Are enrollment pressures and NACAC changes keeping you up at night? With these new headwinds, proactive summer melt prevention is more important than ever before. There is still time to have an impact on your 2020 incoming class. Join us for an interactive panel discussion to learn how two institutions have reduced melt and leveraged the power of peer-to-peer engagement via RNL Melt Prevention, powered by Nearpeer, to make students 6 times more likely to enroll.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How to foster peer-to-peer engagement to reduce summer melt
- Best practices to deliver quantifiable impact on your yield
- The experiences of two institutions and how they went about achieving incredible results
About the presenters
Christopher Quinn, Chief Operating Officer, Nearpeer, Inc.
Christopher Quinn is committed to driving innovation that helps students succeed. Prior to Nearpeer, Christopher was responsible for 15 college campuses at Purdue University - Global, as well as Purdue Global's international online programs. Christopher's expertise spans on-ground, online, blended, hybrid, and competency-based delivery; student-focused enrollment management practices; applied learning science and education technology; and international education.
Alejandra Sosa Pieroni, Associate Vice President, Financial Aid & Affordability, RNL
Alejandra Sosa Pieroni is a higher education professional with more than a decade of experience in financial aid and admissions. She previously served as executive director of admissions and financial aid at Stetson University, vice president for enrollment management at Walsh University, and director of admissions at Mercer University.
Becca Hubbard, Director - Retention and Student Success, Office of Enrollment, LSU
Becca Hubbard has over ten years of experience on LSU's campus working in student success, mostly with the student-athlete population. During her tenure, teams experienced highs in retention and eligibility benchmarks, semester and yearly GPAs, and honor roll recipients. In her current role, she provides leadership and oversees the development and implementation of retention-based initiatives that support undergraduates' transition and success at LSU, including New Student Orientations, Welcome Week activities, student success outreach, and coordinating services for special student sub-groups as needed.
Brandon Wright, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management, Southern Utah University
Brandon Wright received his Associate of Science degree from Snow College, his Bachelor of Science degree from Utah State University in Interdisciplinary Studies, and Masters degree from Southern Utah University in Professional Communications. Brandon is currently the Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management for Southern Utah University and has lead SUU for the last 5 years to its largest enrollment growth in the University's history of 51%.