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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Mann Library, 102
Cornell University Mann Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853, USA
Designed primarily for parents/caregivers of high school students who are not yet seniors (although all are welcome), this program will help participants understand how to embark upon a customized college search that will maximize their teen’s chances for admission and financial aid. Find out what the glossy brochures aren’t telling you and learn from a parent who has successfully navigated this journey how to use free tools and data to reduce the guesswork and increase your student’s likelihood of acceptance.
Session 1: Thursday, Sept 10, 2019: Admissions
12-1 pm., 102 Mann Library
This workshop will focus on understanding the key factors that influence admissions decisions and using data tools and strategies to pinpoint which colleges are most likely to say yes to your student.
Presenter: Ruth Katz works in the Department of Human Resources/HR Analytics, where she designs tools to evaluate programs and measure their impact. She is the parent of a college student.