1. Western Illinois University Uses Enrollment Intelligence to Strengthen Their Existing Predictive Model
Andrew Borst, Director of Admissions at Western Illinois University, discusses how WIU uses predictive modeling to drive decisions, and how social behavioral data derived from Enrollment Intelligence adds value to their existing model.
As part of our International Student Perspectives webinar recap, we interviewed guest panelist, Dr. Amy Morgenstern, to discuss her firsthand experience consulting with international students during the college admissions process. Her unique perspective on the cultural, familial and academic expectations of her U.S.
Today is “Giving Tuesday” (or you may see it on social media as #GivingTuesday) for companies and colleges across the globe. So we figured what better way to tell you about the big event than to hear it from our own TargetX advancement gurus 🙂
We asked our Director of Advancement, Wendy Davis and Project Manager, Megan Sneeringer to tell us more about the day and what it means for higher ed.
Data Perspectives-On-Prospective-Students analyzes and compiles trends in social behavioral data from hundreds of thousands of Uversity user interactions. We’re liberating our data to help you make sense of the admissions process from an entirely new angle. Things are about to get very interesting.
Company to focus on advancing its predictive technology that helps higher education institutions combat trends in declining enrollment.
San Francisco, CA – Uversity, the first to apply advanced predictive technology to existing enrollment models in the higher education market, announced today that they have completed another round of funding.
Attendees at TargetX’s annual CRM Summit this summer in Vegas received a sneak peek at a new documentary, “Ivory Tower: Is College Worth the Cost?“, produced by CNN. Thankfully, we had a cocktail hour prior to the screening as for some it was a movie with a tough message to absorb for those of us in higher education.
Our higher education community is growing more and more focused on recruiting international students. But are we adequately prepared to support students from outside of the U.S. throughout our complicated admissions process?
The results from our first survey of international students are in! The 2014 International Student Perspectives surveyed newly enrolled international students to identify the motivations and challenges of studying abroad in the United States. We wanted to get straight to the heart of their experience, while it’s still fresh in their minds, with questions about the who, what and how of the admissions process.
The Uversity team went to Denver, Colorado to conduct research at a local high school college fair, the National NACAC College Fair and three high school visits. Here are our key takeaways.
Spoiler Alert: If you have ever gone on the road to recruit high school students, you will be nodding your head.
International students make up 4% of the enrolled student population at U.S. institutions, and while this may sound like a surprisingly low number, it’s important to acknowledge the tremendous fiscal impact that their annual contributions have on the country (to the tune of $24 billion!).
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