Social media is the most immediate, flexible—and potentially cost-saving—ways for post-secondary institutions and faculty members to interact with both current and prospective students.
Becoming a truly successful social campus, however, requires a strong foundation of best practices, supported by the right framework and policies that every department adheres to.
To help you achieve this, we created a guide to implementing a campus-wide social media strategy and bundled it into a toolkit with two case studies demonstrating how higher education institutions are putting these strategies into action.
The toolkit includes:
- Guide: The Social Campus: Social Media Throughout the Student Lifecycle
Learn how to create and implement a campus-wide social media strategy that can help increase enrolment applications, improve student satisfaction, raise donations, and enhance your school’s reputation.
- Case Study: University of Cambridge
Find out how the University of Cambridge manages a global audience over 260 social profiles, and attracts top students and talent using social data.
- Case Study: University of South Australia
Discover how the University of South Australia used social media to increase its international presence, lifting global engagement by 42%.
Read these success stories—and gain strategies and tactics for your own success—by filling in the form on the right side of this page and getting instant access to our Social Campus Toolkit.