Higher education institutions, both public and private, are facing unprecedented challenges. With unparalleled industry expertise and resources, Huron designs and implements sustainable performance improvement solutions, tailored to be successful in the higher education environment.
Our professionals draw from their experience working in the strategic, financial, operational, and regulatory aspects of higher education to develop and implement the most effective solutions. Our focus on execution enables institutions to plan more effectively and increase their ability to leverage opportunities and manage risks. We have helped more than 95 of the nation’s top 100 research universities and more than 50 of the top 100 institutions globally continue their traditions of extraordinary achievement.
An Enrollment Partnership: The New Model for Success
Attracting the right students at the right price to come to a college or university and enroll, thrive and graduate has gone well beyond the original concept of “enrollment management.” The process of identifying and enrolling those students has evolved to include the entire campus. To be successful, the process should join admissions and financial aid with analytic tools, support services, academic and financial planning, and a multidisciplinary focus consistent with institutional mission and strategic objectives.» MORE
CASE 2012 Social Media Advancement
Six case studies exemplify unique, creative campaigns educational institutions launched with the help of social media; included are: University of Wisconsin – Madison, Webster University, joint efforts between Elizabethtown College and Messiah College, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI), Johns Hopkins University and the College of William and Mary. » MORE
CASE 2011 Social Media Survey Findings and Reflections Presentation
In this case study Slover Linett examines the use of higher education institutions’ social media activities, finding that there is an across-the-board high utilization of similar social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn), as well as a high percentage of survey participants that believe social media can sustain and strengthen the institutional brand, engage alumni, and reach out to prospective and current students. » MORE