Our top 5 posts of the year
This has been a transformative year thanks to COVID-19. The way students and schools connect and engage has evolved at a rapid pace. Our partners have learned so much and adapted as they seek to stay ahead in this new reality.
We’ve assembled a roundup of our top 5 posts of 202. Check them out. Share them with your friends. And if you haven’t already, contact us to get started!
The largest virtual event of the summer! This webcast featured some of the brightest minds in higher education discussing a very challenging topic … a fall without traditional college fairs and high school visits as a method of reaching and engaging students.
#2 – Into the Unknown
No surprise here. This follow-up panel to Farewell Fall Travel served as a preview for what was to come as institutions scrambled to find ways to replicate in-person experiences with virtual options. This amazing panel made some very bold and smart predictions and recommendations that will hold true as we look ahead to early 2021 and yield.
Prior to the the massive outbreak of COVID-19 in the US, our team assembled recommendations for key shifts to strategies and tactics. We recognized COVID-19 or not, there are always situations that can impact attendance at your events … from travel delays to weather.
#4 – Moving your in-person admitted student day online
As we head in to yield season for 2021, these recommendations in large part will still hold true. This post gives some great tips for shifting your marquee campuse and regional programs to a virtual environment in meaningful ways.
#5 – Re-Imagining New Student Orientation
Leveraging Conduit Workflow, the University of Connecticut quickly developed a new student orientation for Fall 2020 that served their 5 campuses and over 7,000 students with an over 90% completion rate. This dedicated instance of Conduit can be set up in 4 weeks or less.
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