Care Counts in Crisis: College Admissions Deans Respond to COVID-19

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by | Jun 22, 2020

The following statement was developed in collaboration with admissions leaders and has been endorsed by leaders at more than 315 institutions across the United States. It describes what college admissions offices value and expect—and don’t expect—from students during the pandemic.

College admissions offices send frequent signals that can shape students’ priorities and experiences throughout high school. These days young people, their parents, and educators facing new limitations and opportunities, have many questions about what college admissions offices value and expect given these constraints and opportunities.

This collective statement seeks to break through the many misconceptions and to answer these questions clearly by harnessing the power of leaders’ collective voices. As students across the country and the world experience uncertainties and challenges, this is an opportunity for admissions leaders to underscore their commitment to equity, and to encourage in students self-care, balance, meaningful learning, and care for others.

Statement

As admission and enrollment leaders, we recognize that we and the institutions we represent send signals that can shape students’ priorities and experiences throughout high school. This collective statement seeks to clarify what we value in applicants during this time of COVID-19. We are keenly aware that students across the country and the world are experiencing many uncertainties and challenges. We primarily wish to underscore our commitment to equity and to encourage in students self-care, balance, meaningful learning, and care for others.

More specifically, we value the following:

1. Self-care. Self-care is of high importance, especially in times of crisis. We recognize that many students, economically struggling and facing losses and hardships of countless kinds, are simply seeking to get by. We also recognize that this time is stressful and demanding for a wide range of students for many different reasons. We encourage all students to be gentle with themselves during this time.

2. Academic work. Your academic engagement and work during this time matter to us, but given the circumstances of many families, we recognize that you may face obstacles to academic work. We will assess your academic achievements in the context of these obstacles. In addition, we will assess your academic achievements mainly based on your academic performance before and after this pandemic. No student will be disadvantaged because of a change in commitments or a change in plans because of this outbreak, their school’s decisions about transcripts, the absence of AP or IB tests, their lack of access to standardized tests (although many of the colleges represented here don’t require these tests), or their inability to visit campus. We will also view students in the context of the curriculum, academic resources, and supports available to them.

3. Service and contributions to others. We value contributions to one’s communities for those who are in a position to provide these contributions. We recognize that while many students are not in this position because of stresses and demands, other students are looking for opportunities to be engaged and make a difference. This pandemic has created a huge array of needs, whether for tutoring, contact tracing, support for senior citizens, or assistance with food delivery. We view responding to these needs as one valuable way that students can spend their time during this pandemic.

We also value forms of contribution that are unrelated to this pandemic, such as working to register voters, protect the environment, combat racial injustice, and inequities or stop online harassment among peers. Our interest is not in whether students created a new project or demonstrated leadership during this period. We, emphatically, do not seek to create a competitive public service “Olympics” in response to this pandemic. What matters to us is whether students’ contribution or service is authentic and meaningful to them and to others, whether that contribution is writing regular notes to frontline workers or checking in with neighbors who are isolated. We will assess these contributions and services in the context of the obstacles students are facing. We also care about what students have learned from their contributions to others about themselves, their communities, and/or their country (Please see Turning the Tide for additional information about the kinds of contributions and service we value). No student will be disadvantaged during this time who is not in a position to provide these contributions. We will review these students for admissions in terms of other aspects of their applications.

4. Family contributions. Far too often there is a misperception that high-profile, brief forms of service tend to “count” in admissions while family contributions—which are often deeper and more time-consuming and demanding—do not. Many students may be supervising younger siblings, for example, or caring for sick relatives or working to provide family income, and we recognize that these responsibilities may have increased during these times. We view substantial family contributions as very important, and we encourage students to report them in their applications. It will only positively impact the review of their application during this time.

5. Extracurricular and summer activities. No student will be disadvantaged for not engaging in extracurricular activities. We also understand that many plans for summer have been impacted by this pandemic, and students will not be disadvantaged for lost possibilities for involvement. Potential internship opportunities, summer jobs, camp experiences, classes, and other types of meaningful engagement have been canceled or altered. We have never had specific expectations for any one type of extracurricular activity or summer experience and realize that each student’s circumstances allow for different opportunities. We have always considered work or family responsibilities as valuable ways of spending one’s time, and this is especially true at this time.

