Webinar Recording: 2021 Admitted Students Profile

As we adapt to the COVID-19 pandemic and progress toward a ‘new normal’ globally, the overall outlook for higher education in the United States is increasingly positive. Nonetheless, a degree of uncertainty persists with respect to admitted students’ current perceptions, their immediate plans for higher education, and the factors that most influence those plans.   […]

Webinar Recording: Elevating Your Grants Operation

Institutions focused on building their grants infrastructure face a wide range of interrelated challenges—pursuing strategic funding opportunities, changing the “grants culture,” engaging faculty and staff in grant activities, and providing the right resources for the pursuit and management of external awards, among many others.   In this webinar, Hanover’s Senior Grants Advisor, Clinton Doggett, explores high-level […]

Strategic Planning in Higher Education – Best Practices and Benchmarking

Executive Summary and Key Findings Introduction This report examines best practices in strategic planning at higher education institutions and profiles the strategic plans and planning processes in place at five specific institutions. The discussion has been informed by three areas of concern common to many higher education institutions: the need to manage changing funding models, […]

National Admitted Student Survey

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The overall outlook for higher education in the United States is increasingly positive. Students who have gained admission are now more likely to enroll than they were roughly one year ago, but a degree of uncertainty persists around the value of online learning, support services available, and how institutions can continue to improve the recruiting […]

Recording – Hanover Roundtable Series: The Future of Tuition

Even amid the pandemic, college tuition continues to rise. This trend presents a particular challenge for private, four-year institutions in a fiercely competitive enrollment environment. Many of these institutions are lowering tuition—some by as much as fifty percent. These so-called “resets” continue a movement that began prior to the pandemic. At some institutions, the adjustments […]

Webinar Recording: Grantseeker’s Guide to the National Institutes of Health

As the largest public funder of biomedical research in the world, NIH is a major funding target for a wide range of researchers. Only about 20% of applicants receive funding each year, but don’t panic.   In this webinar, Hanover Senior Grants Consultants, Bryan DeBusk and Sarah Ott, and Senior Content Director, Mallory Waters, provide […]