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Emsi, Ruffalo Noel Levitz Combine Outcomes Data With Enrollment Consulting

July 18, 2019 by Remie Verougstraete

Emsi’s new GoRecruit alumni employment outcomes data is now available as a part of Ruffalo Noel Levitz’s enrollment growth consulting services. The partnership was announced today and will be featured at RNL’s annual conference next week in Nashville.

Through the partnership, RNL will incorporate student employment outcomes into their enrollment marketing and recruitment strategies as they work with colleges and universities to grow enrollment. Emsi’s data solutions will also provide benefits to RNL clients across the student lifecycle, including student success and fundraising.

“We created GoRecruit to help institutions discover and share what their grads do after they enter the workforce,” said Luke Jankovic, EVP of higher education at Emsi. “Having that data is key, but you also need to deploy it effectively. That’s what this partnership is all about.”

Research continues to demonstrate that getting a good job is one of the top reasons students choose to enroll in college. On top of this, colleges and universities alike have faced increasing pressure to justify the return on investment of higher education. In this environment, it’s more important than ever for institutions to be able to provide reliable, program-level career outcomes data demonstrating graduate success.

GoRecruit delivers key data including alumni job titles, employers, estimated salary, and the percent of grads working in a field related to their program of study. Users can quickly generate configurable infographics to communicate this data via email, social media, program pages, or any other channel where an institution is looking to engage prospective students and parents.

To learn more, check out the below interview with GoRecruit product manager Ashley Safranski:

Have questions? Contact us or explore Emsi’s other solutions for higher education at www.economicmodeling.com/higher-education

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