Your Top 10 Admissions Frustrations Solved
We know that being a part of a higher education admissions team is difficult work. Because of this, we interviewed several college admissions professionals and, with the promise of anonymity, have compiled a list of their main frustrations and identified some of the ways they’ve solved them.
In this whitepaper, we’ll cover 10 of the most common frustrations for admissions professionals and suggest some of the strategies used to overcome them.
Download our whitepaper to learn more about:
- What are the ten most common frustrations among college admissions professionals
- How to overcome these challenges
- Advice from real admissions professionals
Please fill out the form to the right and we’ll email you a link to download the whitepaper.
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