Your Edvisor 'Campus Profile' has all the necessary tools to communicate your school brand to potential agencies and students.
To edit your Campus Profile, expand the submenu of the 'Configure' section (left navigation panel), and click on 'Campus Profile'.
If you have more than one campus, don't forget, to add essentials for each of your campuses! 😉 To switch between configuring each of your campuses, expand the submenu at the top left where you see the current campus name.
ProTip: To edit other campus settings, such as creating additional campuses, goto the main 'Settings' menu (top right submenu). Learn more.
1. Banner Image and Social Media
First up, share your social media links, and upload a banner image that represents your campus.
Find and Click on 'Edit'.
*Note the image guidelines.
These are your school's 5 main selling points. You have 150 characters per highlight to describe yourself to potential Students.
3. Description, Feature Video and Images
Now, elaborate and include some branding media. Here, you have up to 1000 characters to describe each of your campuses, embed a featured campus video, and upload images.
The location displayed in this section is based on your campus profile settings previously created in the Campus Settings. If your map is not appearing as expected, goto your main 'Settings' to ensure your campus address is saved as a google selected address.
Let students know what to expect on your campus. Select all the options available on your campus.
6. Nationality Mix
Enter your nationality breakdown to showcase the diversity in your school.
7. Awards and Accreditations
Flex. Include logo's for all your School's awards, accreditations, and organizations.
Last, but not least. Translations are an important part of your school profile in general.
Campus profile translations are used by your partner Agencies to display your school's information in their students' native language.
*Throughout Edvisor, translations are an effective tool to set your partner Agencies up for success.
Learn more about translations in this article.