Partnering for Success: Working Collaboratively With Admissions to Bring in the Best Class Possible

Wednesday, June 26, 2019: 3:00 PM-4:00 PM
Southern Hemisphere IV/V (Walt Disney World Dolphin)

Session Type: Interest Sessions
Track: Enrollment & Retention Track
Audience: All
Credit Type: Credit Hours and Clock Hours
School Type: All Schools
Financial aid plays an important role in enrollment management. From bringing in a class, retaining a class, and eventually graduating a class, financial aid is an integral part in the life cycle of a student. As the demand for data grows in this process, learn how UConn collaborates with the undergraduate admissions office to make data-informed decisions. In this session, staff from UConn's undergraduate admissions and financial aid offices will be present to discuss what has worked and what has not worked in their data models, as well as how they are continuously improving to streamline data to help make decisions.
Carrie Fernandes (University of Connecticut)
Dr. Shannon Venezia (University of Connecticut)
Carrie Fernandes (University of Connecticut and Southern Connecticut State University)
Lawrence Walsh (University of Connecticut)