Tag: International Recruitment

Diminishing Returns: Spending More Money to Get More Students? Why?

Diminishing Returns: Spending More Money to Get More Students? Why?

Law of Diminishing Returns (a principle in economics): at any given stage of technological advance an increase in productive factors (as labor or capital) applied…

The Perfect Storm: New Challenges for Robust College Enrollment

The Perfect Storm: New Challenges for Robust College Enrollment

Problems in college admissions are nothing new. What we know as enrollment management began in 1976 with Boston College’s Jack Maguire and has only grown…

How to Recruit and Enroll International Students

How to Recruit and Enroll International Students

Recruiting and enrolling international students takes more than simply dusting off the passport, hopping on a plane and talking with prospective students. In fact, there…

Made in the USA: The Headaches of International Student Admissions

Made in the USA: The Headaches of International Student Admissions

For so many U.S. colleges and universities, international student admissions has become a key focus of enrollment strategy over the past 10 years. As The…

The 3 Biggest Challenges Facing Grad Enrollment

The 3 Biggest Challenges Facing Grad Enrollment

Jack Klett, Capture Higher Ed’s new director of graduate and online initiatives, recently was asked what he thought were the biggest challenges facing graduate enrollment…

How to Navigate the Decline in International Graduate Enrollment

How to Navigate the Decline in International Graduate Enrollment

American higher education is regarded as part of that “shining city upon a hill” as expressed by President Ronald Reagan in his farewell address. Long…

International Graduate Enrollment Is Falling — What Do You Do?

International Graduate Enrollment Is Falling — What Do You Do?

A recent report by the National Science Foundation offered more troubling news for U.S. graduate schools that are recruiting international students. According to its report,…

New Year, New Agenda: Saving Private Colleges

New Year, New Agenda: Saving Private Colleges

New Year’s is a time for resolutions. Here’s one for saving private colleges: “think differently.” Why? To avoid closure or merger. Two days into the…

High Anxiety: A Look at Inside Higher Ed’s 2018 Survey of Admissions Leaders

High Anxiety: A Look at Inside Higher Ed’s 2018 Survey of Admissions Leaders

“Not only are a majority of colleges failing to fill their new classes by May 1,” writes Scott Jaschik in Inside Higher Ed, “but they…

As International Enrollment Dips, Grad Schools Need New Tactics

As International Enrollment Dips, Grad Schools Need New Tactics

If recent reports by the Council of Graduate Schools (CGS) and the National Science Foundation (NSF) are any indication, graduate schools need to find new…