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On Demand - College Admission Case Studies

[Recording Available Thursday, 10/18, 2018]

On Demand - College Admission Case Studies

Join us as we examine college admission case studies to examine factors in the admission process.

30 minutes CEU: 0.1

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Monica Inzer, Vice President for Enrollment Management at Hamilton College

Since Monica’s arrival in 2004, Hamilton has achieved unprecedented success in the areas of student quality, diversity, selectivity and retention, while also strengthening its commitment to being a school of opportunity by making financial aid a priority, eliminating merit scholarships (in 2007), and joining fewer than four dozen colleges or universities that pledge to be both need-blind in admission and meet 100% demonstrated financial need (in 2010).  Monica recently served on The Common Application Board of Directors, and is regularly invited by high schools, professional associations, and the national media to speak about admission, financial aid and enrollment issues. 

She was formerly the dean of undergraduate admission and student financial services at Babson College in Wellesley, MA, director of admissions at Worcester Polytechnic Institute in Worcester, MA, and held various admission and development positions at Moses Brown School in RI, The Gunnery School in CT and Muhlenberg College in PA. Monica was from the first generation in her family to attend college, and is enormously grateful for her own liberal arts college education at Skidmore College in NY.

Though her career adventures have been rewarding and interesting, Monica credits her own children (Kelsey (28) and Jack (17)) with teaching her the most important lessons in life.

Rick Clark, Director of Undergraduate Admissions at Georgia Tech

Rick directs the Institute’s recruitment and enrollment efforts, manages the review and selection of all undergraduate applications, and leads the admission team. Under his leadership, the Institute has dramatically increased applicant selectivity, raised the overall academic profile, and exceeded goals for geographic, gender and ethnic diversity.

Rick has served on the SACAC Governing Board, the ACT Council, and the College Board Search Advisory Board. He is currently serving as the Chairman of the NACAC Government Relations Committee and is the past-Chair of Georgia Tech’s Staff Council. He is part of the 2018 Georgia Leadership Class, which exists to cultivate leaders across the state.

He writes a regular blog on the college admission process and topics regarding affordability of college. Rick is frequently quoted and referenced in national and international publications.
A native of Atlanta, he earned a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.Ed. from Georgia State University. Prior to coming to Tech, Rick was on the admissions staff at Georgia State, The McCallie School and Wake Forest University. He and his family live in Decatur, Ga where he serves on the Governing Board for a Dekalb County Charter School and coaches youth soccer.

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