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Office of Undergraduate Admissions

Year-Round Recruitment Cycle


Recruiting Cycle

COLLEGE FAIRS, OUT- SCHOLARSHIP INTERVIEWS, COLLEGE


SLA, PREPARATION, BOOTCAMPS
OF-STATE TRAVEL FAIRS, OUT-OF-STATE TRAVEL
Transfer Information Session Transfer Info cont'd
Instant Decision Day ADMITTED STUDENT Transition Day
Transition Day EVENTS, JUNIOR REPORTING,
COLLEGE FAIRS, ON-
RECRUITMENT, FLY-INS PLANNING,
CAMPUS EVENTS
Transfer Info cont'd PREPARATION
ENROLLMENT CONSORTIUM, PLANNING,
PREPARATION, BOOTCAMPS Transition Day
Transfer Info cont'd Instant Decision Day

June July August September October November December January February March April May

COLLEGE FAIRS,
PEACH STATE TOURS REPORTING,
COLLEGE FAIRS, OUT-
Transfer Info cont'd PLANNING, AND
OF-STATE TRAVEL
PREPARATION PLANNING &
Transfer Info cont'd
Transfer Info cont'd PREPARATION JUNIOR RECRUITMENT, OUT-
Transition Day Transition Day Transition Day OF-STATE TRAVEL, ADMITTED
Instant Decision Day STUDENT EVENTS
Transition Day
Instant Decision Day

Year-Round office of Admissions


Summer Program, Planning & Preparation during June & July
Ta'Keyah Holder
High Schools Counselors group tour for Fall 2017
Summer Leadership Academy
Bi-Weekly Recruitment Meetings Maximizing Millennials in the Workforce

Review recruiting results and generate reports

Submit final reports: Travel Summary, Travel Report,


Recruitment Plan Outline
Deadline June 15th

Summer Leadership Academy

Boot camps Athletics & Academic Departments

Phone Bank, Admissions Emails, AdmitHub

Tuition Classification list, CPC list, Residency, &


calling campaign
College Fairs August, September, October, November, December
Amina Moss

College Fairs, Peach State Tours, Probe


Fairs, NACAC, Florida Tour, CACRAO,
Other Circuits, SACAC

Process files: calculating GPAs and


Freshmen Index and 36th a file.

Prepare Spring Recruitment Plan

Travel Authorization
January, February, March, April, & May
Bryan Blackwell / Phil Foster
Post baccalaureate Scholarship Liaison

Spring Admitted Events


Calling campaigns - Financial Aid Call List
Fly In Programs
Spring College Fairs ( in-state and out-of-state)
Welcome Center Assistance
Atlanta NACAC (out-of-state)
Junior Recruitment
Type of Events
Vilma Sampson

Recruitment Report: FA 2016 to SP 2017


Summary of events attended per month and day
Vilma Sampson

Recruitment Report: FA 2016 to SP 2017


Out of State Travel
Andra Brantley

Alabama
Connecticut
Florida
Illinois
Maryland
Massachusetts
Missouri
New York
North Carolina
Ohio
Pennsylvania
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
Puerto Rico
Transfer Recruitment
Michael Kimble

Traditional Transfer Transfer Information Session


June-December
North Atlanta, North Georgia & Out of
State (Primary: Alabama) Instant Decision Day
Transition February, April, June, November,

Transition Day
Transient
September-December & February-April

Specialty (Re-Entry)
Admitted Student Reception
May

Transfer College Fairs


October April
MOVE ON WHEN READY (MOWR)
Bianca Lopez

ATLANTA PERIMETER COLLEGE CONTACTS


GPA Requirement: 3.0 Gina Gavin: ggavin@gsu.edu
Test scores: Students may take either the
ACT or SAT. The following minimum scores Julie Lociciero: jlocicero@gsu.edu
are required:
ACT Requirement: 23 English and 23 Math
Old SAT Requirement: 530 Verbal (Critical
Reading) and 530 Math
New SAT Requirement: 29 Reading
Section and 560 Math
Freshman Index (FI): 2600 or higher
Success Academy
Amina Moss

Success Academy is a three Success Academy first semester is a


semester (summer, fall and spring) 7 week term and students will be
first year program to help incoming taking 7 credits hours
freshmen from all majors transition
successfully into Georgia State GSU 1010 New Student Orientation
University. This program started in
2012, as an alternative for deferring English 1101- English Composition 1
students below the University's
Third course to be chosen from the
academic profile until the spring
Social Science or Humanities of the
semester.
Core Curriculum
Success Academy Cont.
Amina Moss

No separate application for


admissions consideration
Based on High school Core GPA*,
Standardized Test Scores (SAT
and/or ACT) and Freshman Index
Invitation to Success Academy is the
student's admissions decision for
Fall 2017
Participation is not optional if
planning to matriculate to Georgia
State University as incoming
Freshman
Financial Aid Liaison
Tony Wahab

Conduct Financial Aid Workshops throughout the Conduct in-person meetings, phone calls and
year on campus and off-campus (Information nights, messaging to address Financial Aid concerns
High School Financial Aid nights)
Review Financial Aid requirements with students and
Present Financial Aid information at most on campus parents including verification items and awarded aid
Admissions Student events (Panther Preview, package to provide more personalized counseling
Admitted Student Events, Summer Success
Academy, transfer information sessions) Maintain understanding of Banner content used by
Financial Aid and Verification processes
Serve as the primary point of contact for Financial
Aid concerns for incoming freshman undergraduate Maintain relationships with the Financial Aid Office to
students at the Atlanta Campus gather updates and relay/train Admissions
recruitment team and Welcome Center
Respond to emails (my own and also general
Admissions mailbox), Admit Hub Messages Calling Campaigns for Financial aid issues
regarding Financial Aid

Conduct Financial Aid outreach and Prep-Talk Address inquiries and resolve complaints about
sessions Financial Aid , affordability and tuition balances that
come through the Office of Admissions
Thank You