As the graduate and online markets evolve, campuses face new challenges and complexities. How do campuses establish new programs? What are ideal onboarding processes for integrating new technologies? How can ROI from marketing and admissions investments be documented?
In an environment where Online Program Management (OPM) providers take high percentages of tuition revenue, institutions are reconsidering their implementation and gravitating to more cost-effective and transparent online program support.
In this webinar, Greg O'Brien, RNL, Co-Founder @ Noodle and Dawn Hiles, SVP, RNL lead a discussion of the latest research, strategies, and technology to power enterprise enrollment growth and shape the student lifecycle.
About the presenters
Greg O'Brien, Chief Growth Officer, RNL
Greg O'Brien is passionate about expanding access to and reducing the cost of quality higher education for all. As Chief Growth Officer, Greg and his team collaborate with RNL's clients and partners to help drive successful outcomes. He also teaches Marketing at Harvard University and Southern Methodist University. Previously, Greg was CEO of Noodle, an innovative online program manager and college search site. Before Noodle, he was CEO of CollegeBound, and part of the executive team of QuinStreet Education. Greg holds a BS from Cornell University and an MBA from New York University.
Dawn Hiles, Senior Vice President, RNL
Before joining RNL in 2013, Dawn Hiles served as vice president of enrollment management and dean of admissions at Drury University (MO). During her time as vice president for enrollment management, Drury experienced the three highest years of enrollment in the university’s 138 year history, while simultaneously increasing the class profile and net tuition revenue. Ms. Hiles brings a data-driven approach to identifying solutions and strategies that benefit the entire institution.