Charmine Mascarenhas, Manager, Huron
Beth Walkley, Chief Budget Officer, Ramapo College of New Jersey
Chris Shea, Sales Director, Adaptive Insights
To support student success and promote on-time graduation, today’s institutions must balance scarce financial and personnel resources, while providing students with the right number of courses.
This balancing act can be challenging due to manual planning processes that are unable to forecast 4 years out, and lack dynamic reporting needed to anticipate course demand.
Join Huron and Adaptive Insights as they discuss how Student Demand Planning can help support your institution’s goals and objectives by:
- Planning course offerings based on historical course enrollment trends and current knowledge of new or adjusted enrollment targets within departments.
- Reviewing planned student enrollment by course to determine the ideal number of course sections to offer and the estimated personnel budget associated with these section offerings.
- Comparing plans with real-time enrollment data throughout the pre-registration and registration periods to support proactive planning and agile adjustments.