All posts by Brandon Croke

Welcome to the Uversity Roundtable!

For those of you who haven’t heard, Inigral is now Uversity. Our new brand is an exciting part in our company history.  We’ve come a long way since 2008 when there were five of us hacking away in a room in Berkeley, California.

We’re excited and honored to have the opportunity to continue our work with some of the best and most innovative higher ed institutions in the world. We believe colleges and universities play a critical role in our society, adding advancements in science, technology, job creation, employability, and providing people the opportunity for a transformative experience.

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A Tale Of Two Predictors: How Campus Visits Compare To Schools App Membership

One thing is clear. There is no crystal ball that perfectly predicts incoming enrollment every year. According to Noel Levitz’s State of Admissions Report, with students applying to more schools, putting down multiple enrollment deposits, and with so many other moving parts, it’s becoming increasingly challenging to predict the likelihood that students will enroll in your institution.

In our 2013 Yield Trends Survey, we heard again and again from Admissions leaders that the most important phase of the yield cycle was to get students to
campus for general visits and admitted student days. While we agree these events represent a genuine interest from students to learn more about your university, not all students have the time or resources to make these events. Read More

How High School Students Use Social Media in their College Search [INFOGRAPHIC]

Students today have more information at their fingertips than the President of the United States did 15 years ago. It’s no wonder students are using these channels (social media) to dig up as much information on their prospective college or university.

Ever wonder which networks students are using to research your college, what information they find most valuable, and whether social media is even influential in their college decision?

The answer to these questions and more can be found in the Inigral and Zinch 2013 Social Admissions Report, a two-year survey on how over 11,000 college-bound high school students use social media in their college search.

Share or tweet the infographic below and be sure to sign up for our next webinar on how to Maximize Enrollment with Social Media on Tuesday, May 14th.

how high school students use social media in their college search

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