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Advantage Design Group

Online Student Orientations

2019 CACUSS Conference

featuring San Jose State University

Introduction

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Online orientation is proving to be a powerful engagement and enrollment platform. At this session, Greg Wolcott explains how San Jose State University transformed their restricted, on-campus orientation to an integrated onboarding system of partners, technology, and experiences. Learn about the decisions and strategies behind the development and why they hired the experts to build their platform. As you listen in on the discussion you'll hear real-life answers and discover a validated model you can use to improve student success at your institution.

#1 Why did you decide to get an online orientation and what were you hoping it would help you accomplish?

#2 How were you offering new student orientation prior to launching your online program?

#3 Why did you decide to outsource production rather than producing your online orientation yourself?

#4 Once you decided to outsource production, how did you decide who to hire?

#5 What was it like working with Advantage Design Group?

#6 How did you select your on-camera talent?

#7 How is your online orientation benefiting San Jose State?

#8 How do students and families access your online orientation and why is it better?

#9 When things change, how easy is it to make updates and how did you learn how?

#10 Tell us more about the track you just added for Parents & Families.

#11 What advice do you have for those who want to win over campus leaders to invest in an online orientation?

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