Enrollment Management Technology Provider Hosts Webinar to Ensure Student Success

Cincinnati, OH (PressExposure) October 12, 2009 -- While it’s of little surprise that college students have a lot on their plates, Universities are turning to new methods to help keep students focused and successful in their studies. Hobsons, a leading Enrollment Management Technology (EMT) software maker, is hosting a webinar designed to help admissions executives learn more about Student Success and Retention.

The webcast, which will be held Thursday, October 22 from 2 to 3 p.m., features Hobsons Account Executive Katie Doviak who will discuss methods for universities to keep enrollment numbers up by identifying at-risk students.

“It’s important for Universities to maintain consistent communication with their students in order to maintain a high level of success,” Hobsons EMT president Sasha Peterson said. “We created this webinar series to inform institutions executives of the many tools at their fingertips that will improve retention and graduation rates.”

The Hobsons “Student Success and Retention” webinar will be Thursday, October 22 from 2 to 3 p.m. Interested attendees must register by October 21, and can do so at: http://www.hobsons.com/about/news/webcasts.php. More information about other Hobsons EMT services can be accessed at http://www.hobsons.com or by calling Heather Taylor at 800-581-6097.

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Headquartered in Cincinnati, OH, Hobsons supports education professionals in the preparation, recruitment, management, and advancement of students. With secondary school solutions, integrated marketing tools, enrollment management technology, and retention solutions, Hobsons provides innovative solutions that make it easy to help students make the best decisions throughout the entire education lifecycle.

For more information, please visit http://www.hobsons.com

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Press Release Submitted On: October 12, 2009 at 2:30 pm
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