Comparative and Competitive Admission Programs - Presentation

Comparative and Competitive Admission Programs - Presentation

Polly Fredlund, Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, The Bush School, WA
Jill Lee, Director of Admission and Financial Aid, Castilleja School, CA
Colin Lord, Director of Enrollment Management and Financial Aid, Latin School of Chicago, IL
Heather Willis Daly, Assistant Head of School for Enrollment Management, Hawken School, OH

In this presentation, experienced day school admission professionals in dynamic markets compare key elements of their programs. Explore the diversity of ways that schools structure the nuts and bolts of their admission programs—including open houses, campus tours, student visits, file reading, admissions committees, decision week, as well as innovative programs and initiatives. Learn essential values driving each school’s admission program including relationships, collaboration, customer service, strong messaging, data-driven decision making, and accuracy and efficiency. Gain new ideas. Differentiate your brand.

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