Welcome to the Community College Marketing Master Class archive page, where you will find all of our podcasts under one roof! Interact’s podcast interviews industry experts and serves up the latest news and tips in higher ed marketing.

Marketing for community colleges is tough! But after 25 years of working solely with 2-year, technical, and community colleges, we’ve learned a few things. Now, we want to share them with you!

Join the Interact team as we discuss and share actionable, time-tested strategies on topics directly related to community college marketing, such as the following:

  • branding
  • leadership
  • career education
  • public relations
  • graphic design
  • enrollment pipelines
  • targeted campaigns
  • media buying
  • demographic research
  • student media preferences
  • social media
  • viral videos
  • and more!

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Meeting Students Halfway: How to Help Prospective Students Make it to the First Day of Classes

2022-06-14T14:56:20-05:00October 15, 2020|Podcasts|

Enrollment is always important, but even more so now, in the middle of a pandemic. Face-to-face recruiting is no longer possible, on-campus orientations are not a good idea, and yet more than ever our students need support from application, to day-one of classes.

Funding Foundations: How to Develop Resources to Support Students During a Pandemic

2022-06-14T14:56:37-05:00September 30, 2020|Podcasts|

Just like our students, our community colleges are struggling to maintain the resources they need during this critical time. State budgets are uncertain, and many colleges are facing budget cuts, layoffs, and furlough, all while trying to support our students—many of whom are facing food and housing insecurity. Join Dr. Pam Cox-Otto and Oakland Community College’s Vice Chancellor for Advancement Dan Jenuwine as they discuss the important role of your college foundation in helping students stay students.

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