The Latest Edition of Octane is Out!

The Octane magazine is a collection of innovative thoughts from enrollment experts throughout the industry. In our latest edition, enrollmentFUEL‘s president, Dr. Jacquelyn D. Elliott shares thoughts how politics, workload, and cost impact Student Search lead generation. EnrollmentFUEL VP, Jay Fedje offers insight in staging a CRM implementation. Cié Gee, Ed.D., provides tips on project management, and Brittany McGee Crawford shares best practices for recruiting. In “Winning Mom’s Heart: The Key to Enrollment Marketing Success,” enrollmentFUEL’s Chief Imagination Officer, Mike Wesner, discusses how Mom impacts higher education choices.

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Lisa Branson
Lisa Branson Joins the enrollmentFUEL Team

enrollmentFUEL Welcomes Lisa Branson as Vice President of Enrollment Systems Chapel Hill, NC – enrollmentFUEL is pleased to announce that Lisa Branson has joined the enrollmentFUEL team as Vice President of Enrollment Systems. In this role, Lisa will work directly with clients on Strategic Enrollment Management initiatives, campaigns, financial aid leveraging, and list purchasing strategies. […]

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Transfer Students - Where Art Thou?
Transfer Students – Where Art THOU?

The community college system across the United States has approximately 2.1 million full-time college students and 3.7 million part-time college students enrolled each year according to the Community College Research Center. In 2017, 34% of the undergraduate students enrolled at an institution of higher education were attending a public two-year college. According to a recent […]

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Smooth Landing Strategies to Facilitate Student Matriculation and Persistence

Some flights have rough landings. Pilots hit the runway hard. They slam the brakes, surprising passengers who jerk forward, barely managing to hang onto their cell phones. It’s an unpleasant way to end a trip. For first-time travelers, it also leaves a very negative impression. During my time in student affairs, I noticed that the […]

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