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Gioiosa, Marie Elaine – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2017
There are factors, such as instructional inefficiencies and administrative expenses, that are associated with the increase in higher education costs. Do these factors have a significant relationship with average net price at 4-year private not-for-profit institutions? The findings of this study note that there are significant relationships between…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Costs, Organizations (Groups), Private Colleges
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Gioiosa, Marie Elaine – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2017
Students and their families evaluate net price when determining whether they can afford a college. But what affects net price? There are factors, such as instructional inefficiencies, administrative expenses, federal financial aid, and state appropriations, that have been noted in the literature that have an impact on costs and tuition. This study…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Universities, Tuition, Paying for College
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Hector, Gerald – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2016
The higher education industry continues to go through changes that it has to manage in very purposeful ways. Several factors have converged to create an almost perfect storm that has taken some colleges and universities by surprise, despite the fact that there have been warning signs for years. Stagnant economic opportunities for families to…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Tuition, Educational Finance, Economic Climate
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Reinoehl, Jason K.; Kowalski, Theodore J. – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2015
Tuition discounting is a tactic deployed by many private four-year institutions as a means for enhancing either tuition revenue or institutional image. This study examines associations between "socioeconomic diversity" and two aspects of institutional grants--"freshman discount rate" and "freshman grant recipient discount…
Descriptors: Tuition, Higher Education, Correlation, Socioeconomic Status
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Williams, David S., II – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2014
An increased amount of energy and effort has been focused on higher education and degree attainment in the United States. President Obama has recently tied the Pell grants into the discussion as a central point in his proposed system of higher education accountability. However, the influence of the Pell grant on degree production has not been…
Descriptors: Higher Education, Educational Attainment, Grants, Accountability
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Peterson, Angela – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2014
"Albert" told his story to special visitor Dr. Jill Biden in order to bring notice to a very unique tuition assistance program provided to Valencia College's homeless students. Not only was Albert homeless, his background was indicative of failure and through education he turned his life around and helped others with similar backgrounds.…
Descriptors: Strategic Planning, Enrollment Management, Homeless People, Tuition
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Wohlgemuth, Darin – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2013
This article presents an applied research framework that can be helpful in tuition and net price policy discussions. It is the classic microeconomic concept of market demand applied to enrollment management in higher education. The policy relevance includes measuring a response to price. For example, the results of this model will allow the…
Descriptors: Tuition, Enrollment Management, Strategic Planning, Higher Education
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Chekmareva, Larissa M. – Strategic Enrollment Management Quarterly, 2013
Private tuition-dependent universities in Central Asia compete for fee-paying students not only within the country and the region, but also internationally--in the CIS, East Asia, Europe, and the United States. In the universities where state financial support is limited or unavailable, steady student enrollment is the key to budget, development,…
Descriptors: Strategic Planning, Enrollment Management, Tuition, Private Colleges