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NEW Webinar!
Top 10 College Website Tips to Drive Enrollment

Wednesday, Feb. 28
2 p.m. Eastern • 1 p.m. Central • Noon Mountain • 11 a.m. Pacific

Without a doubt, first impressions are critical, and your website is often the first interaction prospective students have with your college. What kind of impression is it making?

This 90-minute webinar shares valuable tips to turn your school website into the ultimate recruitment tool and help enrollment numbers soar. Topics include:

  • how to engage students at a personal level;
  • incorporating social media into your site;
  • prioritizing content into mobile-friendly designs;
  • metrics that matter and more.

About the Presenters


Chad Howard
Vice President of Business Development
Sanger & Eby, OH

Chad Howard has more than 20 years of experience in marketing, client service, strategy, communications, thought leadership and brand development. At Sanger & Eby, he oversees client development, marketing and thought leadership and keeps abreast of industry trends. He has extensive experience with major global brands, including Jet Blue Airways, Abercrombie & Fitch, Luxottica, BMW, The Ritz Carlton, Marriott, Lexus, Coca-Cola and Procter & Gamble.


Kathleen Jenkins
Vice President of Strategic Planning
Sanger & Eby, OH

Kathleen Jenkins is an expert strategist, specializing in brand positioning, interactive marketing strategy and content strategy development. She has worked for a wide range of industries, including entertainment, retail, hospitality, education, consumer packaged goods, health care and publishing. Her clients have included St. Charles Community College, Mount St. Joseph University, The Ohio Department of Education, Macy’s, 21st Century Fox, Clark State Community College, Luxottica, Intercontinental Hotel Group and the Council of Better Business Bureaus.



$150 NCMPR members

The registration fee is a per connection fee with no limit to the number of viewers. (Pack a room full of people to get the best value!)

It does NOT include a recording of the webinar. However, participants will receive a copy of the PowerPoint presentation after the webinar.

For nonmembers, you must join NCMPR before registering for the webinar. Click on the registration button and you will be directed to the membership page.


NCMPR National Office
(505) 349-0500


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