

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