The market for higher education is changing in ways that uniquely challenge public university enrollment leaders. For example, how can EMs offset state funding declines by growing enrollment—at a higher price point—while protecting access and affordability? As this already uphill battle steepens, public universities need better tactics for competing in the short term, as well as new strategies for delivering on the institution's broader mission in the long term.
Join us for the Enrollment Management Forum's meeting series dedicated to the distinct enrollment challenges of public colleges and universities. The two-day meeting will feature trend analysis, case studies, and tactical advice specific to publics, as well as confidential discussion with peers who share similar enrollment challenges.
You will take away from this meeting:
- Guidance on navigating the competing demands of consumerism, affordability, and revenue to support university operations
- A road map for refining pricing and aid models—within the parameters available to public colleges and universities—to improve both competitive position and access for low-income and middle-income students
- Tactics for predicting and improving yield
- Strategies for honing the university’s offerings and image to stand out against competitors and increase out-of-market draw
Register now to save your spot.