Think Global: Welcoming International Students to Campus

Think Global: Welcoming International Students to Campus

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Wednesday, August 6th at 1:00pm ET
Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout
Conversation: #HigherEdLive

Across the United States this fall, colleges and universities are enrolling the largest ever incoming cohort of international students. This number has grown steadily over the past seven years, according to the 2013 Open Doors Report by the Institute of International Education. The largest percentage of international students come from China, South Korea, and India. How effectively we serve, connect, and engage these students this fall may determine how effectively we’re able to recruit and retain them in the future. Read more ▸

Travel Season Planning & Preparation

Travel Season Planning & Preparation

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In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine reviews her top ten tips for recruitment travel alongside guest Elena Wong, West Coast Regional Director of Admissions at Drew University. Tune in as they share tips and tricks for the planning, preparation, and implementation of recruitment travel. Read more ▸

Annual Fund FY14 Recap and Look Ahead

Annual Fund FY14 Recap and Look Ahead

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Another fiscal year is in the books, and Annual Fund programs throughout the country and around the world are reporting on final numbers and laying out plans for the upcoming year’s campaign. Read more ▸

How Should You Spend Your Marketing Budget?

How Should You Spend Your Marketing Budget?

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In this edition of Marketing Live,which originally aired live on July 24, 2014, guests Patrick Burt, David Hooper and Jessica Rood discuss developing, planning and executing your marketing budget—big or small—to find a great media mix for your institution, balancing digital and traditional approaches for solid and measurable return on investment. Read more ▸

What Can You Do? Preventing Hazing in Fraternities & Sororities

What Can You Do? Preventing Hazing in Fraternities & Sororities

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Wednesday, July 23rd at 1:00pm ET
Broadcasted over Google Plus, On-Air Hangout
Conversation: #HigherEdLive

While nearly all states in the U.S. now have anti-hazing legislation and most campuses have adopted policies prohibiting hazing, it is still too common especially within fraternities and sororities. While there is a lot of evidence to prove that Greek-letter organizations provide positive experiences for students, many are still engaging in hazing. State laws and campus policies are apparently insufficient in reducing incidents of hazing and campus leaders need strategies to prevent this ongoing issue. Read more ▸