Over the past decade and a half, colleges have diversified their enrollment streams and advanced their brand name by expanding their geographic reach and opening up new markets of undergraduate students. The question now is whether the next generation of college students will make the same choices as their predecessors and travel far distances to attend college.
Evidence on demographics and traditional student migration suggests they won’t. Even as more institutions expand their search areas for admissions, many indications suggest the market for students willing to get on a plane or drive several hours to college is not growing at the same rate.
April 27, 2:00pm EDT
This hour-long webinar will give an overview of the future enrollment picture for colleges and discuss key findings from a new Chronicle of Higher Education report, including:
- Forecasts about demographic shifts in high-school graduates.
- Successful recruitment strategies.
- How to find, evaluate, and better match students to institutions.