SEMM is a great opportunity to network, learn, and engage with the professionals responsible for the recruitment, admission, and retention of students. Attending SEMM is essential for staying up-to-date with the most recent trends and best practices being implemented across the country.
This day was extremely valuable. A great chance to connect with Canadian enrolment management staff and share ideas.
The SEMM Forum is one of Canada’s best opportunities to grow a deep understanding of enrolment management and marketing. The program is top-notch and so are the attendees; rarely do I see this type of high quality interaction between presenters and participants.
The information presented was relevant to a wide range of post-secondary administrators. This is extremely important as communication between all levels of administration such as recruitment, marketing, student services, admissions and all other facets is needed in recruitment, retention and graduation initiatives.
SEMM is a wonderful event that is helping us to develop Canada’s next generation of SEM leaders.
The SEMM Forum is one of the better run events of its kind. You can expect a great deal of interaction between conference participants and a strong mix of speakers that address the key issues in enrolment management and marketing.
I love to see the post-secondary sectors growing interest in leveraging data to make decisions. The SEMM Forum brought together a diverse group of professionals dedicated to student success!
If you want to be number one, go to SEMM!
As an Associate Vice Provost, Strategic Enrolment Management, at one of Canada’s medical doctoral universities, I appreciate the opportunity to connect with a variety of individuals (senior leaders through to those new to the field) to discuss emerging topics, trends, and best practices. I have not attended in a few years, and it reminded me that our environmental and cultural contexts are continuously changing and it is important to keep engaged.
This was a really great conference. All Canadian content, lots of networking and I came away with so many ideas that I can implement at my own institution.