For admissions representatives, the goal of storytelling is to help prospective students imagine themselves at your institution.
Graduating each student is one thing, but a satisfied graduate builds up positive experiences, outcomes, and your brand.
There is a limited amount of time for outreach to students and families, and admissions staff wants to know: who should I be recruiting?
Learn how recruiters can start to change conversations with prospects on cost to the benefits of value.
Coffee represents the time in which we stop to think without distraction or in some cases stop thinking altogether.
The holidays are an opportunity to spread some good cheer to clients across the country, and to do so while being exceptionally imaginative.
Bob Oxman led student video blog workshops for client, the United State Coast Guard Academy.
Reconstructing the USCGA brand as a first-class military institution has been a PS&L focus.
Ask questions that lead to an opportunity to continue a conversation, connect the student to the others on campus, and truly engage them in the recruiting process.
Successful partnerships with faculty on campus is important for any admissions office, but their expectations and efforts need to be managed.