SEM Review Articles

Navigating FAFSA Reporting Delays

Introduction

The 2024-25 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) process has hit a roadblock with reporting delays announced by the U.S. Department of Education. These delays, caused by the need to adjust the financial aid formula for inflation, pose significant challenges for higher education institutions across the United States. In this SEM Review article, we will delve into the causes of these delays, their impact on higher education institutions, and explore possible strategies to navigate the challenges.

The World of Email Is Changing: What You Need to Know & Why

To rephrase Mark Twain, the reports of email's death have been greatly exaggerated—for now. It...

Finding the Names You Need for Your Adult and Graduate Programs

Anyone working in the realm of Adult and Graduate recruitment knows that their biggest challenge is

Top 5 Digital Marketing Tips for Higher Education

Increasing enrollment is at the heart of every marketing goal in the higher education world. Seems...

Post-Pandemic Higher Ed: Seizing Online Opportunities and Confronting Challenges

The COVID-19 pandemic drastically reshaped the landscape of higher education. With the rapid...

Leveraging AI: Creative Photography and Videography in Higher Education

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Enrollment management departments have wrapped up another yield season. Hopefully, for you and your...

Top 5 Reasons for Delays in Student Search Campaign Launch

Timely execution is critical for the success of any campaign. When it comes to launching a Student...

5 Critical Considerations When Scheduling an External SEM Study

In these unusual times, colleges and universities face complex challenges. The educational...

5 Ways to Reach Your Target Audience on TikTok

Are you looking for new ways to reach your target audience and engage with them on social media?...