YCBK 360: Tough questions about college fraternities
YCBK 360: Tough questions about college fraternities [Transcript]

YCBK 361: Chasing Athletic Scholarship Dreams Can Be a Costly Mistake

In this week’s episode you will hear

In the News (20:32): Mark and Dave discuss a Kiplinger Personal Finance article by Erin Wood entitled, “Chasing” Athletic Scholarship Dreams Can Be a Costly Mistake”. The article is dated on July 17, 2022. (Length 31 minutes)

This week’s question (51:00): Mark and Lisa answer a question from Ashley, who is a school-based college counselor in Missouri end she is seeking advice so she has a series of excellent questions for us about following up with students who you have worked with before but they are now college students.

(Length 21 minutes)

This week’s interview (1:12:14): Mark and Julia continue their interview with Lee Coffin, the Vice Provost of enrollment at Dartmouth College. Mark and Julia ask Lee tough questions about the current landscape of college admissions. Each segment is around 20 minutes. This is part 4 of 4. After this series is over, for the following three weeks, Lee does a College Spotlight on Dartmouth College. Preview of Part 4 :

  • I ask Lee how he plans on handle the use of Chat GPT by students
  • I ask Lee how he plans on handling it when he senses a student is using Chat GPT
  • I ask Lee, now that you are up 30% in applications what changes have you made to recruitment and events, file reading, or predicting yield? You want to listen to Lee’s answer as he really breaks some news here
  • I ask Lee if they have made any changes on their predictive modeling method to calculate yield (Length 24 minutes)

Mark’s recommended resource of the week (1:24:24): Recommended Resource: Article on 20 questions to ask before you select an Honors Program or an Honors College

College Spotlight (1:36:38): For our College Spotlight, Kevin Newton talks going overseas for Law School. Part 1 of 2


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