E-Expectations Research ReportsExamining the online behaviors and expectations of prospective college students
What do students expect when they arrive at your campus Web site? What kinds of electronic communications will resonate with them? How can you create the kind of dialog that turns Web visitors into student inquiries?
The E-Expectations series has studied the expectations and behaviors of college-bound high school students, as well their parents, prospective graduate students, and current college students transferring to other campuses. This research project examines what students want to find on Web sites, as well as their attitudes toward communication mediums such as social networking, text messaging, cell phone calls, and instant messaging being used for recruitment.
This series is currently sponsored by Noel-Levitz, OmniUpdate, CollegeWeekLive, and NRCCUA (National Center for College & University Admissions).
- 2014 E-Expectations Report
- 2014 International E-Expectations Report
- 2013 E-Expectations Report: The Impact of Mobile Browsing on the College Search Process
- Understanding the Expectations and Behaviors of Prospective International Students
- Prospective College Students and Their Expectations for Web Site Net Price Calculators
- 2012 E-Expectations Report
- The Communication Expectations of College-Bound High School Students
- 2012 Mobile Expectations Report
- 2011 E-Expectations Report: Students and Parents
- 2010 E-Expectations Report
- 2009 E-Expectations Report
- 2008 E-Expectations Reports: Helicopter Parents and Transfer Students
- 2007 E-Expectations Reports: Community College and Graduate School Focus
- 2006 E-Expectations Reports: African American and Hispanic Students
- 2005 E-Expectations Report
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The 2014 E-Expectations Report offers insight into communication preferences by looking at the differences between parents and students.