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Merit's simple tools allow others on campus to identify student milestones that are easily transformed into personalized stories

The marketing team can approve or expand upon those stories, and then use Merit to distribute them to thousands of stakeholders

Reports and metrics show how you're connecting stories of student success to audiences who need to see them

Dashboards for other departments turn Merit's content into powerful tools for admissions, government affairs, athletics, student affairs, and more -- incentivizing them to continue to contribute.


Engage your entire campus in promoting your institution by making it easy to create stories about every student and connect them to critical audiences

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Powerful stories are hidden all over your campus, and Merit makes it easy for your colleagues to turn them into content that reaches an astounding number of key stakeholders.

With Merit, institutions are telling the story of every single current student directly to the people who care about each one.

Merit allows your campus to deliver personalized stories about meaningful milestones right to every student's former high school, their local newspaper, their state legislator, their family and friends, and even show them off to potential employers.

Engage your campus not just in the big story, but in helping you connect all the little stories to stakeholders who want and need to understand your institution's impact on students they know.


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Merit Weekly Digest
To: Christopher Williams, Principal
John Jay High School Weekly Alumni Update



April 19, 2016


Three alumni were recognized for induction into Phi Beta Kappa    >>read more

One alumnus was named a freshman leadership scholar    >>read more

Two alumni were recognized for earning a spot on the dean's list    >>read more

VIDEO: See how Merit connects the dots from high schools to colleges

"Merit helps us give students personal attention for their achievements, and in return, we are able to raise the college's visibility. I love the dashboard and reporting functions, and I am able to share concrete data on engagement with our senior administration. The company has really thought of everything."

-- Amy Stewart, Communications

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Every department on campus can easily use Merit to contribute to storytelling that supports your brand

Distribute thousands of notifications of student achievement, customized for each audience, featuring only relevant students

Merit easily personalizes stories about a few, a dozen, or hundreds of students and distributes them to each one's high school principal/counselors, state representatives, and hometown newspapers

Students share their personalized story to social networks as a point of pride and a testament to your brand

Showcase the programs and initiatives already in place on your campus, via the lens of individual students, and scale outreach to show colleagues across campus how your marketing efforts are benefitting their own strategic goals

Join 250+ colleges who rely on Merit to make their marketing efforts more meaningful:

...and hundreds more!

Merit delivers results for the entire campus:

Admissions departments love the distribution to high schools and making sure that your institution is included in weekly notifications of student success from 250+ colleges

Government affairs offices are amazed at how marketing departments enhance their efforts by connecting student stories to state legislators to reinforce funding importance

Students feel recognized when their Merit pages are updated with accomplishments, and they become brand ambassadors when they share that branded content on social media

Deans and provosts finally feel like marketing is able to deliver on "getting the word out" about smaller programs that are strategically important but don't impact the entire campus

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