Free Student Summer Support

Respond immediately to student questions

Guide and support students while your team stays 
one step ahead.

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© 2020 AdmitHub, all rights reserved.  38 Chauncy St, Boston, MA 02111

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Your bot responds in less than 2 seconds 
when it’s confident in an answer.

When the bot identifies a “priority” topic or doesn’t know the answer, questions are sent to the human team.

As humans answer new questions, your Knowledge Base grows, making the bot “smarter.”

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Proven Enrollment Results

We put best practices into action, backed by rigorous efficacy studies and student outcomes research.


Decrease in
Summer Melt

Increase in
FAFSA Submissions


Increase in Pell-Eligible Students


Backed by Research

In a Randomized Controlled Trial at Georgia State University, students with access to an AI-powered chatbot were 3.3 percentage points more likely to enroll, which translates to a 21% reduction in summer melt.

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Use AI to Defeat Summer Melt

With the largest freshman class in the school’s history – despite a decline in the total number of students graduating from the state’s high schools – the team at the University of Wyoming (UW) has good reason for a whole lot of cowboy cheer:

  • 9.5% incoming freshmen
  • 32% reduction in summer melt
  • 30,000 prospective students engaged

Read the case study

Additional Resources

Learn more about conversational strategy, student impact, and the future of AI technology for higher education.


Engaging Generation Z



How to Measure Student Well-Being During COVID-19


Your bot responds in less than 2 seconds when it’s confident in an answer.

Increase in 
summer enrollment

How it works:

1. Schools securely share student information including cell phone numbers.

2. Oli sends its first text introducing itself and asking students for permission to message them helpful reminders.

3. Students who opt in will receive a well-being survey. Based on their responses, Oli will send “nudges” that help them apply for financial aid, stay motivated & engaged, and return to school this fall.

4. You receive an AdmitHub custom "pulse" report based on how your students answer questions, with monthly updates throughout the summer

How much does it cost?  To support administrations and students in these unprecedented times, this product is provided at no cost. 

How long does the program run?  This program is available starting May 1st. It runs through the summer and ends September 1st, 2020.

How do I upload my student contact information?  Through a secure file transfer protocol (SFTP) integration from your system of record or through a secure CSV upload

Where does the data go and who owns it?  AdmitHub is a data fiduciary and fully FERPA compliant. Data will be used to send text messages to students. AdmitHub does not share or sell any student-level data, and any reporting is done in aggregate and/or anonymized.


Solve the 2020 Summer Meltdown



Retaining Students 
This Summer


Meet Oli: AdmitHub’s AI-powered student ally. 

Oli provides important reminders to students through the summer that are empirically proven to help them arrive or return to school in the fall. 

Oli helps students navigate uncertainty. 

By sending specifically timed messages through the channels they read (text), while providing you visibility into what they are thinking. 

You will receive custom reporting on how your student population is engaging with the bot, their sentiments, questions, concerns, and more.

AI can help. 

Trusted Partner of Higher Education 

Learn about how to survey your campus & provide help where students need it most.


Presented on Wednesday, May 20th @ 12pm

With the growing effort required of educators to adapt the college experience, it is harder than ever to forecast student success, and make the changes necessary to support students in these uncertain times. 

When will campuses re-open? How at risk is my student population? What might keep them from returning? How will the financial climate impact our returning students?