Best Practices in Surveying Students Accepted into the College

Published - November 2015| Code - PRG107A| Affiliate - Primary Research Group

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The study presents data and commentary from 36 colleges and universities about how they interview students accepted into the college, both those that attend and those that decline. The study helps its readers to answer questions such as: how many interviews are conducted and through what means? What is the cooperation rate? Are incentives offered? Which college departments are most involved in the research? What do colleges learn from such research? Who uses the data and with what impact? What kind of reports are generated from the research? Do colleges use consultants for admitted student research? If so, how much do they spend?

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