Next-Generation Challenges and Opportunities for Enrollment Management
JUNE 14, 2016 | WESTIN BOSTON WATERFRONT | BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS
Thank you to all our speakers and attendees for helping make Enrollment Management Day 2106 a success! Stay tuned, we’ll provide content, recaps, and pictures soon.
Tammy Erickson, McKinsey Award-winning author and leading expert on generational differences, will kick-off our event and unveil a new body of research entitled, “Your Next Recruiting Class: What Are They Really Thinking.”
Kim Reid, Principal Analyst and lead for our Enrollment Management research, will share results from her latest research and lead a discussion on insights, trends, student preferences, and personas that are shaping the college decision-making process.
Richard Garrett, Eduventures Chief Research Officer, will discuss our new tool, the Student Experience Dashboard (SED). The SED addresses the missing piece of the higher education value and accountability conversation: detailed data across peer institutions on what matters most, the student experience.
Jeff Alderson, Principal Analyst and lead for our Technology research, will unveil a data-informed approach to recruitment, retention, and enrollment planning and discuss how the right technology infrastructure is integral to strategic enrollment management planning.
Enrollment Management Leadership Panel
Gain perspectives from three Enrollment Management leaders in an open discussion about aligning institutional mission with enrollment goals and its impact to improve institutional outcomes. Panelists include:
Kasey Urquidez, Vice President, Enrollment Management & Student Affairs Advancement and Dean, Undergraduate Admissions, University of Arizona
Arlene Cash, VP for Enrollment Management Center for Continuing Education, VP for Enrollment Management, Guilford College
Jefferson Blackburn-Smith, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Otterbein College
Participants will join in a facilitated workshop session that will focus on how your institution can prepare to engage with the next-generation of college-bound students.