For Public Institutions, a Top Choice for Reaching Sophomores, Juniors, and Seniors
As a partner for public institutions across the country, we’re tasked with a variety of goals when it comes to helping them with their recruitment and enrollment efforts. While a lot of our work involves digital marketing strategies to boost results across all areas of campus, a core component of how we help them is through delivering qualified names that have expressed interest in their school.
Specifically, our CollegeXpress lead generation engine, part of our PC&U Platform, has been raising eyebrows as a new and alternative option when it comes to filling the funnel. In particular, there are four major points we often hear about the inquiry services we provide for them:
- The ability to reach so many students so early, and receive large volumes of inquiries from sophomores, juniors, and seniors, is like no other resource available and is one of the top contributors to their prospect funnel.
- The out-of-state performance of the service and the nationwide exposure accomplished results in significant inquiries, applicants, and enrolled students from all over the country.
- The model of the service is one low annual fee and no caps on leads delivered.
- The immediate and significant results all the way through the funnel. Consider some of the results below...
First-source prospects = 5,477
Applicants = 676
Deposited students = 193
Example 2: After just nine months participating
First-source prospects = over 4,500
Deposited students = 26
Example 3: First year participating
First-source applicants = 281
Admitted = 124
Enrolled = 37…24 of whom were from out of state
On average, in their first year participating in Carnegie’s PC&U inquiry services, public institutions experience over 10,000 inquiries that range from sophomores to seniors. There is no better turnkey, flat-rate, nationwide funnel filler available for the price. Contact us today if you’d like to learn more.Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Share on LinkedIn Subscribe to Our Blog