New Data About Online College Students Available

Today’s online college students have high expectations and specific preferences, driving them to seek out flexible programs with clear paths to career advancement. How can your institution reach these students and tailor programs to this unique population? The fifth annual Online College Students 2016: Comprehensive Data on Demands and Preferences report, a joint production of The Learning House, Inc., and Aslanian Market Research, provides valuable insight. This report shares the results of a survey of 1,500 past, present and prospective fully online college students.

In this free, live webinar, Dr. David Clinefelter, chief academic officer of Learning House, and Carol B. Aslanian, senior vice president of Aslanian Market Research share the results of the most recent Online College Students survey and discuss key trends, such as:

• Most popular fields of study
• The changing nature of online student demographics
• How often online students visit campus
• How students gather information
• How many institutions students consider when applying
• And more

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Email tburridge@learninghouse.com if you would like to review the slides with one of the report contributors.

About the Presenters

caslanianCarol B. Aslanian is founder and president of Aslanian Market Research. She is a national authority on the characteristics and learning patterns of adult and post-traditional undergraduate and graduate students. She has made hundreds of presentations and has authored numerous articles and reports on the topic. For more than 20 years, she worked at the College Board in support of adult learning services. Ms. Aslanian has led market research projects for more than 300 colleges, universities and educational agencies.

201501-TLHprofiles-DaveClinefelter-300x200David L. Clinefelter is chief academic officer of Learning House. Prior to joining Learning House, he served as chief academic officer of for-profit, online universities Walden and Kaplan, and as president of Graceland University, an early innovator in online education.