Awards presented at Eduventures Summit include Colorado Technical University, Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado–Boulder, Oral Roberts University, Oregon State University, the University of South Florida, and Western Governors University.
Registration is currently open for Eduventures Summit 2017 where our theme is "Higher Ed Remastered." Remastering is the application of modern practices and new technologies to established models and ideas. Higher education is not broken; there is no need to rip everything up and start again. But stubborn issues merit fresh thinking and new tools open up new possibilities.
Eduventures and NRCCUA are bringing together higher education leaders, industry luminaries, and our team of expert analysts to address the issues facing higher education.
Take your student search to the next level by using unique data driven programs and resources from NRCCUA that allow you to connect with the right students at the right time. Visit SearchDoneRight.org to see how it all works.
ShapingOurFuture.org is our latest educational research website dedicated to the growth of STEM programs. Discover the powerful trends and patterns in STEM career interests that can lend strategic intelligence to future recruitment and enrollment management strategies.
NRCCUA and Eduventures have joined forces to provide the best research in higher education. The addition of Eduventures is empowering NRCCUA member colleges and universities with valuable student insights.
Facebook remains the social media channel of choice for students and parents, but that margin is changing. NRCCUA is a contributing partner to the annual E-Expectations Research report.
New research available, provided by NRCCUA and NACCAP, focusing on the views of Christian students on college planning and Christian colleges.
We all want to be first. NRCCUA's Fall Advantage® can help you be the first to reach your prospective students.
More Students + Less Competition - Higher Scholarships = Mid-Range GPAs
During my time at NRCCUA, the Enrollment Services team is frequently asked about different ways to get smarter students. We get it. Who doesn't want mostly 4.0's in their classes? But the truth is that there are only so many A GPA students out there... and that everyone else wants them to enroll as well. The data behind the nation's largest college planning program, My College Options®, suggests that mid-range GPA's are just as important in building a stronger and larger inquiry pool.
NRCCUA Announces New Partnership Aimed at Accelerating its Development of Innovative College Planning and Enrollment Solutions
Prior-Prior Year (PPY) is new territory for everyone. However, we have a unique view of college search activities which allows us the ability to provide best practices based on our data and experience.
"College Football Rankings and Student Success: Who's Performing Well On the Field and Off?" Find out which college programs top the list of best performing students on and off of the field.
Take a few minutes to read the latest Eduventures Wake-Up Call which breaks down the most-viewed posts of 2016.
It is that time of year again, time for students to get back into the classroom. For most students, this can be a very stressful time: new schools, making new friends, new rules, new teachers, and so much more.
Eduventures will expand NRCCUA’s strategic research and analytics offerings, further empowering colleges and universities with valuable student insights.
Many times over the last several months, the Enrollment Services team at NRCCUA has been asked by our member institutions how to increase the number of men in their incoming freshman classes. The answer might come from several different points in your funnel, but you really need to ...
The National Research Center for College & University Admissions™ (NRCCUA®) announced today the appointment of Patrick Vogt as NRCCUA’s new CEO. Mr. Vogt brings nearly 30 years of experience building innovative technology and products, accelerating company growth, and establishing first-class organizational cultures.
Earlier this month, My College Options® presented findings with the Hispanic Heritage Foundation that polled more than 65,000 high school students, including first-time voters.