Bridging the Gap: From Credentials to Decisions

LIVE FREE Webinar Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 2:00-3:00pm ET

OVERVIEW:

Transcripts connect secondary education with post-secondary institutions, delivering a student’s story through innovative technology. Technology has empowered students to apply to more schools than ever before, which means more credentials for Admissions staff to process. What is the simplest way to connect these credentials to other application data residing in your CRM, SIS, or other database?   Learn how to receive credentials, apply technology and quickly match them to your systems, allowing staff to spend less time processing and more time reviewing.  And then let’s evaluate the impact that faster transcript processing can have on student advising, retention and success. 

 

Presenter: Jennifer Hoege

Strategic Consultant

 

 

 

Jennifer Hoege is a Strategic Consultant/Interim Executive specializing in initiatives centered around the student experience.  She served as senior enrollment officer for a Midwestern community college which enrolls over 40,000 students annually.  Challenged by decreasing budgets, changing regulations and increasing enrollments, Ms. Hoege had the unique perspective as registrar, financial aid director and head of admissions.  She advocated quick action to align resources to respond to the emerging challenges facing students and higher education in general.

Jennifer earned her MBA through the University of Wisconsin in Madison and is certified in Change Management.  She brings 25 years of experience specializing in Culture Transformation, Strategic Planning, Project Management, and Process Improvement. 

 

 

Presenter: Jason Taylor

Assistant Professor of Higher Education, the University of Utah

 

 

 

 

 

Professor Jason Taylor's broad research interests are at the intersection of community college and higher education policy and educational and social inequality. Jason is the Co-Principal Investigator for the research associated with the "Credit When It's Due" initiative, and he is investigating the implementation and impact of reverse transfer programs and policies in the 15 states participating in "Credit When It's Due." He has published in journals such as American Behavioral Scientist, Community College Review, Community College Journal of Research and Practice, and Education Policy Analysis Archives. Prior to transitioning into academia, Jason was an academic advisor at Illinois State University and the Registrar at Chaparral College in Arizona.

 

This webinar is sponsored by:

Additional Information:

2015 AACRAO Strategic Enrollment Management Conference
November 1-4, 2015 (Sunday-Wednesday)
Hollywood, FL
www.aacrao.org/2015-sem

AACRAO's Strategic Enrollment Management Endorsement Program
AACRAO SEM-EP information available at http://www.aacrao.org/semep

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