Relieving Anxiety in College Bound Seniors: What’s actually happening within the Office of Admissions?
Recorded On: 07/10/2018
Have you, or one of your students, ever wondered what are the inner workings of an admissions office? From beginning to end, what actually happens once a student clicks the submit button on the application? Join admissions counselors from Carnegie Mellon University, Iowa State University, and Purdue University to discuss our admissions processes.
Our objectives are twofold. First, to provide independent educational consultants, working with college bound students, a detailed overview of various application review methods. Some schools take several months to release decisions while others release decisions instantly. Second, we will share how technology has shaped application review. The impact of technological advancement has allowed us to streamline the review process. We hope that the knowledge we share during this webinar helps you to relieve anxieties from students and parents.
Kariny Maria Contreras-Nuñez
Senior Assistant Director of Admissions, Purdue University
Kariny Maria Contreras-Nuñez is senior assistant director, community relations at Purdue University, where she oversees counselor programs, maintains and develops Community Based Organization, and collaborates in diversity and inclusion efforts. She has worked in various capacities in offices of admission from the age of 18 at Gettysburg College, Washington & Jefferson College, and Purdue University.
David E. Romero
Texas Regional Recruiter, Iowa State University
David E. Romero is the Texas regional recruiter at Iowa State University. He also leads the recruitment efforts for Iowa State University in the Southwest region and Puerto Rico. David's previous experiences in higher education include working as the program coordinator for the Science Bound program at Iowa State University and program coordinator for the University Leadership Network at the University of Texas at Austin.
Director, Office of Admission, Carnegie Mellon University
Erin Latimer is director of the office of admission at Carnegie Mellon University and has worked in college admission for five years, specializing in operational systems and databases. She previously worked in traditional admission positions at Carnegie Mellon University and at a small Liberal Arts college, and as a department chair and middle school Spanish teacher.
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