Enrollment Manager Issue Archive (2005-2007)

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2007

Volume 3, Issue 4 - October 2007

  • A Miracle on 103rd Street (The Chicago Story)

  • Finding Your Next Superstar


Volume 3, Issue 3 - July 2007

  • Sarbanes-Oxley Five Years Later

  • How to Respond to Recent Changes in Postal Rates

  • Who Are These People and What Do They Want?

  • Is it Time to Retire the Viewbook?


Volume 3, Issue 2 - April 2007

  • The Importance of Control in Enrollment Management

  • Increasing Deliverability While Decreasing Marketing and Production Budgets

  • Where Is Your Discount Rate?

  • Spring Retention Checklist


Volume 3, Issue 1 - January 2007

  • Wesley College: An Extraordinary Turnaround

  • Considerations in Evaluating Your Institutional Discount Rate

  • The Democrats Take Control of Congress: Prepare for Changes


2006

Volume 2, Issue 4 – October 2006

  • Conditional Admits and the Academic Enrichment Center

  • Identifying Prospective Adult Students

  • A New Direction at Ferrum College

  • How Did It Go This Year?


Volume 2, Issue 3 – July 2006

  • An Extraordinary Enrollment Transformation in Columbus, OH

  • Retention and the Academic Center

  • Personalization!


Volume 2, Issue 2 – April 2006

  • Expanded Chief Academic Officer Roles Require New Models

  • How International Offerings Can Enhance Your Curriculum

  • Where Should We Be Now?

  • Proper Database Management Can Improve Yields

  • A Few Things to Consider About New Financial Aid Regulations

  • Be Cautions With Regard to “No Closing Costs”


Volume 2, Issue 1 – January 2006

  • House Defeats HHS-Spending Bill; University Still Receives Funding

  • Advertising Versus Direct Marketing for Recruitment

  • Leveraging and Predictive Modeling in Financial Aid


2005

Volume 1, Issue 2 – October 2005

  • What Vice Presidents for Enrollment Need to Know About Financial Aid

  • Anatomy of a Significant Tuition Increase

  • Working with Teleservices Vendors

  • Leave No Money Behind

  • Uniquely Qualified to Lead Enrollment Management Operations

  • Defining Roles in Enrollment Management


Volume 1, Issue 2 – October 2005

  • What Vice Presidents for Enrollment Need to Know About Financial Aid

  • Anatomy of a Significant Tuition Increase

  • Working with Teleservices Vendors

  • Leave No Money Behind

  • Uniquely Qualified to Lead Enrollment Management Operations

  • Defining Roles in Enrollment Management


Volume 1, Issue 1 – July 2005

  • Identifying a Financial Aid Problem

  • Guiding Principles for Transforming Your Publications

  • Managing Your Recruitment Database

  • Maximizing the Effectiveness of Direct Mail

  • Successful Strategies to Engender Board Ownership of Strategic Planning