REPORTING INFORMATION THAT IS IMPORTANT TO STUDENTS AND TO US

We will gather information from schools themselves about curriculum and academic resources and supports, but we encourage students to communicate any factors specific to their circumstances that impeded their academic performance. Those factors might include, for example, lack of access to the internet, no quiet place to study, or the various family responsibilities described above. We encourage students to describe concretely how any of these circumstances have negatively affected their academic performance or ability to engage in activities that matter to them. It is helpful to know, for example, how much time students spent per week taking on family responsibility, such as taking care of a sick relative. This information will be treated completely confidentially.

Both the Common Application and the Coalition for College application provide opportunities for students to describe how they have been impacted by the pandemic.

Download “Care Counts in Crisis: College Admissions Deans Respond to COVID-19” (PDF).

Signatories

  1. Kristen Capezza, Vice President of Enrollment Management and University Communications, Adelphi University

  2. Alexa Gaeta, Vice President for Enrollment, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Agnes Scott College

  3. Dwayne Walker, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Albright College

  4. Cornell B. LeSane II, Vice President for Enrollment & Dean of Admissions, Allegheny College

  5. Mary Alice Ozechoski, Vice President of Enrollment and Marketing, Alvernia University

  6. Sharon Alston, Vice Provost for Undergraduate Enrollment, American University

  7. Heather A. Kim, Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Communication, Anderson University

  8. Gariot P. Louima, Vice President for Enrollment and Student Success, Antioch College

  9. Matt Lopez, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Services and Executive Director, Admission Services, Arizona State University

  10. Amanda Parker-Wolery, Director of Marketing and Admissions, Art Academy of Cincinnati

  11. W. Kent Barnds, Executive Vice President for External Relations, Augustana College (IL)

  12. Courtney Minden, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Babson College

  13. Scott A. Schulz, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Baldwin Wallace University

  14. Lindsey Speer, Director of Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation, Ball State University

  15. Jennifer Fondiller, Vice President for Enrollment, Barnard College

  16. Leigh A. Weisenburger, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Bates College

  17. M. Leslie Davidson, Vice President for Enrollment, Beloit College

  18. Tony Cabasco, Vice President for Enrollment, Bennington College

  19. Mario Silva-Rosa, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Bentley University

  20. Andrew Bressette, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Berry College

  21. Krista Medionte-Phillips, Director of Admissions, Binghamton University

  22. Trent R. Gilbert, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Birmingham-Southern College

  23. Kevin Cavanagh, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Bloomfield College

  24. Kelly Talbert, Director of Admissions, Boise State University

  25. Grant Gosselin, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Boston College

  26. Kelly A. Walter, Associate Vice President for Enrollment & Dean of Admissions, Boston University

  27. E. Whitney Soule, Senior Vice President, Dean of Admissions and Student Aid, Bowdoin College

  28. Jennifer Walker, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Brandeis University

  29. Matt Thomsen, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Briar Cliff University

  30. Logan Powell, Dean of Admission, Brown University

  31. William Larrousse, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Bryn Athyn College

  32. Cheryl Lynn Horsey, Chief Enrollment Officer, Bryn Mawr College

  33. Bill Conley, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Bucknell University

  34. Lori Greene, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Butler University

  35. Stephen Quinn, Vice President, Enrollment Management and Communications, Caldwell University

  36. Nikki Kahealani Chun, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, California Institute of Technology (Caltech)

