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Prepare To Support The New Student Profile: Part-time students in Fall 2020

SUMMARY
In this one hour webinar Kristina Powers, President at the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education, discusses: Industry research validating part-time student enrollment trends across 4-year institutions, anticipated impacts for university budgets and provides tactical advice for institution leaders on how to address the operational, financial and learning impacts of the ‘new student body’ profile.
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Higher Education Leaders are preparing primary and contingency plans for returning to the ‘new normal’ in Fall 2020. With unclarity on the horizon, experts are turning to historical research to inform what the future may hold. 

Industry experts, including the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education (IEHE), predict enrollment patterns may follow those seen in 2008, bringing a heavy influx of part-time students. The shift will bring along a whole slew of unprecedented administrative and budgetary challenges, stretching institution economies of scale with limited financial return.

Prepare your institution by joining Kristina Powers, President of the IEHE, as she shares:

  • Industry research validating part-time student enrollment trends across 4-year institutions 
  • Proven challenges of supporting a large part-time student body
  • Anticipated impacts of part-time student enrollments for university budgets
  • Tactical advice for institution leaders on how to address the operational, financial and learning impacts of the ‘new student body’ profile

Higher Education Leaders are preparing primary and contingency plans for returning to the ‘new normal’ in Fall 2020. With unclarity on the horizon, experts are turning to historical research to inform what the future may hold. 

Industry experts, including the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education (IEHE), predict enrollment patterns may follow those seen in 2008, bringing a heavy influx of part-time students. The shift will bring along a whole slew of unprecedented administrative and budgetary challenges, stretching institution economies of scale with limited financial return.

Prepare your institution by joining Kristina Powers, President of the IEHE, as she shares:

  • Industry research validating part-time student enrollment trends across 4-year institutions 
  • Proven challenges of supporting a large part-time student body
  • Anticipated impacts of part-time student enrollments for university budgets
  • Tactical advice for institution leaders on how to address the operational, financial and learning impacts of the ‘new student body’ profile

Higher Education Leaders are preparing primary and contingency plans for returning to the ‘new normal’ in Fall 2020. With unclarity on the horizon, experts are turning to historical research to inform what the future may hold. 

Industry experts, including the Institute for Effectiveness in Higher Education (IEHE), predict enrollment patterns may follow those seen in 2008, bringing a heavy influx of part-time students. The shift will bring along a whole slew of unprecedented administrative and budgetary challenges, stretching institution economies of scale with limited financial return.

Prepare your institution by joining Kristina Powers, President of the IEHE, as she shares:

  • Industry research validating part-time student enrollment trends across 4-year institutions 
  • Proven challenges of supporting a large part-time student body
  • Anticipated impacts of part-time student enrollments for university budgets
  • Tactical advice for institution leaders on how to address the operational, financial and learning impacts of the ‘new student body’ profile

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