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A Message from Terry Lyons on COVID-19
 

Four Virtual Campus Admissions Strategies

Student Affairs

During the COVID-19 pandemic, college international programs are struggling to get students in the door. Typically, “Princeton welcomes more than 70,000 visitors to campus in a calendar year—but not this year.”   This year campuses have been closed to visitors, recruiting budgets have been slashed, and departments are wondering how to continue to best connect with prospective students. How can schools adapt? The answer is a virtual admissions strategy.

Virtual admissions is the process of pursuing, vetting, and admitting prospective students electronically. It’s been around for years, but, during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s proven to be one of the best methods for acquiring new students. This article offers four tips for college admissions offices.

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College Health Centers: Valuable Services to Meet the Needs of a Student Population

Student Affairs, Student Health, Value-Added Benefits

College Health Centers want to offer comprehensive services regardless of size and budget.

There are certain services that all health centers should consider implementing to meet the needs of a student population and others (that may not be a necessity, but) can still bring value to students if you have a large enough student population and budget.

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Open Enrollment 101

Costs and Coverage, International Students, Student Affairs, Student Health

In the months leading up to the start of a new semester, Open Enrollment is a focal point for many. This is the time that students can voluntarily enroll in their Student Health Insurance Plan (SHIP). It is important for this process to be as easy as possible so all students that need the plan get enrolled before Open Enrollment ends. There are many options offered to students to ensure a simple transition into their SHIP. Below are a few examples of the choices available to students during the Open Enrollment period.

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