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Higher Education’s Price Creates Real Consternation

Published tuition prices already keep many people away, but many more students and families are even balking at the discounted net price. The consternation is contagious.
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When May 1 Is More Like April 1

During the countdown to May 1, factor in how May Day resembles April Fool’s Day to students who are just kidding about their deposit or think the deadline is a joke.

Keep Moving Forward Through the Ups and Downs

Life is like a book—and so are work experiences. We all encounter various chapters, some short and long, some good and bad.

That Was Then, This Is Now

A theme of the sidebar conversations at NACAC was growing frustration with the lack of empathetic understanding about all that enrollment management face in their efforts to recruit students.
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4 Higher Ed Paradigm Shifts (and What It Takes to Deal with Them)

Marketplace intelligence delivered at Summer Seminar revealed why “business as usual” won’t suffice for private institutions today.

Trends for 2018

The demographic, economic, and technological trends in the higher education marketplace are requiring senior administrators at private colleges and universities to ask themselves five primary questions.

Private Higher Ed Trends for 2018

Demographic, economic, and technological trends are requiring private colleges and universities to answer five questions.

Tuition Resets: What to Know

Not every college is positioned to make the “tuition reset” pricing strategy a success, but those that are share several characteristics.

Five Drivers of Price Sensitivity in Higher Education

Price sensitivity has become a major market force as prospective students and their families consider what they are able and willing to pay for a college education.

Show Me the Green

It’s all about the green—not only on St. Patrick’s Day, but almost every day for colleges that are trying to generate the necessary revenue to meet their budget goals.

Informed Leadership of Private Higher Education

Summer Seminar 2016 participants gained insights for addressing emerging realities in the higher education marketplace with proactive and informed leadership.

Rethinking Revenues in a Price-Sensitive Higher Ed Marketplace

Colleges and universities of all types are being forced to reshape their tuition revenue strategies due to price sensitivity.