Revisiting Our Good Practices: Keeping Our Focus on What’s Good for the Candidate and Family - Presentations

Revisiting Our Good Practices: Keeping Our Focus on What’s Good for the Candidate and Family - Presentations

with Leo Marshall, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, The Webb Schools (CA); Aimee Gruber, Senior Director of Outreach and Business Development, The Enrollment Management Association (NJ) & Carinne Barker.

In our increasingly hyper-competitive admission world, the need to enroll students may be compelling us to forget the good practices for the admission, recruitment, and enrollment of students and the administration of financial aid. Members of a national task force created to review our principles of good practice will facilitate a discussion for directors, financial aid officers, and heads of school in an effort to keep our focus on the family and student first - not the school.

 

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