The college planning and search process is often described by students as stressful and overwhelming. With copious amounts of deadlines to make and criteria to search for, students are looking for higher ed institutions to support them throughout this pivotal process in their lives.
The higher education enrollment landscape is rapidly changing as demographics continue to shift, tuition costs rise, and students and families begin to question the value of attending college. While there isn’t a one-size-fits-all approach to solving the current challenges, this report will provide valuable information for both K-12 and higher education leaders as they seek to work together to support students through the college recruitment process.
Check out our 2019 Naviance Student Insights Webinar recording with Amy Reitz, Intersect General Manager. In the webinar Amy takes a deep dive into the three trends observed in the Naviance Student Insights report.
High Intent Inquiry Blog Pt 2 - Not All Inquiries Are Equal: What do I do with High Intent Inquiries
Okay, you’ve identified your high intent inquiries – a student that has raised their hand in some way to demonstrate a heightened level of interest in your institution. Now what?
By assigning different categories to inquiries, institutions can take the first step towards focusing their recruitment efforts and investments on activities that have the most impact. Let’s walk through defining a high intent inquiry and identifying inquiries.
One of the most important decisions a student makes is what they will do after they graduate high school. Hobsons’ mission is to connect learning to life by matching students to opportunities across a lifetime of education decisions.
An estimated half of all college students struggle with food insecurity. When so many are concerned about covering basic needs, how can your students be expected to persist towards their education degrees?
Student success is a shared responsibility, institution-wide.
According to Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce, by 2020 about 65% of the jobs will require some form of education or training beyond high school. Whether students decide to go straight to a college or technical school, join the military, or enter the workforce after high school, they must understand what’s required to reach their goals.
A comprehensive look at the 2019 Naviance Student, for the first time we share insights on the postsecondary search of students in Naviance.
Located in New Rochelle, New York in Westchester County lies The Ursuline School, which is an all-girls, independent, private, Roman Catholic middle and high school. We had the opportunity to speak with Elizabeth Roper, Director of College and Academic Counseling, to learn more about how The Ursuline School is using Naviance to best support students and connect with families.
Recruiting college students is complicated, unique, data-driven and a little magical. I’m not going to claim it’s one-size-fits-all or that anyone can predict what high school students are going to end up deciding. But I am going to tell you why you need to deepen the analysis of your student data for ROI purposes and then tell you how Intersect can do that for you; for free.