Transforming the Transfer Student Transition
Presented by Nicole Conley, Temple University
Piecing Together the Autism Puzzle: How to advise, prepare, and retain students on the spectrum
Presented by Kelly McGlynn, Saint Joseph’s University
Supporting Adult Students from Admission to Graduation
Presented by Margaret Place, Widener University
Easing Transfer Shock: A communication Plan for Advising New Transfers and Distance-Learning Students
Presented by Rita Berson, Drexel University
- Carnegie Communications
At TAAC, Carnegie will share some of the specific strategies that have been applied to help boost transfer enrollment and the results colleges and universities have experienced. Geofencing and rooftop targeting to community colleges, IP Targeting to transfer prospect lists, retargeting off of transfer admission pages, inquiry generation for transfer recruitment needs. These are just some of the ways Carnegie Communications is helping schools nationwide grow their percentage of transfer students as part of their overall enrollment goals.
- Student Lingo
Too Many Hats, Not Enough Heads! Or Are Your Wearing Too Many Hats?
We know your students have many demands regarding access to 24/7 support, which means more hats for you. Although we love hats, who wants to wear them all at once! Enter StudentLingo. We believe this support tool will provide your students with on-demand access to student services as well as remove many of your hats. Find out how to remove your hats in 1 minute – Support Your Students With Online Resources
StudentLingo can help you save time and money and can help your students succeed. StudentLingo is a series of 42 interactive on-demand workshops, action plans, and resources focused on helping students achieve their academic, personal, and career goals.
- Capture Higher Ed
- Academy One
- College Board
And don’t forget the KEYNOTE and ROUNDTABLES mentioned in the sneak peek!
Haven’t registered? There is still time, although space is becoming limited. Please register today for the May 25th TAAC Conference at Saint Joseph’s University!