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How do you rate your knowledge about the departments and people who work at your institution? Be specific about what you know and what you still need to learn and how you will do that.
What kinds of questions do prospective students typically have? How will you answer these questions more effectively as a result of this course?
Your state provides enrollment agreement requirements. Compare your enrollment agreement against your state agency requirements. How does your enrollment agreement match up? Discuss...
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Your state provides a list of required information to be included in catalogs. Compare your catalog against the requirements listed. How does your catalog match up? Discuss any...
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What are the steps you need to follow when contacting and eventually enrolling a student? What kind of checklist is available to help ensure you follow each step correctly?
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What student services are offered by your institution and how do you plan to talk about them with prospective students?
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What surprised you as you read about language and information you can and cannot use when communicating with prospective students?
As you learn about the regulatory agencies that oversee your institution, what did you discover that you didn't know before?
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Investigate meetings and training opportunities available for you. Which ones will you participate in and why did you make these selections?
Discuss what methods are used to keep you informed about changes at your institution that affect your job in the Admissions Department. What could make this process more effective?

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