33rd Annual Summer Institute on College Admission and School Relations
July 21–25, 2013
The University of San Diego
Join us at the five-day Institute on College Admission and School Relations, and begin setting the foundation for a rewarding and lasting career in college admission.
This annual event was designed to help newly hired admission and outreach staff develop the skills necessary to build strong institutional partnerships and assist students in the coming years. Faculty from a variety of institutions will provide personalized instruction, while discussion-based workshops will give you an opportunity to make connections and network among peers.
Apply now (.pdf/812 KB) to participate in this in-depth professional development event and:
- Discuss the larger policy issues that impact institutions and families
- Learn about the factors that affect admissions decisions
- Gain a better understanding and appreciation of the admissions profession
- Begin building a long-lasting career
Institute sessions will focus on topics most relevant to enrollment offices, including:
- Implications of demographic changes on college enrollment
- Marketing and recruitment
- Ethical dilemmas
- Aspects of diversity
- Communication skills
- High school relations
- Evaluation of applicants
- Use of standardized tests
- Financial aid
More than 250 colleges and universities across the country have sent participants to the institute. Join our community of passionate and distinguished colleagues to gain a comprehensive understanding of the role that admission professionals play in the higher education landscape.
View a list of institutions that have sent participants in previous years (.pdf/174K).
Learn firsthand from esteemed leaders in the rapidly changing field of enrollment management who will share their knowledge and offer insights.
This year's institute will be led by:
- Yvonne Berumen, Mount St. Mary's College, Los Angeles
- Timothy Brunold, University of Southern California
- Deren Finks, Harvey Mudd College
- Erica Johnson, Lewis & Clark College
- Alice Kleeman, Menlo-Atherton High School
- James Montoya, The College Board
- Wendy Peterson, Washington State University
- Stephen Pultz, University of San Diego
- Bryan Whish, Colorado State University, Fort Collins
- Michelle Whittingham, University of California Santa Cruz
- Ken Woods, The College Board
Download the brochure with our application form (.pdf/812 KB).
|Registrant from Member Institution||$900|
|Registrant from Nonmember Institution||$950|
Registration fees include:
- Accommodations—a shared bedroom in an apartment
- Meals and refreshment breaks
- All resource materials
Please note that all participants must reside in the on-campus housing during the institute.
Enrollment is limited and applicants are accepted on a rolling basis. Once the institute fills up, additional participants will be put on a waiting list, and they will be notified two weeks before the institute if there is space available.
Applications must be received by July 1, 2013. After July 1, please call 408-367-1429 to learn if space is still available.
An income-tax deduction is allowed for educational expenses (including tuition, travel, meals, and lodging) undertaken to maintain and improve professional skills. (See Treasury Regulation 1:162-5 or Coughlin vs. Commissioner 270 F2d 307.)
There is no cancellation fee for registered participants who cancel at least three weeks before the institute. Participants who cancel less than three weeks before the institute will be charged a $100 service fee. No refunds will be given for cancellations made three days or fewer before the institute begins.