  37. Matthew Ward, Vice President, Enrollment Management & Marketing, California Lutheran University

  38. Art D. Rodriguez, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Carleton College

  39. Michael Steidel, Dean of Admission, Carnegie Mellon University

  40. Teege Mettille, Vice President of Enrollment, Carroll University

  41. Rick Bischoff, Vice President for Enrollment, Case Western Reserve University

  42. Chevy Freiburger, Dean of Enrollment, Central College

  43. Jennifer DeHaemers, Vice President of Student Recruitment and Retention, Central Michigan University

  44. Bob Nesmith, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Centre College

  45. Robert J. Lange III, Dean of Admission, Christopher Newport University

  46. Meredith Twombly, Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid, Clark University

  47. Julie Staker, Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing and Institutional Effectiveness, Coe College

  48. Gary Ross, Vice President for Admission and Financial Aid, Colgate University

  49. Suzette Stille, Dean of Admissions, College of Charleston

  50. Heather Albert-Knopp, Dean of Admission, College of the Atlantic

  51. Ann McDermott, Director of Admission, College of the Holy Cross

  52. Scott Friedhoff, Vice President for Enrollment, College of Wooster

  53. Mark J. Hatch, Vice President for Enrollment, Colorado College

  54. Heather Daniels, Director of Admissions, Colorado State University

  55. Jessica Marinaccio, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, Columbia University

  56. Mike Vandenberg, Director of Recruitment, Concordia College

  57. Candice Hill, Director of Traditional Undergraduate Admissions, Concordia University Texas

  58. Andy Strickler, Dean of Admission & Financial Aid, Connecticut College

  59. Jonathan Burdick, Vice Provost for Enrollment, Cornell University

  60. Sarah Richardson, Assistant Vice Provost for Enrollment, Director of Admissions, Creighton University

  61. Lee Coffin, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Dartmouth College

  62. Christopher Gruber, Vice President and Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Davidson College

  63. Iris Godes, Associate Vice President of Enrollment & Dean of Admissions, Dean College

  64. Tracey Dysart Ford, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Defiance College

  65. Gregory Sneed, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Denison University

  66. Bobby Andrews, Vice President for Enrollment Management, DePauw University

  67. Catherine McDonald Davenport, Vice President for Enrollment and Dean of Admissions, Dickinson College

  68. Brandon M. Boulter, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment, Dominican University of California

  69. Anne E. Kremer, Dean of Admission, Drake University

  70. Evelyn K. Thimba, Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management, Drexel University

  71. Jason Good, Vice President for Innovation and Student Recruitment, Eastern Mennonite University

  72. Genesis Meaderds, Director of Admissions, Eastern Oregon University

  73. John Sullivan, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Eckerd College

  74. Greg Zaiser, Vice President for Enrollment, Elon University

  75. Sandra Robbins, Dean of Enrollment, Emmanuel College

  76. Evan Lipp, Vice President of Admission and Financial Aid, Endicott College

  77. Alison Hildenbrand, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Fairfield University

  78. Luke David Schultheis, Vice President for Enrollment, Planning, and Effectiveness, Fairleigh Dickinson University

  79. Kristen Salomonson, Dean of Enrollment Services, Ferris State University

  80. Rachel Branch, Dean of Admissions, Flagler College

  81. Jody E. Glassman, Director of University Admissions, Florida International University

  82. Hege Ferguson, Director of Admissions, Florida State University

  83. John W. Buckley, Vice President for Admission and Student Financial Services, Fordham University

  84. Jess Savage, Director of Admission, Fort Lewis College

  85. John Chenier, Assistant Dean of Admissions, Framingham State University

  86. Jimmie Foster, Jr., Vice President of Enrollment Management, Franklin & Marshall College

  87. Arlene Wesley Cash, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, Frostburg State University

  88. Melissa A. Bevacqua, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, George Mason University

  89. Rick Clark, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Georgia Institute of Technology

  90. Gail Sweezey, Dean of Admissions, Gettysburg College

  91. Erin Hays, Director of Admission, Gonzaga University

  92. Dominique Burgunder-Johnson, Vice President for Marketing and Enrollment, Goshen College

  93. Jonathan Lindsay, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Goucher College

  94. Jodi M. Chycinski, Associate Vice President and Director of Admissions, Grand Valley State University

  95. Rebecca Chabrow, Director of Enrollment Management, Gratz College

  96. Victoria Clark, Director of Admissions, Greenville University

  97. Kyle Wooden, Director of Admission, Guilford College

  98. Monica C. Inzer, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Hamilton College

  99. Mai Nhia Xiong-Chan, Vice President of Enrollment, Hamline University

  100. Fumio Sugihara, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Hampshire College

  101. Chris Gage, Vice President for Strategy and Enrollment, Hanover College

  102. William Fitzsimmons, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Harvard University

  103. Thyra Briggs, VP for Admission & Financial Aid, Harvey Mudd College

  104. Christopher Schukei, Dean of Admissions, Hastings College

  105. Jess Lord, Vice President & Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Haverford College

  106. Ryan Cassell, Vice President for Enrollment and Dean of Admission, Hendrix College

  107. Andrew Bills, Senior Vice President for Enrollment, High Point University

  108. Ashley Browning, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Hollins University

  109. Lauren Campbell, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Holy Family University

  110. William J. Brown, Jr., Vice President for Enrollment Management, Hood College

  111. Ryan Spear, Dean of Admission, Houghton College

  112. Anthony E. Jones, Associate Provost/Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Management, Howard University

