Webinar | 5 LRAP Spring Strategies to Improve Fall Enrollment
Would an additional 20 students help this fall? Are you looking to shape your class profile? If so, now is the time to begin planning spring initiatives that will help boost enrollment. This webinar will teach you 5 LRAP strategies you could implement this spring to improve your fall enrollment. To learn more, attend our webinar, 5 LRAP Spring Strategies to Improve Fall Enrollment.
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About the Presenters
Jonathan Shores, Vice President of Client Service, LRAP Association
January 28 & January 29
Jonathan Shores has worked for the past 17 years in Higher Education, previously having served as Vice President of Marketing and Enrollment at Montreat College, Assistant Professor of Marketing and Director of the Research Triangle Park Campus for the University of Mount Olive, and at Plattform, as the Vice President of Marketing and Enrollment. He uses his extensive background in strategic enrollment management and marketing to help our clients maximize their LRAP successes. Jonathan is a proud and active member of the United States Air Force Reserves, and has deployed to 38 countries throughout the world. Jonathan earned his undergraduate degree in Trust and Wealth Management and his MBA in Marketing from Campbell University, and has completed his PhD in Marketing at Northcentral University.
Matt Osborne, Vice President of Client Service, LRAP Association
Matt Osborne serves the needs of our clients and their students, bringing with him 30+ years of experience in higher education, and a passion for helping students pursue their callings. He previously served as the Vice President of Enrollment at Spring Arbor University, where he helped increase their main campus undergraduate enrollment by over 60% with LRAP. Matt supports Team LRAP’s product development initiatives, and continually strives to improve the program to better meet the needs of our students and colleges.