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Picture this…America…2020… COVID hits. Standardized testing dates have been cancelled around the country. In the spring, institutions went test-optional, and many will never return to requiring standardized testing for admission. More than 1,200 colleges and universities have made the shift as of August 2020, and many others will follow [1]. This massive movement to test-optional […]

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This recruitment cycle is shaping up to be very different from others due to COVID-19. This is typically the time admissions counselors are hitting the road for fall travel. Admissions counselors usually have the months of September and October jam-packed full of college fairs and private visits to high schools. They pack their bags with […]

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I recently wrote an article, The Year Ahead: Three Fundamental Drivers for Recruiting Success for the 12th printing of our Octane magazine. It examines areas of need for every enrollment leader. All enrollment leaders can benefit from having a suite of digital program tools that can solve the challenges outlined in this discussion. Today, I […]

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