A private, fast growing university of 3,000 students in Pennsylvania desired to shape the freshman class and increase NTR.
An academic community, affiliated with the South Carolina Baptist Convention, providing a challenging education grounded in the liberal arts.
A private institution in Ohio desired to more strategically use financial aid to increase NTR.
Even before making the transition to co-ed in 2005, enrollments increased, academic quality improved, and NTR increased.
A private, liberal arts Christian university works towards increased net tuition revenue.
A private college of the arts and sciences desired to shape the freshman class and increase NTR.
A private, Catholic university located near the nation’s capital works towards adjusting pricing and discounting strategies.
Private, Catholic university works toward enrollment growth and shaping the class.
Top public New England university desired to strategically use limited financial aid while achieving enrollment goals.
Public university works toward increasing retention.
A state-supported institution of higher education sought recommendations for future awarding strategies.
A college operated by the Christian Brothers sought to use financial aid to shape the freshman class profile.
A co-educational institution established by the Seventh-day Adventist Church desired to improve freshman to sophomore retention.
A public research university in Pennsylvania desired to shape the freshman class and increase NTR.
A private, independent, coeducational college, located in the heart of Albany, NY with a strong liberal education curriculum.
A state-related University System that includes diverse regional campuses and programs. Multiple projects were conducted to achieve differing enrollment goals.
A private, comprehensive Christian university sought to stay ahead of the curve while examining tradeoffs in enrollment goals.
A private institution in Massachusetts desired to reduce the discount rate without negatively impacting enrollments.
A private, residential, liberal arts institution desired to shape the freshman class and increase NTR.