International Enrollment Management

Mark Toner
IEM and ISSS offices must work closely together to keep international students at the center. Here’s how.
Jessica Sandberg, MA
Following the test optional movement, will holistic admissions be the next domino to fall in the world of enrollment and admissions? If so, what comes next?
Charlotte West
It will come as no surprise to anyone that after years of steady growth, international student enrollment in the United States dropped below 1 million in 2020–2021, following a 15 percent drop the previous year. A pandemic dip was inevitable—it was just a matter of how much of a dip there would be
John Gallagher
Bringing the human touch to recruitment, admissions, and beyond is the key to making sure international students succeed.
Mark Toner
The return to in-person recruiting will not be the same. Here’s how some institutions are thinking through the dynamics.
David Tobenkin
Pre-COVID, India was heralded as the next big market for international student recruitment—and it still is.
Mark Toner
State study consortia are benefitting from collaborations of their own.
Mark Toner
The pandemic made virtual recruiting a necessity. New technologies could transform it (almost) completely.
Mark Toner
Approaches for leaders to keep in mind as they navigate a changed recruitment landscape.
Mark Toner
As more institutions explore incorporating agents into recruitment plans, several considerations and best practices can help ensure success.