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Monday, March 30, 2009

Colleges Work Harder To Lure New Students

A down economy usually means a bump in enrollment at colleges and universities: Applications tend to go up as job prospects go down. But in this recession, private colleges especially are finding themselves working harder to fill their freshman classes.

Full-text article by Tovia Smith is available via NPR, 3.30.09.

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At January 9, 2024 at 12:41 AM , Blogger Dawson said...

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"Colleges Work Harder To Lure New Students" is a timely and relevant topic that provides in-depth insights into college recruitment strategies. It also discusses the challenges faced by colleges in the competitive education landscape, fostering a nuanced conversation about higher education dynamics. The text is visually engaging with infographics and success stories of innovative student recruitment strategies. It encourages education discussions by inviting readers to share their thoughts on effective student recruitment and challenges faced by colleges in the enrollment process.


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