Colleges have embraced the need to incorporate mobile messaging into their student communications outreach, and since we first wrote about Texting and Privacy Laws, the best practices and requirements for sending text messages have received more clarification.
We want to pass along what we’ve learned, how we interpret the best practices, and how we work with our college partners so that colleges can continue building out their mobile messaging programs.
This article is for informational purposes and should not be considered legal advice.
Boston, MA - October 20, 2017 - AdmitHub won the Grand Prize at the MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge in the Technology Access category at HUBWeek.
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 over two hundred liberal arts colleges in the U.S. These institutions primarily promote small classes, low faculty to student ratios, and a high level of personal engagement between students and college staff.
As a former college admission officer and independent school counselor, I’ve connected with a lot of students over the years.
Quick poll: how many apps do you have on your phone? (I have 86...I just counted!)
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Happy New Year! I’ve always loved the week leading up to Labor Day. The dog days of summer are nearing their end, the sun is setting earlier, nights are cooler, and at home here in northern New England, the water just got warm enough to swim in.