  113. Melissa Rosenberg, Director of Admissions, Husson University

  114. Evan Wilson, Dean of Admission and Student Financial Services, Illinois College

  115. Jeff Mavros, Director of Admissions, Illinois State University

  116. Stephanie Levenson, Vice President for Enrollment Management, John Carroll University

  117. David M. Phillips, Vice Provost for Admissions and Financial Aid, Johns Hopkins University

  118. Jason Moran, Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing, Juniata College

  119. Molly McGaughey, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Kansas State University

  120. Mary G. Parker, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Kent State University

  121. Diane Anci, Dean of Admissions & Vice President for Enrollment, Kenyon College

  122. Jennifer Sekol, Director of Admissions, Keystone College

  123. Gregory V. MacDonald, Vice President Enrollment Management, Lafayette College

  124. Christopher Brown, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Laguna College of Art + Design

  125. Chris Ellertson, Vice President of Enrollment, Lake Forest College

  126. Ken Anselment, Vice President for Enrollment and Communication, Lawrence University

  127. Rachel A. Nichols, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Lenoir-Rhyne University

  128. Ashley Skidmore, Dean of Undergraduate Admission, Lewis University

  129. Jody Goins, Vice President & Dean, Enrollment and Student Affairs, Lincoln Memorial University

  130. Lisa Knodle-Bragiel, Director of Admission, Linfield University

  131. Matthew X. Fissinger, Assistant Vice Provost, Undergraduate Admission, Loyola Marymount University

  132. Eric Nichols, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Loyola University Maryland

  133. Nathan Ament, Chief Enrollment Officer, Loyola University New Orleans

  134. Michael Konopski, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Lycoming College

  135. Kent Rinehart, Dean of Admission, Marist College

  136. Brian Troyer, Dean of Admissions, Marquette University

  137. Christian Andrade, Dean of Admission, Marymount Manhattan College

  138. Stuart Schmill, Dean of Admissions and Student Financial Services, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

