4 Offbeat Strategies To Drive Student Enrollment In Colleges

| October 10, 2018

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Higher education enrollment across the United States is on a dip since 2012. There are multiple factors contributing to this decline. Although America has one of the best higher education systems in the world, it is also one of the most expensive. Government funding has been dropping, immigration laws keep changing, students keep applying to too many colleges resulting in unpredictable yields, and online education continues to explode. The future could be bright for those colleges willing to offer competitive pricing, but for those not strategizing a price dip, what can drive better enrollment? Apart from increasing their geographical footprint or opting for an integrated marketing approach encompassing multiple channels, here are 4 strategies that could turn things around for the best and drive student enrollment in colleges.

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