Tuesday, October 20, 2015
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Public and private colleges are under more pressure to deliver higher student enrollment numbers, especially since they’ve reported shortcomings over the past few years. In addition, more than two-thirds of colleges are already seeing the impact of changing student demographics.

How will admissions and enrollment leaders plan to shift their strategies to overcome these challenges?

In a special webinar hosted by The Chronicle of Higher Education and moderated by contributing editor, Jeff Selingo:
  • Hear about the latest findings from our recent survey of college admissions officials.
  • Gain insight on future changes that may impact your college’s admissions process.
  • Get your questions answered about the unique challenges that your college has faced.

Join the discussion to gain key insights, and the opportunity to ask questions of top experts in higher education.


Speakers

Rick Clark, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Georgia Institute of Technology
Rick Clark

Rick Clark is the Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech. In this role, he directs the Institute’s recruitment and enrollment efforts, manages the review and selection of all undergraduate applications, and leads the admission team. Under his leadership, the Institute has dramatically increased applicant selectivity, raised the overall academic profile, and exceeded goals for geographic, gender and ethnic diversity. A native of Atlanta, he earned a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.Ed. from Georgia State University. Prior to coming to Tech, Rick was on the admissions staff at Georgia State, The McCallie School and Wake Forest University.


Monica Inzer, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Hamilton College
Monica Inzer

Since Monica’s arrival in 2004, Hamilton has achieved unprecedented success in the areas of student quality, diversity, selectivity and retention, while also strengthening its commitment to being a school of opportunity by joining fewer than four dozen colleges or universities that pledge to be need-blind in admission and meet 100% demonstrated financial need. Monica recently served on The Common Application Board of Directors, and is regularly invited by high schools, professional associations, and the national media to speak about the college selection process.




Moderator

Jeffrey J. Selingo, Contributing Editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education
Jeffrey J. Selingo

A contributing editor to The Chronicle of Higher Education, and author of College (un)Bound: The Future of College and What it Means for Students, Jeff is also a professor of practice at Arizona State University. He is the former top editor of The Chronicle, where he worked for 16 years in a variety of reporting and editing roles. His writing has also appeared in The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Slate. Jeff’s work has been honored with awards from the Education Writers Association, Society of Professional Journalists, and the Associated Press and appears regularly on regional and national radio and television programs, including NPR, ABC, and CBS.




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