Learn what data is available to you and how to use it more strategically across the student lifecycle.
Learn how you can take a more data-informed approach to strategic enrollment management (SEM) using small and big data sources across the prospective and current student lifecycle. Through a variety of case studies and in-depth examples, you will leave this conference better able to:
As part of the conference, you will be asked to bring both enrollment/recruitment and student success/retention data with you. These two data sets should represent a “data puzzle” or a challenge that you and your team are working through. With the guidance of our instructors, you will have time to dig into this data using what you’ve learned at the event to work toward a solution to your challenge and tease more meaning out of your data.
Join us to explore foundational and intermediate statistics concepts in an approachable and engaging way and learn how these applications become relevant and applied in your day-to-day work.
We strongly encourage you to join us as a team with professionals from enrollment management, admissions, financial aid, institutional research, academic affairs, and student affairs who wish to:
When you register two individuals from your institution, a third registration is 50% off.
Contact Sarah Seigle, Program Manager at Sarah@academicimpressions.com or 720-988-1216 if you’d like additional information about the program.
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Learning Outcome:After participating in this conference, you will be able to understand and use various types of SEM data to strengthen your decision making and reporting capabilities.
You will leave the workshop with an increased comfort level with these concepts and a stronger frame of reference as we move into our main conference.
A graduate of The Catholic University of America, John Dysart has worked in higher education for more than thirty years. He has worked full-time at institutions such as George Washington University, North Carolina Wesleyan College and Berkeley College of Business.
Mr. Dysart has consulted with more than 160 colleges and universities in more than 35 states. Working collaboratively with client institutions, Mr. Dysart has been able to increase new student enrollments by as much as 70% in a single cycle, reduce or stabilize discount rates and improve academic quality. While the majority of his consultations have been related to enrollment management and enrollment growth, he has a special expertise in finance and financial aid issues. He has been able to consistently integrate enrollment management with institutional objectives regarding net revenue, budgeting and strategic planning.
Considered a national expert in enrollment management, John Dysart has conducted seminars and made dozens of presentations for 18 higher education professional organizations and has written articles for several higher education publications.
Randall Langston currently provides leadership to the admissions, financial aid, registration and records, and academic advisement departments within the EMSA division. Additionally, Randall is responsible for preparing enrollment and revenue projections, conducting predictive modeling, and providing institutional financial aid leveraging strategy for new and continuing students.
Randall has worked in higher education for twenty years. Over the years he has enjoyed success in meeting or exceeding enrollment targets at each institution he has worked at. This past fall, Brockport enrolled their largest freshmen entering class in over thirty years. Prior to Brockport, Randall worked as the executive director of enrollment management at the University of Northern Colorado, where he provided leadership to the admissions, financial aid, and registrar areas on campus. Prior to UNC, Randall worked at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs as director of admissions services.
Additionally, Randall served as director of Undergraduate Admissions at the University of Findlay, where he was the chief admissions officer and led enrollment management and marketing for the university. Randall also served as an assistant director of admission and then as associate director (regional director) at the University of Denver. Randall frequently speaks at statewide, regional, and national conferences on issues related to enrollment management, statistical data analysis, predictive modeling, e-communications, and marketing in higher education.
Randall earned a master’s degree in Higher Education Administration with a specialization in College Student Personnel Administration from Texas Tech University.
Laura has over twenty years of professional research experience and worked at the University of Colorado and Front Range Community College before coming to Colorado State University. She is committed to helping the institution better understand issues surrounding student success, program evaluation, assessment, enrollment, faculty/staff, research, and operations. She serves on a variety of internal and external committees related to educational research, reporting, and data management.
Dr. Williams joined the Roger Williams team in March 2017 after most recently serving as vice president for enrollment & institutional analytics at John Carroll University in Cleveland, Ohio since 2006. As VPEMM, he will lead the SEM planning efforts at a key time of change for the university and for the region.
Prior to joining Roger Williams, he worked at Providence College most recently as Dean of Enrollment Services. Additionally, Brian has worked in admission and financial aid at both La Salle University (Philadelphia, Pa.) and Saint Louis University (St. Louis, Mo.). His work has expanded beyond the enrollment division over the years delving into strategic planning, and the effective use of data and growing analytic competency in enrollment management. He presents regularly at various national and academic conferences on big data, visual analytics and decision making.
Dr. Williams earned his Doctor of Management degree from the Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University in 2016 as a Non-profit fellow in the program. His dissertation focused on the effects of real-time data visualization on organizational decision making. Additionally he holds an M.A. in Higher Education Administration from Boston College and a B.A. in English from the University of New Hampshire.
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To reserve your room, please call (303) 295-1234. Please indicate that you are with the Academic Impressions group to receive the group rate.
The rate is $169 for single or double occupancy, plus applicable tax.
A room block has been reserved for the nights of January 31, February 1 and 2, 2017.
Make your reservations prior to January 10, 2017. There are a limited number of rooms available at the conference rate. Please make your reservations early. Rooms are subject to hotel availability.
The Grand Hyatt Denver takes pride in providing guests with the best of everything, from great restaurants to modern rooms and skilled service.
The hotel is located approximately 25 miles from Denver International Airport (DEN).
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