Declining enrollments, the shifting demographics of college students, and the budgetary and enrollment impacts of COVID-19 have left many academic leaders contemplating how well their institutions are positioned to meet the demands of a changing educational landscape.
For many institutions, preparing for the future begins with proactively evaluating their academic offerings now. Colleges and universities want to know if they are offering the “right” programs to stabilize and grow enrollment, where they should invest their limited resources, and if they can sustain all of their programs as currently offered. In short, they are looking to complete a comprehensive academic review.
Hanover’s Academic Portfolio Review Guide helps higher education leaders position their institution for success by unpacking the elements of a data-informed portfolio review process.