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Make your alumni proud of their alma mater…and come back and give back! Working on a college campus allows you the fortunate opportunity to watch like a proud parent as students walk across the stage each spring and receive their college diplomas. I’m sure these students walk away feeling proud of their accomplishments and have a love for their school like no other. The challenge every campus faces is capturing that moment so these new alumni feel compelled to donate to the school or enroll again as a graduate student.

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One of the biggest dreams of every admission director, besides enrolling a full class on May 1, is finding the right students for their university.

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You’ve Enrolled the Class . . . Now What?

Sept. 22, 2015
1 year, 7 months ago
by Kevin Roane

So, your fall class has arrived. Right now you might be feeling very proud of all the hard work you and your staff put in to enroll a class that met or exceeded your goals. Congrats—that’s a big accomplishment these days! Or you may be sitting at your desk staring out the window trying to figure out your next move because you came up short of your enrollment goals. Trust me, I’ve been there!

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I’m sure there isn’t a day that goes by that you don’t scratch your head and think about how to enroll more transfer students. Admission Directors across the country are all searching for them and want a competitive edge over their competitors to reach transfers first.

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What About Grad?

Oct. 1, 2014
2 years, 6 months ago
by Kevin Roane

Graduate enrollment tends to be an afterthought on some college campuses—that is until the undergraduate enrollment numbers begin to drop and the university needs to fill the gap. That’s when the graduate admission office becomes the cool kid at the party and everyone pays attention to them! But until that happens on your campus, you will probably find yourself saying . . . what about grad?

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