Join RNL and Ardeo for Our Live Webinar Discussion on May 12
Increasing fear in the higher education market around student debt and other uncertainties are causing students and families to question the value of higher education, rule out colleges based on sticker price, attend second, third, or fourth choice institutions, and in some cases not attend college at all.
Join RNL and Ardeo Education Solutions for a one-hour webinar on Tuesday, May 12 at 2 p.m. Eastern, which will tackle a significant solution that directly addresses those cost concerns and student debt uncertainties. During the webinar, you’ll learn more about:
- How concerns about cost and student debt are impacting the higher education market today.
- How colleges are using Loan Repayment Assistance Programs (LRAPs) today to strategically help students and families overcome these concerns.
- The impact LRAPs have on enrollment, yield, and college preference.
- How to continue to yield students despite market challenges.
Meet the Presenters
Eric Groves, PhD, Vice President and Consultant, RNL
Dr. Eric Groves joined the Enrollment Management team in 2014, bringing with him fifteen years of higher education experience as a Director of Undergraduate Admissions for twelve years and as a Director of Development for three. In those roles, Dr. Groves was able to use data-informed decision making to achieve enrollment and fundraising success.
Roger Kieffer, Vice President of Client Service, Ardeo Education Solutions
Roger’s career in higher education spanned 37 years including 30 years of enrollment leadership. He served as Senior Vice President for Enrollment at Trinity International University for 13 years. Prior to his service at TIU, Roger served as chief enrollment officer at King University (TN) and his alma mater, LeTourneau University. In addition to his part-time role of Vice President of Client Service at Ardeo Education Solutions, Roger is founder and president at GOALign Resources, a firm focused on executive coaching and leadership development. He is also a senior affiliate consultant, specializing in enrollment solutions for Credo Higher Education. He has a bachelor’s degree from LeTourneau and a master’s degree from the University of Wyoming.