Faced with declining enrollments, increased competition, and heightened scrutiny on graduate outcomes, higher education institutions are under pressure to provide a powerful academic experience with measurable results in career advancement.

Academic Solutions enable higher education institutions to offer a right-fit, high-value educational experience. From recruitment and enrollment to retention and graduation, our suite of methodologies will analyze data and benchmark best practices.

We help you amplify your individual efforts across the student lifecycle:

  • Analyze data
  • Benchmark best practices
  • Collect feedback

Hanover’s Academic Solutions

Enrollment Management 

Target the optimal pool of students and maximize application and acceptance rates.

Academic Program Development

Strengthen your academic portfolio through market analysis of existing and potential new programs.

Student Experience

Spot at-risk students early, identify the drivers of attrition, and surface elements driving poor post-graduate outcomes.

A Word from One of Our Higher Education Clients:

Our academic leadership was seeking data to use in planning and executing various projects that generally include new revenue generation and program enhancement activities. We were particularly interested in data and information that could contextualize our current activities within the broad landscapes of (1) opportunities for students in various employment sectors (public, private, non-profit) and (2) other communication programs. Hanover’s approach and resources will allow us to dramatically cut the typical timeframes involved in collecting and analyzing data needed to make effective decisions. In addition, using Hanover to analyze market needs will be pivotal in shaping new aspects of our curriculum to meet specific needs of adult learners.

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Dr. Scott Titsworth, Dean

Whatever your goals, Hanover will partner with you to create a custom approach to support your needs.

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