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From the Dentist’s Office to Campus Visits: Lessons in First Impressions and Engagement

Enrollment Catalyst

As a seasonal resident of northern Michigan—my escape from Florida’s summer heat—I recently found myself navigating a new challenge: selecting a dentist. Though far removed from my professional realm, this experience offered pivotal insights into enhancing private school campus visits. Here’s how these observations can be translated into actionable improvements in your school’s admissions and enrollment strategy. 1—Influence of Online Reviews My wife chose this dentist based on glowi

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Summer Strategy Ideas for Harvard

The Koppelman Group

Let’s be honest, applying to Harvard is audacious. By Harvard, we are of course referring to the Harvard, the iconic Ivy League institution that needs no introduction around the globe. Go nearly anywhere and say “Harvard,” and whoever you’re talking to conjures up ideas of academic excellence and high expectations. The reputation is valid, and it’s upheld by the 7,100ish undergraduates and over 25,000 students total who call Harvard their academic home at any given time.

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A Year Unlike Any Other

The Thoughtful College Search

Will anyone mourn the end of the 2023-2024 admission cycle, if in fact it ever ends? The sportscaster Jim Nantz loves to describe the Masters golf tournament as a “tradition unlike any other.” For colleges this year has been a year unlike any other. That, of course, begins with the fiasco (fiasco is probably not a strong enough description) surrounding the rollout of a new version of the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).