Forecasting Yield: Science, Art, or Dumb Luck? - Presentation

Forecasting Yield: Science, Art, or Dumb Luck? - Presentation

With Jon Deveaux, Director of Admission, Westminster School, CT; Suzanne Walker Buck, Director of Admission, New Hampton School, NH & Jim Hamilton, Director of Admission & Financial Aid, St. George’s School, RI

Perhaps never before in the history of the admissions profession has the task of projecting yield and managing the enrollment of new students been more complex or more challenging. How do you ensure that you fill your school with the correct number of students – not too many, and certainly not too few? This session is designed to share some perspective from the most recent admission cycle and to discuss the landscape as we move forward. A session for new or experienced admissions officers, we hope to elicit discussion among the participants and to encourage the sharing of best practices.

 



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