Private colleges presidents are more likely to come from outside of higher education than public college presidents, as two surveys seem to indicate.
Results of the 2016 Independent College Presidents Survey shed light on how presidents at private institutions perceive and address the marketing challenges they face.
If marketing is to take its strategic seat at the proverbial table, then the CMO’s role at colleges and universities will need to continue to evolve.
Presidents of private colleges recognize that today’s higher ed marketing efforts must be strategic (and not just about tactical implementation) and proactive.
Senior leadership still hesitates to think and act differently—even though market conditions necessitate it.
The Lawlor Group is excited to announce that it is collaborating on a research initiative to better ascertain the institutional marketing challenges facing independent college presidents.
Summer Seminar 2016 participants gained insights for addressing emerging realities in the higher education marketplace with proactive and informed leadership.
Retaining entry-level admissions counselors can be a challenge, so we consulted a range of admissions practitioners to learn what’s effective for retaining top talent.
This season is often a time for not only reflecting on the past year’s challenges and successes, but also looking ahead.
It will take “edupreneurial” thinking on the part of higher education leadership to unlock their institutions’ potential to serve a changing marketplace.