Glenside, Pennsylvania (PRWEB) March 08, 2016
** Paskill Stapleton & Lord has added two new clients recently **
Diversity is a much-prized quality, whether it’s in the composition of a student body, a membership of a professional organization, a social group, or any other association.
That’s also true at Paskill Stapleton & Lord, the enrollment marketing firm that prizes the diverse nature of its clients. That diversity has been underscored recently by two new clients who have joined the PS&L family; University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) and Pennsylvania Institute of Technology (PIT). In order; a public arts school and a private high-tech junior college.
A public coeducational arts conservatory in Winston-Salem, N.C. that grants high school, undergraduate and graduate degrees, UNCSA chose PS&L for the design of new student recruitment collateral materials and the implementation of an institutional advertising campaign. PS&L will start its work with UNCSA by undertaking a robust research phase, leading to a new creative approach for UNCSA’s outreach to prospects and the public. PS&L’s long-running experience with art schools, music, dance and theater conservatories makes the higher education marketing firm a good fit for a fruitful partnership with UNCSA.
Pennsylvania Institute of Technology is an independent junior college and technical school based in Media, PA with a branch campus in Center City Philadelphia. In PS&L PIT found a partner for the development and implementation of a comprehensive education marketing strategy and a media advertising strategy and plan. The primary goal of the partnership is to generate inquiries, applications and enrollments at both PIT’s Media and Center City campuses.
Headquartered in Glenside, PA, Paskill Stapleton & Lord is a higher education enrollment management and education marketing firm focused on the long-term enrollment health of our client institutions.
Yesterday's release mistakenly listed Eastern University as a client. We regret the error and apologize.