Recruiting and Accommodating New Student Segments

Future Students, Future Revenue, Part 2

Topics: Academic Affairs, Academic Planning, Administration and Finance, Enrollment Management, Revenue Enhancement, International Students, Special Populations, Student Experience, Student Affairs, Transfer Students, Adult Learners, International Student Recruitment, Globalization, Facilities and Operations

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About the Webconference

Recognizing that traditional student populations will become increasingly competitive to recruit, this webconference will profile alternative student segments that can diversify undergraduate enrollments. While groups such as community college transfers, international English language learners, and adult degree completers make up relatively small percentages of enrollment at most colleges and universities, evidence indicates they represent the best opportunities for growth over the next decade.

During the second session of our Future Students, Future Revenues webconference series, attendees will get a detailed analysis on the size and growth rates of different student sub-segments.

The webconference will explore recruiting strategies, preferred program structures, and required student services for each population. It will also explore what these changes mean for Facilities leaders in terms of space needs.