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Ardeo & NACAC: Webinar Discussion on How to Yield Your Class in Uncertain Times

Uncategorized June 9, 2020

Join Ardeo Education Solutions and NACAC for a live webinar discussion that will explore strategic uses of Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) to combat melt and increase yield. Concerns about cost and student debt are impacting college decisions now more than ever. During the webinar, we will explore how LRAPs can help you meet your goals for this year’s class and beyond.

Register now for Yield Your Class in Uncertain Times: Strategic Uses of Loan Repayment Assistance Programs to Overcome Cost Concerns a one-hour, interactive discussion on Tuesday, June 16 at 2 p.m. Eastern.

Why join the webinar?  

  • Learn how concerns about cost and student debt are impacting college decisions.
  • Explore strategies colleges and universities are using to boost yield amidst the pandemic.
  • Hear from a former chief enrollment officer how a Loan Repayment Assistance Program (LRAP) worked for his institution and how it can boost yield for you.
We know the pandemic is causing enrollment leaders to rethink their strategies for enrolling the fall class and beyond. Join Ardeo’s live discussion to find out what changes enrollment leaders are making to mitigate melt and meet yield goals.

Meet the Presenter:

Mondy R. Brewer, PhD, Vice President of Client Service, Ardeo Education Solutions 
Mondy R. Brewer holds a doctorate in Leadership with a Higher Education Administration specialization. He earned his bachelor’s degree in Humanities and his master’s degree in Education. Dr. Brewer has more than 20 years experience in a variety of higher education posts. He has served as Director of Admissions and Marketing Communications, Assistant Vice President for Student Success, and Assistant Professor of Leadership. Before his time began in education Mondy owned his own business. He has enrollment leadership experience from his time at Lubbock Christian University as Vice President of Enrollment Management, while continuing to direct the University Mentoring Program. Mondy has been married for 27 years and has two girls (21 & 17) who keep him really busy.