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It's all about access
You’ll find no confusing contact lists or never-ending, automated phone prompts here. At SEM Works, we believe in bringing down every possible communication barrier and providing you personalized, responsive customer service. While you are always welcome to contact any member of our team directly, we are proud to provide you with a dedicated project manager to supervise the details and serve as a single point of communication for you. Your project manager will keep open the lines of communication, listen to your needs, deliver excellent customer service, provide a high-level of organization, and connect you to others on our team. Having a direct point person working for your team and ours will not only minimize the details you have to manage, but also ensure that your project stays on time, on budget, and on target.
"Eastern Oregon University was faced with declining enrollment, organizational challenges, and fiscal sustainability problems. Leadership recognized that we needed help to refocus our attentions in enrollment management and support structures that would facilitate a stable student population. SEM Works answered our RFP and delivered a comprehensive plan to revitalize the University. As a result of their work, Eastern restructured Academic and Student Affairs to create a new unit on campus called Enrollment Management. This new organizational structure has made it possible for us to marshal financial aid, admissions, and the goals of academic enrollment in one strategic unit. After only three months in operation we already have seen an improvement in admission applications for fall by double digit amounts, but also higher enrollment numbers for winter and spring."
Michael Jaeger, Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs, Eastern Oregon University
Enrollment Success: Undergraduate enrollment has increased an average of 11.1% over the last two years since SEM Works first consulted with EOU.
Fall undergraduate enrollment has increased 17.4% compared to two years ago.
Spring undergraduate enrollment has increased an average of 12.6% compared to spring three years ago.
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