Connecting with students has become extremely difficult. Voice calls go unanswered, emails are largely ignored. This can be especially frustrating when the essence of your job is to communicate with students. We are pleased to provide some resources to help your staff start connecting with students via text messaging. BLOG: Simple Example Text Messages TEXTING FROM ORIENTATION TO GRADUATION: ENGAGING … Continued
A ’60s philosopher nails it with a theory that holds even truer today.
You want to text students. But you don’t want to break the law. (Orange may be the new black, but it’s still not your color.) Lucky for you, it’s fairly easy to stay in compliance.
Practical tips to new increase transfer enrollment Transfer students have very different perspectives than first-year students. First-year students are often trying to figure out who they want to become and where they want to do so. Transfer students are much more discerning and have already had concrete experiences. They want to know what they will become … Continued
Do not come to my office. And I’m mostly serious.
How to achieve higher yield rates, and other lessons learned through a full enrollment cycle
Why you should (almost) always end student texts with “?”
Stop relying on voicemail and email – and start texting with families directly.
Leaving them voicemail is considered rude and email is for old people.
Endless emails and phone calls are not that fun or effective anyway.