Posts By Angie Mohr
Build a website that drives traffic to your online degree program by putting students first. Learn more about how to make a successful website in higher ed.
College recruitment strategies have had to adapt rapidly in the past two years. Attracting students requires a completely different approach with today’s always-on digital audience and fewer geographical constraints for online program enrollment.
Understanding how to market to college students isn’t brain surgery, but it does require a deep understanding of what prospective students are looking for. Keep in mind that today’s college-bound students may be the most cost-conscious, practical, and savvy consumers you’ve ever courted.
Looking to increase student engagement? Among student engagement strategies, asking students questions is one simple way to personalize their experience.
As higher education emerges from the throes of the pandemic, read how online leaders are taking stock of COVID 19’s impact on the future of online learning.
Online learning has gone mainstream in a way unimaginable only a few months ago. And as the Fall semester comes into focus, answers around what might happen in the Fall still remain unclear.
Archer’s team of enrollment marketing experts took a look at seven of the top 20 fastest-growing occupations, according to BLS and performed a high-level program analysis for each one. See what we found.
Download your free copy of Archer's value proposition worksheet - a step by step guide to discover what makes your institution stand out and add value for prospective students.
If your institution is interested in expanding its online programs to new geographies, then this eBook is for you.
Choosing the right programs to offer online can be a critical factor in determining the initiative’s success. While the “right programs” are different for every institution, job market data is one very helpful piece...
Trinity initially approached Archer looking for help generating inquiry volume with our proven cost-per-inquiry program. But we saw a much greater opportunity than just generating initial inquiries for the university.