May 11, 2014 11:24 am


In this episode of Admissions Live, host Nicole Lentine welcomes Don Fraser, Jr. back to the show, ready to hear all about Don’s recent attendance at two important conferences. Don shares his experiences from the First National Conference of the Yes We Must Coalition, followed by his attendance at the Sixth Annual Conference for the National Partnership for Educational Access. Don also speaks about ways that institutions can identify weaknesses and hidden biases in communication, and how all institutions can strive to improve access for all. Tune in as they discuss the role of Admissions and Enrollment Management professionals in providing access and support.

Topics discussed during the LIVE broadcast include:

  • The importance of partnerships with Community Based Organizations
  • Barriers that exist in higher education as a whole
  • Hidden biases in our communication with our students
  • What does adequate support look like?
  • The importance of the institution-wide effort to support success
  • Taking an honest look at our practices

… and more


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