Don’t miss Leads360 at the APSCU annual conference — June 20-22
June 14, 2012 — We’ve got a lot in store for attendees at this year’s APSCU (Association of Private Sector Colleges and Universities) conference, the nation’s largest gathering of private sector schools. Though the theme of the show is “Working Proud,” we think this will be the year that the concept of “working together” takes center stage. After the uncertainty posed by last year’s regulatory challenges, we’re looking forward to continuing to challenge ourselves, our partners and other industry leaders to not just adapt to meet regulations, but to rise above and be better at what we do: attract the right students and provide them the best possible experience at every touch point throughout the enrollment process. By starting their school experience on a positive note, we can give students a leg up on a successful education.
To this end, we’ll be publishing new research at this year’s conference, sharing our perspective on the latest disrupting forces facing the admissions department and connecting with new partners and leaders in the admissions space. In fact, we’ll have a presence on stage at the majority of admissions-focused educational sessions.
I’ll kick off two days of informative educational sessions with Gregg Meiklejohn of Enrollment Resources. At our session, Maximizing Enrollment Productivity: How Do Your Admissions Counselors Spend Their Day? How Should They? we’ll be sharing new analysis on admission counselor productivity. The study will dissect the typical admissions counselor’s day with an eye on technologies and tips that increase productivity and effectiveness. Ultimately, attendees will get an in-the-trenches perspective on how to give prospective students the best experience possible at every touch point.
We’ve also been invited to share our expertise on Inclined but Inactive? Winning Over Past Prospects panel Thurs at 1:30 pm along with Steve Winchester of Datamark and Sanaz Pentz of TARGUSinfo. This presentation will focus on how best to deal with inquiries that once expressed interest in your school, but have gone stale.
Our team will be front and center on the show floor, so be sure to stop by booth # 519. And keep an eye out for some goodies hand delivered to your room at the Mandalay Bay Hotel to help you survive the frantic pace of this year’s show, compliments of your friends at Leads360.
This year’s APSCU presents each attendee with the opportunity to learn something new to up their game. We hope attendees will implement the insights and best practices we’ll be sharing so their admissions departments can be the highest performers possible. High performing companies are generally presented with an opportunity from earthquakes like the one the industry has just experienced. They have the opportunity to learn from their own and others’ successes and failures to make better products and provide services that better meet the needs of those they serve.
We’re looking forward to chatting with schools and complementary solutions at the conference. However, if you’d like to learn more, but aren’t going to the APSCU conference, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org, follow the conversation on Twitter @Leads360, @MartinLindLA, @APSCUevents, @APSCUnow – hash tag #APSCU2012 or visit us online at leads360.com/edu.