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Are You Making These Recruiting Mistakes? (Ask Yourself Today)

by Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services She took a big step. Scratch that, I think she took an enormous step, and I was excited to be a small part of it! Let me explain what I’m talking about. Earlier this year we partnered with this particular admissions counselor and the rest of her admissions team. During my individual meeting with her as a part of our on-campus workshop this summer she admitted to me that she was an introvert. I asked her then if she felt like her personality impacted the way she recruits. She didn’t have an answer and she said it wasn’t a big deal. I encouraged her to think more about it, and then I did what I always do…which is the same thing...


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When Logic Fails with Your Recruit – and Why

Screen Shot 2016-10-24 at 10.03.37 PMI'm the most logical guy I know. Seriously, I seldom make a mistake. I'm always pretty rational, and fairly grounded in reality. Just ask me, and I'll tell you: I make pretty good decisions, and do it the right way. Except when it comes to my justification for what shoes to keep wearing. And, it takes me a while to adapt to new technology once in a while, even though I know the reasons behind why I should make the switch. And then there's my inexplicable love of Starbucks iced tea. It's my drink of choice when I'm on the road working with clients, leading a recruiting workshop, or even when I'm back at the office on a...


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Streaming Music Has Taken Over

mike vizzoniMike Vizzoni, Front Rush Gone are the days of frantically digging through a messy bedroom drawer in search of your prized cassette mixtape. Popping that cassette into a Walkman had a certain gratifying experience that slowly disappeared as music became less physical. Fast-forward to the 90’s and compact discs were all the rage. CDs were the first mainstream format that digitally stored audio recordings. This format may have been similar to cassettes in the way you played it back: simply popping it in your Discman or CD player and rocking out to the latest Weezer or perhaps Backstreet Boys album, but the fact that the music was stored digitally really opened the doors to further innovation. Once the 2000’s came around...


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Determining If Your Prospect’s Objection Is Real

NCRC1by Jeremy Tiers, Director of Admissions Services They usually come up earlier rather than later – "Your campus is too small", "It’s too close to home, and I already know everything", "The food options aren’t great","The weather stinks". The list goes on and on. Your prospects list objections as to why your school isn’t going to be the right fit for them. Sometimes, they’re right. Much of the time they’re wrong. And I think the reason they’re wrong most of the time is because you haven’t corrected them about the common misconceptions that exist about your school. Objections are okay…in fact I would argue you should actually seek out what a prospective student doesn’t like about your school. When was the last time a prospect or parent didn’t have any...


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