Cranston, R.I. – March 2018 – Enrollment Advisory Group (EAG), a Rhode Island-based global marketing and recruitment firm offering enrollment management services to colleges and universities, today announced it has added Concord University as a client.
Founded in 1872, Concord University is a public institution located in scenic West Virginia. Often called “Campus Beautiful,” Concord University sits on 123 acres and boasts panoramic views of the Appalachian Mountains. Named one of the “Best Southeastern Colleges” by The Princeton Review and ranked a top public institution in West Virginia by U.S. News, it’s one of the most affordable and popular schools in the state. With a 15-1 student-to-faculty ratio, Concord offers an intimate experience for students seeking a more personal education.
“Our desire to be a distinctive institution serving a larger and more diverse body of students led us to work with the Enrollment Advisory Group, to attract and increase the number of international students enrolling at Concord,” said Jamie Ealy, Vice President of Enrollment Services. “Members of Enrollment Advisory Group have significant experience in the recruitment of international students and we believe our multi-year partnership well positions us for success.”
“Increasingly, colleges and universities are recognizing the value internationalization brings to their campuses. The diversity of ideas, cultures and perceptions that international students bring to the classroom, student life and the community benefit both domestic and international students alike,” said Kenneth DiSaia, President and co-founder of EAG. “We are proud to represent Concord University overseas for international students seeking a quality and affordable education in the U.S.”
About Enrollment Advisory Group
Enrollment Advisory Group was founded by Kenneth DiSaia (RI) and Jeffrey Greenip (FL), and provides global marketing and recruitment solutions for higher education, with a primary focus of assisting colleges and universities in accomplishing their enrollment objectives.