Don’t miss out on TopSchool’s webinar "Best Practices: How Student Data Can Drive Recruitment, Retention and Placement", happening today, April 7, from 1-2 p.m. EST.
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Data is a key element when it comes to driving recruitment, retention and placement. Having quality student data management processes in place enables colleges and universities to target the right students for the right programs, and support those students throughout the education lifecycle.
Join Justin Sloan, Director of School Processes and Business Intelligence at TopSchool, as he discusses ten tips to more effectively use data in order to:
TopSchool (www.topschoolinc.com) built the first SaaS student administrative system in higher education to address the key aspects of the student lifecycle. The company’s Student Lifecycle Management (SLM) system goes beyond the capabilities of traditional college student information systems, and includes a customizable student portal, easy-to-use CRM and SIS components, and an intelligent reporting suite. Schools can easily manage all student information from recruiting through retention in a central location, and they can deliver more student services more efficiently. The TopSchool system gives student-centric institutions the power to direct their own administrative tools, empowering them to drive growth, reduce costs and meet accountability requirements.
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