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does your community know your college’s value?. common myths. colleges drain public resources colleges are just like any other business colleges only provide education. 1. 2. 3. why do an impact study?. increase community awareness recruit students demonstrate accountability

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common myths

colleges drain public resources

colleges are just like any other business

colleges only provide education

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why do an impact study?

increase community awareness

recruit students

demonstrate accountability

raise taxpayer support


tell your story

your college expands the economy

college operations

student spending

worker productivity

fulfils workforce needs

increases regional sales

creates jobs


tell your story

your college is a good public investment

improves quality of life

social perspective

returns value for money

taxpayer perspective

enhances earning potential

student perspective

fulfils workforce needs


why choose EMSI?

proven experience

in-depth analysis

cutting-edge methodology

great results


the results

restored $14m in state funding cuts to technical colleges


the results

earned governor’s commendation and initiated $1.3b community redevelopment effort


the results

used SEIM in a public awareness campaign to pass a $498m bond measure


the results

15.1% student ROI

15.9% taxpayer ROI

$123.2 billion contribution to

national income

$215.1 million aggregate social savings


SEIM products

main report

executive summary

1-page summaries

taxpayer perspective

PowerPoint presentation


the facts

colleges put more into the Treasury than they take out

colleges’ impact goes beyond payroll

college services go further than the education they provide

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Q&A

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Andrew Crapuchettes, CEO

[email protected]

0011.1.208.883.3500


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