Public
Activity Feed Discussions Blogs Bookmarks Files

This module on Relationship Building in the Admissions Process has been eye-opening for me. I've learned that building strong relationships with prospective students is not just about selling a program or service but genuinely connecting with them on a personal level. It's about understanding their needs, concerns, and aspirations, and then providing the support and guidance they need to make informed decisions about their education. Moving forward, I intend to apply what I've learned by focusing more on building rapport and trust with prospective students. Instead of just going through the motions of the admissions process, I want to take… >>>

Follow-up means continuity and interest in the potential new student.
Turn a difficulty into a positive objective to attract a new student.
The key is in the relationship and understanding the needs of the student
Use your resources to create the best pathway. Get to know the prospect to assist in their choices
Listening can be applied to many areas but in the admissions process you should understand the challenges and goals of the student
I learned the importance of the process and bonding with the applicant

The information process in additions must evolve with the needs of current students.

People skills and active listening go hand in hand; they also exceed the amount of impact one can have with accurate program information and sales skills. 

Active listening is very important when understanding what students need and want.  By being present and reiterating/repeating their needs and questions to be clear in our own understanding we can help them to achieve their goals.   

End of Content

End of Content