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Trends | Mythbusting Admissions

Gil Rogers and Michael Stoner have written an informative paper about where prospects and professionals agree—and disagree—on enrollment, marketing, messages and channels. What’s interesting are the gaps between what the pros think they know and how actual students really feel. These … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Admittedly

Admittedly is an online college advisory platform that seamlessly allows high school students, their parents, and guidance counselors to collaborate on the site. The platform utilizes matching algorithms similar to those on dating sites like Match.com and OkCupid to match students … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Campuscene


Campuscene is one of the only inbound marketing platforms designed for college admissions. 
It’s no secret: the college search is a daunting and frustrating process. There are over 7,500 options in higher education, and students are supposed to choose which one is … Continue reading

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Cool Tool | Campus Steps

The majority of high schools don’t have access to technology that can fundamentally improve the success of college-bound students. For every one high school counselor there are 477 students and, on average, a high school student will receive a mere 25 … Continue reading

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Admit This

Optimizing fall college fair travel with today’s technology. GUEST COLUMN | by Gil Rogers Year after year, college admissions officers invest thousands of hours planning and coordinating their fall travel schedules in hopes of engaging interested potential students throughout their … Continue reading

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