  139. Heidi Reigel, Dean of Admissions, McDaniel College

  140. Shery Boyles, Director of Admission, Meredith College

  141. Bethany Perkins, Director of Admission, Miami University

  142. John Ambrose, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Michigan State University

  143. Allison A. Carter, Director of Admissions, Michigan Technological University

  144. Linda Olsen, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Middle Tennessee State University

  145. Nicole Curvin, Dean of Admissions, Middlebury College

  146. Sarah Shupenus, Vice President for Enrollment and Marketing, Millikin University

  147. Jonathan Squire, Dean of Admissions, Moore College of Art and Design

  148. Susana Briscoe-Alba, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Mount Saint Mary College

  149. Erika Yamasaki, Director of Admission, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles

  150. James W. Smith, Vice President of University Relations, Mount Vernon Nazarene University

  151. Melissa Falk, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Muhlenberg College

  152. Dave Follick, Dean of Admissions, Nassau Community College-SUNY

  153. Angel Perez, CEO-Elect, National Association for College Admission Counseling

  154. Megan Kokenge, Director of Enrollment Services, Nebraska Methodist College

  155. Stephen Eck, Executive Director of University Admissions, New Jersey Institute of Technology

  156. Jon Westover, Associate Vice Provost & Director of Admissions, North Carolina State University

  157. MJ Knoll-Finn, Senior Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Success, New York University

  158. Martin Sauer, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Athletics, North Central College (IL)

  159. Kimberly M. Odusami, Executive Director of Admissions and Enrollment, North Shore Community College

  160. Elizabeth Cheron, Assistant Vice President of Enrollment & Dean of Admissions, Northeastern University

  161. Gerri Daniels, Executive Director of Admissions, Northern Michigan University

  162. Christopher Watson, Associate Vice President, Dean of Undergraduate Enrollment, Northwestern University

  163. Dawn Aubry, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Oakland University

  164. Manuel Carballo, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Oberlin College

  165. Vince Cuseo, Vice President of Enrollment, Occidental College

  166. Kevin W. Jones, Vice President for University Enrollment, Ohio Christian University

  167. Candace J. Boeninger, Interim Vice Provost for Strategic Enrollment Management, Ohio University

  168. Stefanie D. Niles, Vice President for Enrollment and Communications, Ohio Wesleyan University

  169. Emily Roper-Doten, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Olin College of Engineering

  170. Noah Buckley, Director of Admissions, Oregon State University

  171. Brittany Preston, Director of Admission and Recruitment, Oregon State University-Cascades

  172. Kathleen Chambard, Assistant VP, Enrollment Marketing, Pace University

  173. Anna Miltenberger, Director of Admissions, Pacific Northwest College of Art

  174. Debbie Bazarsky, Dean of Enrollment, Engagement, and Diversity, Pennsylvania College of Art & Design

  175. Kristy Paredes Collins, Dean of Enrollment Management, Pepperdine University

  176. Yvonne Berumen, Vice President of Admission and Financial Aid, Pitzer College

  177. Seth Allen, Vice President for Strategy & Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Pomona College

  178. Matt Ogawa, Director of Admissions and Recruitment, Portland Community College

  179. David White, Dean of Admissions, Prescott College

  180. Karen Richardson, Dean of Admission, Princeton University

  181. Raul Fonts, Associate Vice President/Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Providence College

  182. Mitch Warren, Director of Admissions, Purdue University

  183. Jennifer Johnson, Vice President, Enrollment Management and Marketing, Queens University of Charlotte

  184. David Lesesne, Vice President for Enrollment, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Randolph-Macon College

  185. J. Carey Thompson, Vice President for Enrollment and Communications & Dean of Admission, Rhodes College

  186. David S. Williams II, Assistant Vice President, Director of Admission, Rice University

  187. Jennifer Machacek, Vice President for Enrollment, Ripon College

  188. Austin Mapston, Dean of Enrollment Services, Rocky Mountain College

  189. Faye F. Tydlaska, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Rollins College

  190. Thomas E. Bear, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology

  191. Courtney McAnuff, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment Management, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

  192. Jennifer Pahl, Director of Admissions, Saginaw Valley State University

  193. Karen Pellegrino, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Saint Joseph’s University

  194. Pamela Holsinger-Fuchs, Dean of Enrollment, Saint Martin’s University

  195. Mona Bowe, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Saint Mary’s College (IN)

  196. James R. Fowler, Jr., Vice President for Enrollment Management, Salve Regina University

  197. Eva Blanco Masias, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Santa Clara University

  198. Kevin McKenna, Vice President for Enrollment, Sarah Lawrence College

  199. Victoria Romero, Vice President for Enrollment, Scripps College

  200. Kate Innes, Director of Undergraduate Admission, Simmons University

  201. Mary Lou Bates, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Skidmore College

  202. Audrey Smith, Vice President for Enrollment, Smith College

  203. Todd Burrell, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville

  204. Enga Almeida, Strategic Coordinator, Southwestern Adventist University

  205. Tom Delahunt, Vice President for Recruitment and Enrollment, Southwestern University

  206. Cory Piper-Hauswirth, Associate Vice President of Admissions, College for Women, St. Catherine University

  207. Drew Nichols, Dean of Admission, St. Edward’s University

  208. Robert Oliva, Director of Recruitment, Office of Admissions, St. Francis College

  209. Benjamin Baum, Vice President of Enrollment, St. John’s College

  210. Florence Hines, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, St. Lawrence University

  211. Rosalind V. Alderman, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, St. Mary’s University

  212. Chris George, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, St. Olaf College

  213. Richard H. Shaw, Dean of Undergraduate Admission and Financial Aid, Stanford University

  214. Jacqueline Williams, Dean of Undergraduate Admission, Stevens Institute of Technology

  215. DJ Menifee, Vice President for Enrollment, Susquehanna University

  216. Jim Bock, Vice President and Dean of Admissions, Swarthmore College

  217. Aaron Basko, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Sweet Briar College

  218. Maurice Harris, Dean of Admissions, Syracuse University

  219. Shawn L. Abbott, Vice Provost for Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment Management, Temple University

