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'What Can the CEO of a $1.6-Billion Enrollment-Services Giant Tell Us About the Student Life Cycle?'

"David L. Felsenthal will admit it: He’s a "research dork." He’s also chief executive officer of EAB, one of the biggest engines in the enrollment-services field. Formerly known as the Education Advisory Board, the Washington-based company consults with about 1,000 colleges. EAB claims to support a quarter of all U.S. college students with its predictive-analytics system, which helps institutions identify which of their students are at risk of failing and connect them with campus resources. The company also mines its vast trove of student data to help colleges recruit and enroll hordes of tuition-payers each year."

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'Education is the missing piece to achieving our national goals'

"On Tuesday night, we heard two speeches from U.S. leaders that barely mentioned education — and yet education is absolutely fundamental to both speakers’ visions of America’s success.”

EAB in the news

'PASSHE board approves new degrees, streamlines processes'
"Erie County has a skills gap that is not being met by northwest Pennsylvania, eastern Ohio or western New York colleges and universities, according to a study conducted by [EAB]." Read more
'Industry News'
"California State University has chosen the EAB Campus student success management system to help improve outcomes for its nearly 500,000 students. It offers predictive analytics, early warnings, communication, case management and direct-to-student applications. CSU will also provide its 23 campuses access to EAB Campus." Read more
'How Lake Superior State Doubled Applications'
"This year, however, [EAB client] Lake Superior has seen a doubling in the number of freshman applicants, from 1,193 to 2,419. Notably, the university saw gains for all racial and ethnic groups. Native American applications are up 78 percent." Read more
'A Stock Picker's Philosophy'
"The number of major gift prospects is far greater than what most colleges and universities consider it to be, said Jeff Martin, a senior consultant at EAB’s Advancement Forum. So while some might believe the medical school or business school at a university is best positioned to draw major donations, Miller’s gift shows that the right donor can be willing to give to an unexpected cause." Read more

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