Stop, Start, Sustain or Grow? 

A Methodology for Program Portfolio Evaluation

Gray provides comprehensive, insightful information and a collaborative process to help institutional leadership decide which programs to Stop, Start, Sustain, or Grow.  We enable you to evaluate over 800 programs nationwide and at each of your campus locations.  This evaluation uses more than 15 criteria grouped in four categories:  student demand, competitive intensity, employment opportunities, and strategic fit.  

We combine the data and scoring with a workshop that allows your senior team to absorb the data and apply their judgement to redesign the program portfolio.

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GrayReports:  June Webinar on Demand Trends in Higher Education is Available for Download.


Comprehensive Medical Assisting Report:  Now Available!

Medical Assisting is a huge program, accounting for more than 10% of career-college completions. However, low placement rates for Medical Assisting are putting many of these programs – and some entire education providers – at risk.

Gray Associates published a new report on Medical Assisting that will help you decide whether to start, stop, sustain, fix or grow your program. It also provides best practices on how to improve student outcomes, so you can sustain or grow the program consistent with regulatory requirements.

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New Campus Location Analysis: The Gray Geo Scan.

TOP-US-Market-Map-300x173Locating a new campus is becoming increasingly difficult: budgets are tight, markets are saturated, regulations are stricter, and jobs for graduates are getting harder to come by.  Gray’s expert insight combines the power of GrayData to provide your team with the critical guidance you need to navigate over 930 markets in the US, enabling you to find cities with the strongest student demand, most favorable competitive landscape, and the best job markets for placing your students.

Download our Geographic Market Scan for New Campus Location (PDF) to learn more about Gray’s methodology for selecting new campus locations.

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