Chris D’Orso, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Stony Brook University, joins the show for a candid conversation about yield and retention. We’ll look at projections, challenges and strategies from Chris’s perspective as a “student affairs guy in an enrollment manager’s role.”
Taken from the live broadcast, February 21, 2012.
Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:
More questions for Chris? Find him on twitter @cdorso.
NACAC’s College Admission Trends for 2011:
“Uncertain Times Lead Colleges to Lean More Heavily on Wait Lists;
Acceptance Rate for Four-Year Colleges Declines Slightly, NACAC Finds”
NACAC’s 2011 State of College Admissions Report
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Study Finds Increasing Inequality in College Entry via The NACAC Admitted Blog
Justices to Hear Case on Affirmative Action in Higher Education via The New York Times
Study Finds Increasing Numbers of Public Colleges with Differential Tuition via Inside Higher Ed
Rethinking Mobile in Higher Ed: An Admissions-First Approach via @sethodell at Higher Ed Live