How Do You Get More Admitted Students to Enroll?
What makes a student decide on a school? The most attractive thing about any school is the people. When an admitted student gets to talk and connect with a current student, they aren’t just learning more about your school, but they are starting to imagine what their future could be like if they attended. But how do you get that connection?
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How Peer-to-Peer Texting Can Help You Meet Your Admissions Objectives
The digital landscape is wider than ever, especially since physical distancing and isolation have forced us to embrace technology. It’s natural for students to constantly check their phones and to communicate with peers over text. So why not start a conversation today and build a bond with your students early on in their admissions process.
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Reduce Summer Melt With HelloCampus Connections
Prevent summer melt, improve yield, and hit enrollment goals. Introducing HelloCampus Connections. The texting solution that enables your selected guides to connect with, help, and support your intending students.
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5 Steps to Create the Perfect School Videos for Your Live Virtual Tour
Think of these school videos as cool gadgets that support your storytelling powers. Whether you want to use them to fill up a moment when words are not enough, or just to better paint the picture on facts and numbers about your school, we're here to help. The content of your live virtual tour can be the batmobil for you as a supertour guide, let's enhance it with a few simple videos. Learn more about how to create these videos here.
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Why We Love HelloCampus Live (And You Should, Too!)
The success of a college campus tour depends on one thing: personal connections. Not only do students want to make sure that a university or college will meet their expectations and needs, but they also want to find a sense of belonging. A campus tour should allow each student to really feel the campus, help them imagine themselves living there, and give them the opportunity to interact with current students during their visit.
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