Institutions across the board have experienced one uncertainty after another this year, thanks to COVID-19. Admissions leaders have been on the front lines helping institutional leaders consider the impacts of their policy decisions and incoming students make tough decisions. They have pulled out all of the stops to help students understand their options, the changes, and provide insights that used to be found through an in-person visit.
Fall 2021 is shaping up to be just as dynamic. With COVID continuing to impact campus closures and the economy, there are a number of shifts (standardized testing shifts, lessons learned from online learning, policy shifts, and doubling down on inclusion) that will make Fall 2021 another unprecedented cycle.
Join our panel to discuss the past, present, and future of recruiting our next generation of college students.
- Dr. Jayne Fonash, Immediate Past President of the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC)
- Cuca Acosta, Associate Director of Admissions at UC Santa Barbara (students are primarily remote/online this year)
- Jason McNair-Faulk, Dean of Admissions at Longwood University (students are primarily on campus this year)