I entered the college admission profession 27 years ago, when the internet was non-existent...like, not even discussed or thought of (except in Al Gore’s imagination haha). I kept a file box with all of my prospective students printed on paper slips with handwritten notes scribbled all over them.
The shift in consumer preferences towards conversational messaging is hard to ignore. It’s how most people -- and especially students -- communicate these days.
Just like the twittersphere was buzzing with people bragging about buying bitcoin in 2013, there are going to be colleges in 2019 boasting about how they implemented AI in 2017.
‘Tis the season for college enrollment and marketing teams to connect with thousands of high school juniors and seniors.
With students applying to more colleges, increases in tuition discounting, and students seeking alternatives to a college education, most higher education institutions are finding it challenging to meet enrollment goals.
Boston, MA - October 20, 2017 - AdmitHub won the Grand Prize at the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge in the Technology Access category at HUBWeek.
As technology evolves faster than most organizations can adapt, it’s clear that data-centric companies will devour their competitors.
Just as we were getting used to all of the talk about Millennials, another generation emerges: Generation Z. These young Americans have thrust themselves into the spotlight like a new SnapChat filter, music festival, or Unicorn Frappuccino.
There are a thousand business owners waiting for artificial intelligence to “arrive,” in a commercial sense.They see AI’s potential, and they’re waiting for it to evolve into a product that can actually affect their business in a positive way, not just play board games.