Signals in the Noise: Maximize Student Engagement with Data 
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by Collegis Education staff
1w ago
With enrollment numbers shrinking, institutions need to maximize student engagement at every point in their college journey, from application to retention and all the way through to graduation. When collected, connected and activated through data enablement, the wealth of data generated by higher education systems can answer some of the school’s most pressing questions. Standard reports and common metrics keep school leaders aware of known issues, but there may be more to learn. Anomalies in data can be informative and predictive. Your data may already be hiding useful behavioral triggers and ..read more
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Top Risks of Underfunding Your College’s IT Department 
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by Collegis Education staff
2w ago
Determining how much to fund their schools’ information technology (IT) departments is an important issue facing higher ed leaders. Even before increasing inflation and decreasing enrollment pools, colleges and universities were feeling the pinch to reduce IT costs and soften the strain on their budgets. However, as institutions consider their options for long-term sustainability, they must stop thinking about their IT departments as a cost center that can be cut and trimmed to save money. Instead, IT must be viewed as a strategic partner for generating revenue and enabling innovation within t ..read more
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Unleashing the Intelligence in Institutional Data 
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by Jessica Conte
2w ago
There is no shortage of data in higher education systems, but the challenge is that it’s often siloed across customer relationship management systems, student information systems, learning management systems, and marketing platforms. Schools are hungry for easy access to insights about the entire student journey so they can increase student retention, improve student outcomes, and boost enrollment. The solution? Data enablement, which is the process of collecting data from the disparate systems, connecting it in a central location that is easy for appropriate parties to access, and then activa ..read more
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Enabling Data to Solve the Enrollment Challenge 
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by Collegis Education staff
1M ago
As the number of high school graduates who choose to enroll in college steadily declines (while costs and competition continue to rise), there is little wonder that shrinking enrollment is a looming concern for the higher education industry. Yet, marketing, enrollment and retention teams are expected to mitigate — or even reverse — these trends for their institution. What amounts to a continual challenge for most institutions is now further complicated by a host of market factors:  First, there is fierce competition for the attention of the same student population — and that is driving s ..read more
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Improving Learning Experiences via Data Enablement 
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by Jessica Conte
1M ago
Connected, free-flowing data can be the key to understanding the student journey and positively impacting outcomes, but many colleges and universities struggle to discern clear insights from data that is siloed in separate systems. Collecting, connecting and activating data — which we call “data enablement” — can break down silos to inform decisions and drive success. Good news: The process doesn’t have to be painful. Collegis Sr. Manager of Data Onboarding Bryan Chitwood, Ph.D., explains how a sequential process for enabling data can modernize and improve experiences for an institution’s key ..read more
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Lessons Learned: Transitioning from an OPM Relationship
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by Dr. Tracy Chapman
2M ago
Dr. Tracy Chapman shares insights from her experiences separating from OPM relationships during her previous positions in higher education leadership. Twenty years ago, the online program management (OPM) revenue-share model introduced an opportunity for colleges and universities to enter the online education arena without the risk of upfront investment. The online education market has since matured and, in numerous cases, the OPM model has actually prevented institutions from developing the internal capacity and capabilities they need to thrive in today’s competitive market. However, institut ..read more
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Technology and Data Fuel Higher Education Success for Everyone 
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by Collegis Education staff
2M ago
Technology and data are cornerstones of higher education success. Gone are the days when IT was its own world and didn’t touch every aspect of the college experience, from faculty to students to administration. Now, technology and data are embedded everywhere, and their impact on the student experience begins long before enrollment. The Impacts of Data and Technology Across 5 Key Higher Ed Stakeholders 1. The Prospective Student A prospective student’s first exposure to a school is likely through its website. Students will expect to easily find the information they’re seeking with fast an ..read more
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How to Plan for a Successful OPE Partnership  
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by Dr. Tracy Chapman
2M ago
Part three of a three-part series. If your institution wants to maintain control of the future of its programs but needs help getting started or making a switch from an OPM, an online program enablement (OPE) partnership may be the answer. OPEs provide data transparency, support development of your team and position your programs for long-term success. OPE companies typically operate in a fixed fee or hybrid model, requiring financial investment from the institution in lieu of an OPM revenue share agreement. The benefit is that when your programs do take off, the profit is all yours. Four Fact ..read more
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OPE: A Better Alternative for Long-Term Growth
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by Elise Povejsil
3M ago
Part two of a three-part series.  Many of today’s higher education leaders recognize they need help to launch and grow their online programs and certificates. That’s why some have turned to private sector companies to help establish and guide these programs. The two most common types of providers and the models they use when working with schools include:  OPM (online program management) companies: Offer turnkey services to help institutions bring programs online in return for a sizeable share of the tuition over a set period of time. Solutions are typically one-size-fits-all.  ..read more
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The Hidden Secrets of an Online Program Management Company
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by Elise Povejsil
3M ago
Part one of a three-part series.   As the popularity of online higher education programs grows, the need to have the right infrastructure and processes in place to attract, support and retain these students – and understand how they differ from on-campus students – grows more important. Most institutions are not equipped to support, at scale, the kinds of flexible online and hybrid courses and programs that today’s online students require.  That’s why so many colleges and universities have sought the help of online program management (OPM) companies to transition their establish ..read more
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