How Higher Education Uses Social Media

August 5, 2019

Schools are on a short list of organizations that have been notoriously slow to adopt emerging tech. But within the last few years, as social media becomes more integral to students' lives, educational institutions are finally catching on, and catching up.When it comes to higher ed, there are not only opportunities for digital learning, but digital marketing too. Some schools have taken the reigns on both sides, with mixed results. The infographic below takes a look at how schools have fared with social media over the last few years — what platforms are best, where they've succeeded, and the challenges that lay ahead.

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Shasta College is a leader in higher education in California winning the highly selective Innovation in Higher Education award three times for nationally recognized programs that help students succeed in completing their certificate, degree or transferring to a University. Shasta College was one of 15 community colleges selected to offer a bachelor degree program in 2015 and celebrated their first graduating class in 2018.

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