While expanding online programs can be an effective way to serve more students and boost enrollment, informed decision-making is crucial for strategic, sustainable growth. In this case study, see how the University of Florida Office of Distance Learning (ODL) is using labor market data from Analyst to discover new program opportunities, forecast demand, focus marketing efforts, and more.
Despite a challenging enrollment environment across the country, Waubonsee Community College (WCC) is thriving by prioritizing data-driven program development. In 2018, WCC made Toni Ford the college’s first full time Program Development Coordinator. Learn how Ford’s team is using labor market data to identify high-wage, high-growth jobs and create programs that set students up for success.
As pioneers of competency based education and online learning, Western Governors University (WGU) has a reputation for student-centered innovation. In this case study, learn how Emsi is working with WGU on a new initiative to gain unprecedented insight into how their curricular content aligns with the skills employers value most.
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.
Israel Dominguez, director of economic and workforce development, had the gut feeling that liberal arts students possess skills that prepare them for a variety of careers beyond the academic world. He knew he had worked with many professionals in areas such as sales, marketing, or public relations who also hailed from a liberal arts background. But what could mere stories prove?
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!