Whiteboard Higher Education is built on the foundation of trust, responsibility, and the utmost respect for our work, our associates, and our clients. Our team of enrollment professionals has 100+ years of combined experience and has worked with 300+ colleges and universities of various sizes and backgrounds. Our main objective is to help schools identify, engage, and enroll high-quality students while improving key financial and academic metrics through our core service offerings: targeted student search, strategic financial aid awarding (yield), and market research.
We are a unique blend of experienced strategists with on-campus enrollment experience as well as talented designers and analysts that deliver maximum return on colleges' marketing and recruiting budgets. In short, we become an extension of our client’s admissions office. We believe in creativity and flexibility and are wildly enthusiastic about the work that we do.
Philadelphia, PA, February 15, 2018 — Whiteboard Higher Education is pleased to announce a new partnership with Cristo Rey Philadelphia High School through the school’s Scholarship Partners Program. Whiteboard has committed to a four-year scholarship that supports students on their academic journey at Cristo Rey Philadelphia, from freshman year through graduation.
Philadelphia, PA, January 24, 2018 — Whiteboard Higher Education is proud to announce that Annemarie Nagle has joined the company to further develop and enrich their industry-leading suite of enrollment management solutions. In her role as Vice President of Marketing, Annemarie will be responsible for advancing the Whiteboard brand as well as business development and helping to further evolve Whiteboard’s product and service offerings. Another major function of Annemarie’s new role will be to ensure that the company’s service and delivery models are most effectively aligned with their clients' to ensure that their experience is second to none.
Only through evolution and adaptation can we expect better results.
As we reflect on the wonderful experience at the 2017 NACAC National Conference in Boston, we find it remarkable just how much higher education has evolved since we were all together last year in Columbus.
Our article following last year’s conference focused on how “high-touch outpaces high-tech,” even in today’s technologically saturated environment. What we heard this year felt much more in sync with NACACs of the past, when optimism and enthusiasm remained strong in the face of many challenges.