Answer key questions for enrollment and student success with RNL’s research reports
Every year, thousands of enrollment professionals download our reports to help them compare their performance to their peer institutions, optimize their strategies, and better serve their students. Here are some of the questions our 2020 reports can help you answer.
What are the most effective marketing and recruitment practices?
Marketing and Recruitment Practices for Undergraduate Students
This study dives into which practices campuses use as well as the ones they rate as the most effective, based on a survey of 150+ campus professionals.
How much does it cost institutions like yours to recruit a student?
Cost of Recruiting an Undergraduate Student Report
This report provides key benchmarks and data on enrollment costs, staffing levels, and budget priorities related to student recruitment and marketing.
How difficult will it be for students to finance a college education?
High School Student Perceptions of College Financing Report
This survey of nearly 2,000 high school juniors looks at their attitudes toward and experiences with college financing as well as the impact of COVID-19 on their ability to pay.
How do transfer students search for a new college to attend?
E-Expectations of Transfer Students
This study of 1,100 transfer students examines the resources they use, their behaviors, and their experiences regarding college websites, research resources, digital advertising, and more.
Let’s talk about how to turn data into actionable strategies and terrific results
Our experts in marketing, recruitment, and student success take a data-first approach in their work with campuses, helping them assess, analyze, and act. Ask for a free consultation and see how we can do the same for you.
What are the benchmarks for discount rates and net revenue?
Discounting Report for Four-Year Institutions
Find benchmarks on financial aid, need, yield rates, and more for first-time-in-college and transfer students, pulled from data on 337,000 students at nearly 280 institutions.
What are the key indicators for measuring student success and persistence?
Student Success and Retention Benchmarks
Discover 14 key retention benchmarks for first-year, second-year, and transfer students. The 2020 report also includes new benchmarks on retention expenditures.
What are the top priorities and needs of first-year students?
National Freshman Motivation to Complete College Report
Explore what first-year students identified as their top motivations, priorities, needs, and challenges, and what you can do to strengthen their experience.
How satisfied are today’s college students?
National Student Satisfaction and Priorities Report
Find student satisfaction benchmarks from nearly 800 institutions for traditional undergraduate, graduate, adult, and online students.
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