International Enrollment Management

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.
Hal Conick
Get personal and think creatively to attract international students and keep them engaged, say enrollment management professionals.
Eddie West, MA
Addressing greenhouse gas emissions from aviation is a defining challenge, and opportunity, of the next 10 years for international enrollment management practitioners.
Angel B. Pérez, PhD
The short- and long-term effects of test-optional policies to boost equity and access.
Jessica Sandberg, MA
Practical steps to address threats to, and advocate for, IEM during the pandemic.
John Gallagher
The pandemic forced institutions to make quick decisions about their testing policies, and the long-term effects are yet to be seen.
Mark Toner
As international students stay home, the financial impact of the pandemic on U.S. institutions could exceed $3 billion. Short-term strategies can lead to long-term successes.