Suppose you are a college admissions director and every year you receive 5,000 applications for admission to your school while your school only has 1,000 slots open. Your school is prestigious and has a reputation for producing some of the best and brightest college graduates on the national market. ASSUME that there is NO possibility to expand the enrollment. A. What problems might you encounter as the admission's director? REMEMBER this is not a law course - so avoid discussing those issues. B. How might you handle them? GIVE EXAMPLES. C. Are there any financial considerations for the school?© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 24, 2018, 9:32 pm ad1c9bdddf
A. What problems might you encounter as the admission's director? REMEMBER this is not a law course - so avoid discussing those issues.
The foremost problem that the director would face would be the evaluation of students. It is obvious that the director would like to admit the best students out of the 5000 applications received. Next problem that he will face is denying admissions to the rest 4000 students. ...
Identify some financial considerations for the school.
Analysis of Co-Education at Dana Hall
Place yourself in the position of the new general director, Elaine Betts, as she prepares to meet with the mission review committee. Focus on the following topic for presentation:
Is it time for Dana Hall to embrace co-education? Develop a strong rationale for or against the notion of introducing co-education at Dana Hall. Is it a good idea? What are the pros and cons? Provide a strong argument with evidence to back up your position.
Provide an analysis of the problem and your preliminary action plan, in detail.
See the Harvard case:
Dana Hall: Funding a Mission
By F. Warren McFarlan, Herman B "Dutch" Leonard, and Melissa Tritter