Admission officers know that it’s a highly competitive market place. And there can be many obstacles and barriers to finding, enrolling, and retaining students. The last thing admission officers want to do is have barriers put in their way.
Minneapolis 2040: The most wonderful plan of the year
Wednesday December 12, 2018
By Jenny Schuetz Perhaps proximity to the North Pole has its advantages. On December 7, Santa Claus (a.k.a. the Minneapolis City Council) delivered an early holiday gift to Twin Cities urbanists: several key zoning reforms, neatly packaged in an 1100-page comprehensive plan. YIMBYs around the …
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Liz Schmitt, Chief Enrollment and Student Affairs Officer at Miss Porter’s School, an all girl’s K-12 school in Connecticut shares insights into how onBoard, Blackbaud’s enrollment management system, makes the admission process cleaner and easier to access.
Take two minutes to watch the video above to learn from Liz’s experience. From personalizing the parent experience, the enrollment and retention benefits of accessing a fully integrated database, to no longer chasing contracts!
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By John R. AllenInspiration around issues of race and civility in America is in short supply. Racist, xenophobic language coming from social media platforms to the White House has corroded public discourse and widened the longstanding divides in the body politic. Rather than despair, I …
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