  220. Chris Reed, Executive Director of Admissions, Texas A&M University

  221. Heath Einstein, Dean of Admission, Texas Christian University

  222. Jamie Hansard, Vice President of Enrollment Management, Texas Tech University

  223. James Dewey-Rosenfeld, Dean of Undergraduate Admission, The Catholic University of America

  224. Ellen Johnson, Vice President for Enrollment Management, The College of St. Scholastica

  225. Ben Toll, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, The George Washington University

  226. Beth Wiser, Executive Director of Undergraduate Admissions, The Ohio State University

  227. James Nondorf, Vice President and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, The University of Chicago

  228. Eric Stokes, Director of Admissions and Orientation, The University of Memphis

  229. Lee Ann Backlund, Vice President for Enrollment & Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, The University of the South

  230. Collin Palmer, Director of Undergraduate Admission, The University of Toledo

  231. Dave Fedorchak, Director of University Admissions, Towson University

  232. Adrienne Amador Oddi, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Trinity College

  233. Eric Maloof, Vice President for Enrollment Management, Trinity University

  234. J.T. Duck, Dean of Admissions & Enrollment Management, Tufts University

  235. Satyajit Dattagupta, Vice President of Enrollment and Dean of Admission, Tulane University

  236. Dale Bittinger, Assistant Vice Provost, Undergraduate Admissions and Orientation, UMBC -University of Maryland, Baltimore County

  237. Matt Malatesta, Vice President for Admissions, Financial Aid and Enrollment, Union College

  238. Kasey Urquidez, Vice President for Enrollment Management & Dean of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Arizona

  239. Lisa Przekop, Director of Admissions, University of California Santa Barbara

  240. Gordon D. Chavis, Jr., Associate Vice President-Enrollment Services SDES, University of Central Florida

  241. Clark V. Brigger, Executive Director of Admissions, University of Colorado Boulder

  242. Catherine A. Wilson, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Colorado Denver

  243. Nathan Fuerst, Vice President for Enrollment Planning and Management, University of Connecticut

  244. Donnell W. Wiggins, Assistant Vice President of Recruitment and Admission, University of Dayton

  245. Rodney Morrison, Vice President for Enrollment Management, University of Delaware

  246. Todd Rinehart, Vice Chancellor for Enrollment, University of Denver

  247. Zina Evans, Vice President Enrollment Management, University of Florida

  248. Andy Borst, Director of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

  249. Brent A. Gage, Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, University of Iowa

  250. Matt Melvin, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, University of Kansas

  251. Christine Harper, Associate Provost of Enrollment Management, University of Kentucky

  252. Alphonso Garrett, Jr., Director of Admissions and Recruitment, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

  253. Kedra Ishop, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, University of Michigan

  254. Heidi Meyer, Executive Director of Admissions, University of Minnesota Twin Cities

  255. Kim Humphrey, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, University of Missouri

  256. Lindajean Heller Western, Vice President for Enrollment Management, University of Mount Union

  257. Scott E. Steinberg, Vice President of University Admissions, University of New England

  258. Robert McGann, Director of Admissions, University of New Hampshire

  259. Stephen Farmer, Vice Provost for Enrollment and Undergraduate Admissions, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

  260. Claire Kirby, Director of Admissions, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

  261. Marcio Moreno, Director of Admissions, University of North Carolina Wilmington

  262. Don Bishop, Associate Vice President for Undergraduate Enrollment, University of Notre Dame

  263. Jim Rawlins, Assistant Vice President, Director of Admissions, University of Oregon

  264. Eric J. Furda, Dean of Admissions, University of Pennsylvania

  265. Marc Harding, Vice Provost for Enrollment, University of Pittsburgh

  266. Matthew Boyce, Vice President for Enrollment, University of Puget Sound

  267. Stephanie Dupaul, Vice President of Enrollment Management, University of Richmond

  268. Robert Alexander, Dean of Admissions, Financial Aid, and Enrollment Management, University of Rochester

  269. John Shultz, Vice President for Admissions and Marketing, University of Saint Mary

  270. Minh-Ha Hoang, Director of Admission, University of San Diego

  271. Michael Beseda, Vice Provost for Enrollment, University of San Francisco

  272. Mary Wagner, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management, Executive Director of Admissions, University of South Carolina

