Retaining Students: The First Step to Growing Enrollment

From the title of this article, you may think it strange as to why enrollment and retention are separated as […]

Registration vs. Application

The next few weeks of articles will touch on one aspect of advancement per week, and not come back to that […]

Budget Creation For the 20-21 School Year Is Just Around the Corner

If you haven’t started working on your school’s budget for the 20-21 school year, you will very soon. For the […]

The Half-Way Point

Happy New Year (a couple of days early)! If you’re the administrator of a faith-based school, you actually have 3 […]

Energize!

For those of you that were (or still are) fans of “Star Trek,” you know where that word was spoken […]

NOW Is the Acceptable Time

Last week I promised to show how asset management, retention, marketing, enrollment, and development become especially important as schools begin […]

The Old Woman and Her Pig

(Note: This is the most popular SchoolAdvancement article, with more views than any other article over the past 15 years.) […]

You Have to Spend Money to Make Money…But Where Do You Get the Money to Spend?

About a decade or so ago, I adopted a personal motto, and in the spirit of most tag lines of […]

Baby Steps Marketing

Nine years ago at this time, experts said the economy was starting to “turn around.” Eight years ago, they said […]

Events: Are They Really Worth It?

You may recall from reading some of the articles of SchoolAdvancement.com that, as educators, we are all about change!  Even […]