According to the College Board, more than 30 percent of prospective first-year students (and anywhere from 48 to 62 percent of transfer students) evaluate their target institutions in stealth mode, never making themselves known to admissions counselors. They don’t email the institution and they don’t register for campus tours. To reach these students, enrollment management […]
Wayfinding and map data: there are so many (conflicting) data sources out there and so little time– but so much potential! Campus appeal is an important consideration for many prospective student. Lack of campus information could be losing you future students before you’ve even made the pitch. In this episode of Marketing Live, we’ll review ways […]
Organizations across the country are consistently seeking how to develop a digital content that maximizes the user experience and is ADA accessible. Learn how to legally meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and Section 508 of the US Rehabilitation Act, along with keeping your information clear and engaging.
On last week’s AdvancementLive, Joe Lyons of the Cornell Annual Fund said that one of the trends he is following closely is the evolution of “mobile wallets”, tools that make it easy to make payments with a smartphone. The prospect of giving on cell phones has intrigued fundraising professionals since the Red Cross text-to-give campaign […]