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During the summit, attendees had the opportunity to hear from guest speakers from Google and Parthenon-EY. Key concepts at the event included the importance of digital marketing within enrollment growth strategies, the challenging landscape of higher education and how programmatic differentiation is critical to growth.
Increases in Google searches for certificate programs, cost and tuition are notable. As students look for time and cost savings, competency-based education could help students satisfy both objectives. The demand for online learning remains strong, and more information about student preferences is becoming available.
Said Robert E. King, vice chairman of the Collegis Board of Directors. “We are thrilled to expand his role at Collegis to include more operational oversight as well as be able to continue to lean on his many years of entrepreneurial experience in developing technology-enabled solutions.”
“Hodges has a rich history in serving both traditional and adult students and has been innovative in enhancing their academic and service offerings to meet the needs of their students. At Collegis, we are honored to partner with such a value- and mission-driven university, and we look forward to bringing forth enrollment growth solutions that will expand their student population.”
Collegis Education is proud to announce it took home 12 Davey Awards this year including five Gold Davey Awards for Design/Print, Online Advertising, Content Marketing, Social in Content and Marketing-Community Building and Engagement as well as Social in Content and Marketing-Promotions and Contests.
Many colleges and universities are still nestled in the values and influences of past generations. If colleges and universities are to be successful, they must find common ground with the new generation.
Collegis is gearing up for a packed fall/winter conference season. Check out where you can meet up with us through the end of 2016.
Collegis Education is proud to be among dozens of presenters at UBTech 2016 in Las Vegas, one of the top conferences in the world to explore opportunities for innovative growth in IT, AV and student and institutional success. This year, conference organizers selected Collegis to present on data security in higher education and social media governance.
As we head into the hot summer months, the conference travel season is heating up for Collegis Education.
There is a misconception that all organizations have to do to be SOC compliant is take a test. It was a rigorous process that took 10 ½ months and impacted every Collegis employee.
Collegis Education is on the move — check out how to connect with us at these four higher ed conferences in April.
Adult learners are smart and savvy researchers who make decisions with their hearts. Institutions have the power to attract loyal and successful students who identify with their mission and values by tracking not just some but all of their marketing resources.
Social media can be a great way to elevate your school’s brand and engage with current and prospective students. But the tricky part is tying social media performance and metrics to strategic business goals.
It’s no secret content marketing is a great way to reach potential students. Still many colleges and universities have not made the leap from simply writing and sharing blog articles to strategically creating content that generates true business value.
Collegis Education looks forward to participating at and sponsoring this year’s Association of Catholic Colleges and Universities (ACCU) Annual Meeting in Washington DC Jan. 30-Feb. 1. On Sunday, Jan. 31, Collegis will sponsor a session that takes a look at real-world solutions for college presidents.
It’s known as higher education’s largest marketing event, and this year, Collegis Education is excited to meet you at the 2015 American Marketing Association (AMA) Symposium for the Marketing of Higher Education. Collegis is one of the Symposium’s many exhibitors and is sponsoring the lunch and keynote on Monday, Nov. 16. Collegis Education is also sponsoring an offsite networking event on the evening of Nov. 16.
According to its website, the 2015 Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) Conference & Meeting provides opportunities to network with attendees from across the spectrum of higher education. Collegis Education is proud to be a part of that conversation this year as a conference sponsor and exhibitor. Collegis’ Grant Tilus is also scheduled to present tips on optimizing video content with Google Hangouts On Air. The conference takes place Nov. 9-11 in St. Louis, Mo.
Collegis Education is excited to meet you at this year’s American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO) Strategic Enrollment Management (SEM) Conference Nov. 1-4 in Hollywood, Fla. Stop by the Exhibit Hall and learn how Collegis Education is powering education solutions and helping institutions reach more students, grow enrollments and improve student outcomes.
Experts on e-learning, distance education and independent learning are planning to gather in Charleston, S.C. on Oct. 20-22 for ADEIL 2015, the annual conference of the Association for Distance Education and Independent Learning (ADEIL). ADEIL is a professional association for those engaged in, or interested in, distance learning. The goal of the organization is to provide professional development opportunities such as the annual conference. Collegis Education is proud to be the conference sponsor this year and representatives are scheduled to present on enrollment growth management and uncovering insights through new data sources.
It’s one of the world’s leading online marketing conferences — bringing together social media, internet marketing and digital advertising enthusiasts from more than 130 countries for a four-day look at the future of technology and optimization techniques to grow your business. This year, Collegis Education has been selected to present at Pubcon on social media analytics and using Google Hangouts to create video on a budget. The conference runs Oct. 5-8 in Las Vegas.
