Learn how you can build a stronger working relationship between admissions and housing in an effort to help both areas meet their annual goals.
In an increasingly competitive higher education marketplace, it is crucial that housing and enrollment management work closely together to ensure that they are selling one, cohesive student experience to potential students.
Through ongoing dialogue, consistent policies and messaging, and, most importantly, regular data sharing, both enrollment management and housing can achieve their annual yield and enrollment goals. Drawing on the experience of our instructors, who represent both admissions and housing at a wide range of institutions, you will take the first steps in building a stronger working relationship between admissions and housing in an effort to help both areas meet their annual goals.
ATTENDING THE ACUHO-I ANNUAL CONFERENCE & EXPOSITION?
This event takes place in Minneapolis during the three days directly following the ACUHO-I Annual Conference & Exposition.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND
This program is designed for any campus professional with responsibilities for recruiting and retaining residential students. Directors, associate directors and assistant directors of housing, housing and residence life, or housing administrative services are all encouraged to attend, as are directors, associate directors, and assistant directors of admissions and financial aid. Because one of the goals of the conference is strengthening the partnership between housing and enrollment management, cross-functional teams from these two areas are strongly encouraged to attend.