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IvyWise Live: The Business of College - How Higher Ed Operations Impact Admissions Decisions
What’s the key to understanding how colleges make admissions decisions? Realizing that colleges operate like businesses and there’s more that goes into building a class than just admitting the most qualified applicants. Join members of IvyWise's expert team of former admissions officers to learn about the benefits of thinking about colleges as businesses, why bond ratings matter to colleges and how admissions can influence them, and what the future of higher education might look like. Attendees will learn about the larger implications of common college admissions elements including Early Decision rounds, acceptance rates, yield, and demonstrated interest. There will be a live Q&A session following the presentation, allowing attendees to have their questions answered directly by IvyWise experts.

Feb 2, 2021 06:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Nat
IvyWise College Admissions Counselor & Former Skidmore Associate Director of Admissions & NYU Sr. Asst. Director of Admissions
Nat is a former Associate Director of Admissions and Director of Multicultural Recruitment at his alma mater, Skidmore College. Nat also served as a Senior Assistant Director of Admissions at New York University and, most recently, at the hyper-selective NYU Abu Dhabi. While at Skidmore, Nat pioneered many new recruitment techniques, including the integration of Facebook in college admissions. At NYU, he worked on diversity initiatives and served as a member of the scholarship committee. His experiences working in the admissions offices at Skidmore and NYU have given Nat direct insight into how admissions officers work in tandem with other university departments, including the development office, enrollment, and marketing, to work towards common goals. Nat specializes in students seeking K-12 admissions, student athletes pursuing the recruitment process, international students, underrepresented minorities, and students interested in a wide range of schools.