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Text Messaging as the Optimal Student Engagement Strategy

Learn how text messaging programs drive students to action and increased engagement

In our latest eBook, Text Messaging as the Optimal Student Engagement Strategy, learn how and why text messaging can help higher education institutions bridge the communication gap with students.

Text messaging is the best communication tool that connects schools and students in order to provide students with the resources they need. Its ubiquity ensures that messages reach every student. Its versatility provides a multitude of formats. And its customization makes it the optimal tool for reaching every student regardless of their situation or individual needs.

In this eBook, we will walk you through the how’s and why’s of text messaging as the optimal way to engage students throughout their college experience.

  • Why students don’t take action when colleges need them too
  • Why text messaging is the perfect tool for getting students to take those actions
  • Examples of how to use text messaging to drive students to take specific actions
  • A step-by-step guide on how to get started with SMS at your own school

Download the eBook today and learn how your higher education institution can drive students to take action with text messaging.

To learn more about text messaging for colleges, please call us at 212-537-5175 or email sales.

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