Please join us on Tuesday, December 3rd at 2pm ET (11am PT) for “How to Use Your Alumni Outcomes Data to Engage More Students,” a webinar co-hosted by Emsi and Ruffalo Noel Levitz (RNL). We’ll discuss the importance of knowing—and showing—your alumni’s employment outcomes when interacting with prospective students and parents. Attendees will learn strategies for effectively leveraging this information in campaigns, and best practices from institutions that are using alumni outcomes to prove ROI.
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This weekend, Emsi is headed to the AACC convention in Orlando, FL! We’re excited to spend time with over 2,000 community college leaders, sharing best practices and exploring how data can help institutions make good decisions that drive student success. If you’ll be there too, please let us know. We’d love to connect!
Emsi is hosting a webinar on March 13 at 2:00 p.m. EST / 11:00 a.m. PST, featuring Michelle Lewis, assistant vice president of enrollment planning at Washington State University. Michelle will share how WSU plans to integrate program-specific employment outcomes data into each stage of the enrollment funnel with the help of GoRecruit—Emsi’s newest tool that helps enrollment management teams demonstrate alumni success. Join us to learn strategies and tools for using alumni outcomes data in your recruitment and marketing campaigns!
Earlier this week, we shared five reasons why colleges and universities should make employment outcomes data a key part of their 2019 recruitment and marketing plan. Today, we look at five strategic ways to accomplish this.
With the new year well underway, colleges and universities across the country are ramping up their yield campaigns. Here’s a look at five reasons to make outcomes data a point of emphasis in 2019.
Before I joined Emsi, I worked for four years at a large public university writing content for undergraduate recruitment materials. In this post, I’ll talk about why I needed GoRecruit and how it can be a game changer for higher ed content writers.