The higher education landscape is changing, requiring colleges to take a closer look at the way students are learning and preparing for life after the classroom. Liz Dietz explains how Workday and its design partners are rethinking the tried-and-true methods of the past and building something to support the next generation of students.
Three higher-education administrators discuss how their colleges are adapting to changing student and employer expectations through the use of modern technologies and student systems in this episode of Work Talk.
Last fall we introduced Workday Student Recruiting, the first application as part of Workday Student. We’ve worked closely with colleges and universities to design this offering and have developed a deep understanding of the pressures they face to get student recruiting right.
In the book “College Unbound,” author Jeff Selingo observes that if online dating sites can “help two people fall in love based on a short questionnaire, we should be able to design a better method for matching students with colleges.” Selingo’s observation highlights one of the biggest challenges that higher institutions face today: recruiting the right students.