“It’s interesting information, but what do we do with it?” When it comes to alumni outcomes data, this is the question many institutions face. Is it merely nice-to-know information? Or can it help move the needle on mission-critical priorities? To help answer this question, here are six of the top ways colleges and universities can put their outcomes data to work.
As enrollment across higher education continues to decline, colleges and universities face even greater pressure to bring in new students and offer a compelling return on investment. In this environment, Widener University is proactively using labor market data to offer relevant, responsive programs and ensure long-term financial sustainability.
Emsi is thrilled to announce GoRecruit — a powerful new way for enrollment management teams to demonstrate alumni success, engage prospective students, and drive enrollment. Read on to learn more and get a first look at this new tool from Emsi!
Where do graduates move after college? Emsi’s latest research looks at alumni migration patterns for state universities, elite schools, community colleges, and online schools.
Here are some key takeways and a video recording of Dr. Jenna Crabb’s presentation on leveraging alumni outcomes data to drive college effectiveness. Speaking from her experience as Director of Career Services at the University of New Mexico, Jenna demonstrates how she uses Alumni Insight to quickly run reports and deliver valuable information to students, faculty and administration, and the university’s employer partners.
Next week, Emsi is pleased to host a webinar with Dr. Jenna Crabb, director of career services at the University of New Mexico (UNM) and president of the New Mexico Consortium of Career Educators and Employers. Jenna will demonstrate how she uses Alumni Insight to quickly deliver relevant outcomes data to current students, faculty, and employer partners at UNM. She will also talk about the impact this data is having and possibilities for expanding that impact in the future. Please register to join us at 11:00 am PDT (2:00 pm EDT) on Wednesday, August 29!