Thursday April 2, 2020 @ 2:00 pm ET
Over the past couple weeks, we’ve been in active dialogue and discussion with many of our clients, providing counsel and working together on what has quickly emerged into one of the most significant and pressing challenges higher education has ever faced. Carnegie Dartlet is here to partner with you and help in whatever way we can. We invite you to join us this Thursday for a virtual workshop discussion surrounding the strategic issues and challenges related to COVID-19 and your active and future enrollment cycles.
In this 90-minute webinar, we’ll touch on our recent research with current college students and their views and concerns related to COVID-19; how to navigate family matters for current students dealing with the situation differently and living in the same household; and streaming services that can help you meet your current (and prospective) students where they are right now, followed by a live Q&A session.
The Impact of COVID-19 on Current College Students
Get an exclusive reveal and analysis of the mentality of over 5,200 current students from a custom survey conducted by the Carnegie Dartlet Research team this past week.
Maintaining the Affinity of Current Students
It's long been argued that student engagement leads to student retention, and in our hyper-competitive recruitment environment, student persistence is a crucial piece of enrollment management strategy. Evaluating, executing, and perhaps redefining engagement in the midst of COVID-19 in ways that positively contribute to optimal enrollment has become center stage as we work to hold the affinity of current students.
Reaching Students During COVID-19 With Streaming Media
Due to social distancing and shelter-in-place orders all across the country, our audiences are spending more time than ever before in front of TV screens and other electronic devices. We'll share advice on how to use streaming media advertising to ensure that your school's brand is staying top-of-mind with this very captive audience.