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, we are excited to feature a special edition article by Don Hossler, Ph.D. on the importance of conversations between Senior Enrollment Officers and Chief Financial Officers. enrollmentFUEL‘s president, Dr. Jacquelyn D. Elliott draws upon history and offers ideas on improving brainstorming sessions. Vice President of Enrollment Management and Marketing at Coker University, Adam Connolly, M.Ed. writes about recruiting rural students. Mike Wesner, founder of enrollmentFUEL, shares the plusses and minuses of Senior Search, and we wrap up with an article on rankings.

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November 3, 2019
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