On Demand - Early Action vs Early Decision

On Demand - Early Action vs Early Decision


Join us for this online session with admission professionals to learn about the differences between early action and early decision admission plans. Attendees will learn best practices in advising students and families through this process.

30 minutes CEU: 0.1


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Presenter


Mr. Petrone joined Marymount in 2012 after spending over a decade in college admission at the University of Rhode Island, New York Institute of Technology, Sea Education Association and Whitman College. During the 2008-2012 academic years PJ was the Assistant, and later Associate, Director for the California Regional Admission Office of Whitman College. He was responsible for the recruitment, evaluation and enrollment of all Californians, over 20% of Whitman's incoming classes.

PJ has gained a breadth of experiences over his career at a wide variety of institutions, and has traveled nationally to visit students and schools, most extensively along the Atlantic and Pacific Coasts. PJ is a graduate of the College Board's Enrollment Leadership Institute and is the current Board Chair for the Colleges that Change Lives, where he has been a Board member since 2011.


Originally from Long Island, New York, PJ earned dual Bachelor of Science degrees from the University of Rhode Island and a Master of Science in school counseling from the New York Institute of Technology.


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