  273. Andrew Hendrix, Director of Admissions, University of South Carolina Aiken

  274. Mark Petty, Dean of Enrollment, University of South Dakota

  275. Timothy Brunold, Dean of Admission, University of Southern California

  276. Rachel Morales, Director of Admissions, University of Southern Maine

  277. Kristen Hatfield, Director of Admissions, University of St. Thomas (MN)

  278. Ryan M. Konkright, Dean of Admission, University of St. Thomas-Houston

  279. Fabrizio D’Aloisio, Assistant Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Director of Undergraduate Admissions, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

  280. Rachelle Hernandez, Senior Vice Provost for Enrollment Management and Student Success, University of Texas at Austin

  281. Scott Smiley, Director of Admissions, University of Texas Permian Basin

  282. Steve Robinson, Senior Associate Vice President for Enrollment Management, University of Utah

  283. Ryan Hargraves, Executive Director of Admissions, University of Vermont

  284. Greg Roberts, Dean of Admission, University of Virginia

  285. Corey M. Sjoquist, Director of Admissions, University of Wisconsin-La Crosse

  286. Derek Kindle, Vice Provost for Enrollment Management, University of Wisconsin-Madison

  287. Patrick Fay, Director of Admissions, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

  288. Jeffery T. Gates, Senior Vice President for Student Life and Enrollment Management, Utica College

  289. Ray Brown, Vice President for Enrollment, Valparaiso University

  290. Douglas L. Christiansen, Vice Provost for University Enrollment Affairs and Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Vanderbilt University

  291. Sonya Smith, Dean of Admission and Student Financial Services, Vassar College

  292. Brian Emerson, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Operations, Villa Maria College

  293. J. Leon Washington, Dean of Enrollment Management, Villanova University

  294. Vernon L. Beitzel, Director of Admissions, Virginia Military Institute

  295. Karen Vargas, Dean of Admissions, Wake Forest University

  296. Bart Blankenship, Director of Admissions, Warner University

  297. Sally Stone Richmond, Vice President for Admissions and Financial Aid, Washington and Lee University

  298. Ronné P. Turner, Vice Provost for Admissions and Financial Aid, Washington University in St. Louis

  299. Dawn Medley, Associate Vice President of Enrollment Management, Wayne State University

  300. Joy St. John, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Wellesley College

  301. Amin Abdul-Malik Gonzalez, Vice President & Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Wesleyan University

  302. George M. Zimmerman, Executive Director of Admissions and Recruitment, West Virginia University

  303. Phil Moreno, President, Western Association for College Admission Counseling

  304. Jay Murray, Associate Vice President for Enrollment, Western Connecticut State University

  305. Alicia Kornowa, Director of Admissions, Western Michigan University

  306. Kelly L. Hart, Director of Admission, Westfield State University

  307. Walter Caffey, Vice President for Enrollment and Dean of Admission and Student Aid, Wheaton College Massachusetts

  308. Josh Jensen, Vice President for Enrollment and Communications, Whitman College

  309. Thomas K. Malloy, Associate Vice President, Enrollment Management, Widener University

  310. Mary Randers, Dean of Admission, Willamette University

  311. Tim Wolfe, Associate Vice President for Enrollment, William & Mary

  312. Colleen Murphy, Vice President, Enrollment Management and Marketing, William Peace University

  313. Liz Creighton, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid, Williams College

  314. Amanda James, Director of Admissions, Winthrop University

  315. Brand Stille, Vice President for Enrollment, Wofford College

  316. Andrew B. Palumbo, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, Worcester Polytechnic Institute

  317. Robert F. Durkle, Chief Recruitment and Admissions Officer, Wright State University

  318. Jeremiah Quinlan, Dean of Undergraduate Admissions and Financial Aid, Yale University

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