Collegis Education, an enrollment growth management and technology services company, today announced the appointment of Vin Riera as its chief executive officer. Riera will assume the new role on Aug. 31. As CEO, he will be responsible for the overall growth and success of the company. Riera will also join the Collegis Education Board of Directors.
Attending professional conferences provides opportunities for higher education professionals to step outside their own worlds to network with peers, learn cutting-edge strategies and gather new ideas.
Collegis Education, an enrollment growth management and technology services company, will host an Inside Higher Ed webinar called Smart Data for Smarter Solutions at 2 p.m. (EDT) on July 16. During the webinar, Susan Hammerstrom, senior vice president at Collegis Education, will explain how smart data can help institutions make more effective decisions and ultimately grow their enrollments.
Collegis Education is proud to announce Dr. Cecelia Westby, academic director of early childhood education (ECE) at Collegis Education, has been named a 2015 Master Leader by Exchange.
Collegis Education, an enrollment growth management and technology services company, today announced James E. Cowie has been named executive chairman of its Board of Directors. Cowie, who has been a member of the Collegis Board since 2013, will now oversee the Board that is made up of higher education and technology leaders at some of the most distinguished companies and organizations in the country. In addition to his role as executive chairman of the Board, Cowie will also serve as lead director and advisor for Collegis—helping the company build upon its vision and direction as it continues to grow.
Collegis Education, an enrollment growth management and technology services company, today launched an interactive tool that uncovers nationwide trends in higher education. The tool is designed to help college administrators understand the trends impacting college enrollment, such as demographics and high school graduation rates. They can also use the tool to compare rates at their college to other institutions.
Collegis Education, a technology-based education services company, has been selected to present “Taking Your Website from Viewbook to Conversion Tool” during UBTech 2014, a national summit on technology and leadership in higher education, June 16-18 in Las Vegas. During the session, attendees will learn how to use conversion rate optimization (CRO) testing to create enrollment gains.
The value of a college education has recently been under fire due to high tuition costs and poor job outcomes. Now, it’s more important than ever for people to make the right college investment, which involves identifying a clear career path upfront and aligning it with the education needed to successfully meet their career goals. To help job seekers find the perfect career, Collegis Education in partnership with Distilled, a creative online marketing agency, created a career roadmap on behalf of Rasmussen College. The free interactive online resource is designed to help people outline a career path right for them based on a number of factors including skills, interests and experience.
Collegis Education, a technology-based education services company, is proud to announce the Rasmussen College Blog Network has been selected as an Official Honoree in The 18th Annual Webby Awards. Collegis Education developed and maintains the blog network, which won in the Blog–Business category, on behalf of Rasmussen College. The Official Honoree distinction is awarded to the top 20 percent of all work entered that exhibits remarkable achievement. This year, there were more than 12,000 entries from all 50 states and more than 60 countries.
In today’s changing education landscape, colleges and universities across the country must look for new ways to attract and retain students. To help meet the growing demands of nontraditional learners, Collegis Education, a technology-based education services company, partnered with GarageGames to build an online competency-based learning experience that uses the power of gaming to help students master the skills they need to be successful in today’s workforce. GarageGames, which is located in Las Vegas, Nev., is a traditional, entertainment game developer that supports more than 200 universities and schools across the country.
Collegis Education, a technology-based education services company, is proud to announce its Creative team has been nationally recognized for its work on behalf of Rasmussen College by the 2013 Collegiate Advertising Award’s program (CAA). The program is designed to honor today’s most talented educational marketing professionals for excellence in all forms of advertising, marketing and promotion. Recently, Collegis Education learned it had won six Collegiate Advertising Awards in categories including catalog, calendar, social media marketing and recruitment.
Collegis Education today announced the appointment of Colleen O’Keefe as its new chief operating officer. O’Keefe is an accomplished technology executive with a unique blend of global operating and information technology (IT) services experiences, as well as product development and customer care expertise. For the past six months, she’s served as interim chief information officer for Collegis Education and has led the company’s IT department. In her new role as COO, O’Keefe will be responsible for all operational aspects of Collegis, including IT, digital content and curriculum development and analytics. In addition, she will provide guidance around the company’s sales and marketing initiatives.
Collegis Education today announced the appointment of Kimberly Fahey as its new chief information officer. Fahey, who joins the company effective immediately, will oversee all technology and information systems at Collegis Education, a technology-based education services company that prides itself in helping schools navigate the changing landscape of education through integrated technology.