Student recruitment isn’t easy. We have the tools and resources to find, listen to, and engage prospective students online and off. We can reach students. The hard part is ensuring our message, value proposition, and program offerings resonate with the students who connect with us.
On this episode of Admissions Live, we’ll look at data from the Eduventures Prospective Student Survey. Our guest will discuss the ways colleges and universities can seek to stand out from their peers. Plus, we’ll unpack key student personas and what matters most to them.
Nicole LentineNicole Lentine is associate director of admission at Champlain College. Along with recruitment goals and activities, she serves as community manager to prospective and admitted student social media communities, develops admissions and alumni partnership strategies, and develops events and visit programs for special populations. Nicole has over nine years of experience in the industry, and thrives on networking and learning from others to constantly improve and find new ways to connect with students. She speaks about college admissions and digital communication strategies at regional and national conferences including NEACAC, HigherEdWeb, and UBTech.
Dr. Kim Reid
Kim brings a wealth of advanced analytical capability in market research, assessment, and program evaluation to her work, and combines evidence and expertise to help clients make strategic decisions that shape the future of their institution. She has over 20 years of experience in research and consulting in education. Most recently, Kim served as Vice President of Research Operations at Maguire Associates, a research based consulting firm focused on enrollment management, where she created new lines of business in brand analytics specific to higher education, pricing and value, and strategic academic program management.
She graduated with a B.A. in philosophy from Duke University, holds an M.S. from the New House School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, and completed Ph. D. coursework in communications at Indiana University, Bloomington.