Building Pathways for New Student Segments: Low-Income/High-Ability and International Students

Future Students, Future Revenues: Part II

Topics: Enrollment Management, Financial Aid, International Student Recruitment, Globalization, Academic Affairs

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About the Webconference

With dwindling state funding, and research funding and transformational philanthropy concentrated at the top, many institutions feel pressure to grow enrollment or change the mix of their student base to fund strategic initiatives.

Yet, as stable enrollments and instructional revenues are increasingly important, they are getting harder to secure as the number of traditional-age, college-ready students are set to shrink across the next decade.

During the second session of our Future Students, Future Revenues series, we'll explore the breakout strategies that have succeeded in boosting low-income/high-ability and international student enrollments.

Presenter: Matthew Pellish