Ruffalo Noel Levitz Presents Strategic Enrollment Planning Forum

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Event to provide college and university executives with insights to be more competitive in today's higher education environment

Ruffalo Noel Levitz, leading provider of higher education enrollment, student success, and fundraising services, will outline strategies for creating a high-impact, data-driven strategic enrollment plan at a day-and-a-half forum, April 17-18, in New Orleans.

The Strategic Enrollment Planning Forum provides college and university leaders with hands-on planning time and expert guidance to prepare their institutions for sustainability and growth. The forum will be led by five RNL executives with extensive experience in strategic enrollment planning: Kevin Crockett, Senior Executive; Sarah Coen, Senior Vice President; Gary Fretwell, Senior Vice President; Dr. Lewis Sanborne, Vice President; and Dr. Michael Williams, Senior Executive.

Forum topics will include:

  • Changing demands and demographics that influence student enrollment
  • Academic program trends and revenue implications
  • Strategies for student success and new-student enrollment
  • Return-on-investment analyses used to set priorities and goals
  • Tips for plan development and execution

Each attendee will have access to an informative set of online materials and the latest edition of the Ruffalo Noel Levitz book, Strategic Enrollment Planning: A Dynamic Collaboration, edited by Dr. Sanborne.

The registration details are available at

About Ruffalo Noel Levitz

Ruffalo Noel Levitz is the leading provider of higher education enrollment, student success, and fundraising solutions. The firm serves more than 1,900 colleges and universities through data-driven solutions focused on the entire lifecycle of enrollment and fundraising, assuring students find the right program, graduate on time, secure their first job in their chosen field, and give back to support the next generation. With a deep knowledge of the industry, Ruffalo Noel Levitz provides institutions the ability to scale their efforts by tapping into a community of support and resources.

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