Key Insights From Leading Researchers

The way students and schools connect and engage has changed forever. It’s no longer a matter of “if”, but “how” we build a virtual event plan to compliment legacy communication channels and in-person programs. In fact, research from RNL indicates that over 90% of institutions now believe virtual visits to be an effective way to recruit students.

This webcast, featuring two of PlatformQ Education’s most experienced enrollment marketing professionals, will discuss key approaches institutions must leverage in the near and long-term to best support students through the ever-challenging college search and selection process. Topics will include:

  • Developing a robust yield season plan
  • Building an effective long-term strategy to combine in-person events with virtual programming
  • Ideas for making content engaging to avoid “zoom fatigue”

Register today to receive your personalized log-in link and early access to our in-depth whitepaper scheduled for release in late March!

Meet the Panelists


Marie Elliott

Director, Interactive Marketing
PlatformQ Education

Alice Arredondo

Alice Arredondo, Ed.D.

Senior Director, Client Strategy
PlatformQ Education


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