CRM Platforms Can Improve HBCU Enrollment and Retention

“If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, the end is near.” That quote from Jack Welch, American business executive and writer, has stuck with Dr. Juan Alexander, associate vice president for…

Whitepaper: Scaling the Power of HBCU Connections: Advancing a CRM Network Solution

Driven by a discovery process that engaged HBCU leaders from public and private HBCUs with diverse campus profiles and technology ecosystems, Ed Advancement identified and built a core CRM (customer relationship management system) solution to accomplish institutions’ goals, and Ed Advancement chose it as the platform to underpin a new initiative called HBCU Digital Transformation (HBCU Dx). The white paper examines the initiative and new model for supporting mission driven institutions with technology and deep support.

How customer relations tech is helping 11 HBCUs accelerate admissions

Thanks to the support of a non-profit, crucial—and often cost-prohibitive—customer relationship management software is now leveling the playing field for HBCUs when it comes to enrollment. HBCUs are getting an admissions boost from a top-notch CRM system acquired through a…

Partnership for Education Advancement Announces Board of Trustees

(New York, N.Y.) – The Partnership for Education Advancement (Ed Advancement), a non-profit focused on advancing socioeconomic mobility for students of color, first-generation, and low-income students by providing sustainable solutions that are operations and technology focused to minority serving institutions,…

How HBCUs are navigating the recent influx of cash and students – Forbes

In the past couple years, Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) have experienced an unprecedented influx of private and federal funding, while at the same time seeing an increase in student enrollment. While change is good news after decades of systemic underfunding, some HBCUs are seeking support to effectively manage the increased attention, and the resulting innovative ideas bubbling up on HBCU campuses.