Match prospective students and parents with the perfect advisors at every stage of admissions
Wisr Academy courses to develop a comprehensive enrollment strategy and make the most of modern tools
Software to bolster prospective student and parent engagement while advising incoming students at scale
Personalized strategy consulting to identify and solve the unique enrollment challenges at your institution
Wisr Academy courses for enrollment professionals
Wisr Academy offers a range of courses for enrollment professionals looking to boost yield, engage parents, and connect prospective students with well-suited advisors. The curriculum draws from modern marketing techniques used by top for-profit businesses with a focus on getting the most out of available technology.
Free Master Classes
Prefer in-person learning?
Wisr Academy hosts summits in cities across America focused on the most important challenges in higher education. Check out upcoming summits that other administrators in enrollment are attending:
Software designed to take care of prospective students
If your department has a strategy for making prospective students (and parents) feel welcome, the next step is to scale up. That means you want to give every applicant a curated experience without it feeling canned or impersonal.
Not all students can visit in person, and it’s hard to communicate every aspect of campus life even for those who do. WisrConnect allows you to digitally connect prospectives and their parents to undergrads, alumni in fields of interest, and admissions volunteers.
Within a WisrConnect network, prospective students chat one-on-one with undergrads and other prospectives or join discussion forums to talk through topics like housing options, academic programs, and favorite late-night pizza destinations.
Meanwhile, parents can join communities in which designated volunteers answer questions and make them feel welcome. Key software features include:
Alice Petty, Director of Pre-Major Advising
Request a digital product overview packet to learn more about implementation, features, and pricing.
Recommended reading in enrollment
Attendees at Wisr Summit Series events are increasingly eager to learn not just how peer institutions engage their constituents, from incoming students through alumni, but how they engage them early. Grace Chapin James, Deputy Director of Admissions at the University
For those who decide to attend, college is a defining experience of young adulthood. The average high school student might feel naturally motivated to apply to and attend college, but for first generation students, a problem arises: A lack of general
There’s a Disparity in How Student Academic Advisor Matching Occurs During my first year of college, I would typically meet with my academic and career advisors once per academic quarter — mostly because I was required to and not because of