The results of the brand new Ruffalo Noel-Levitz report on the E-expectations of college bound seniors and juniors (n=3,117) will officially be released tomorrow in Dallas.
But, I managed this year again to get a preview of these results – before anybody else – courtesy of Stephanie Geyer from RNL who will present the results at several conferences in the next few months.
4-Part Analysis of the E-Expectations of 3,117 college-bound seniors and juniors
This research always provides very interesting insights on the preferences of college-bound high school students when it comes to the college admission process and marketing channels that click with prospective students.
The results are based on an online survey conducted in April 2016.
Like last year, this online survey was distributed via email to a representative list of college-bound students provided by the National Research Center for College and University Admissions (NRCCUA).
This year I chose to publish my analysis of the survey results in a 4-part series on the Higher Ed Experts Blog. Now that the series is complete, I want to make sure the large readership of CollegeWebEditor.com don’t miss it.