ADHE605 Enrollment Management, Admissions, and Finance in Higher Education (3 semester hours)

This foundational course presents an array of enrollment management processes and strategies that contribute to recruitment, retention, admission, and enrollment of students at institutions of higher education, both undergraduate and graduate. Particular attention will be given to the role of various stakeholders in relation to various factors influencing enrollment and admissions: financial aid, scholarships, educational readiness, diversity considerations, academic standards, learning formats, and institutional goals. Students will be exposed to recruitment and enrollment strategies based on current research, enrollment prediction and selection practices, marketing, applicable advisement practices, ethical guidelines, and institutional standards pertaining to student success.

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...Courses ADHE601 Introduction to Higher Education Administration ADHE605 Enrollment Management, Admissions, and Finance in Higher...