What does an Admissions do?
Admissions officers evaluate applications from prospective students interested in attending a college, university, or other educational institution. They handle the intake, processing, evaluation, and determinations of submitted applications. They verify the accuracy of information and confirm that application packages are complete and contain all required elements. At some schools, they have direct interaction with prospective students and advise them about admissions and applications processes and procedures. They may also participate in recruitment and marketing initiatives and programs. They ensure adherence to all regulations and department policies.
Admissions officers typically have a bachelor’s degree and a background in a higher education or business field. Experience with admissions or enrollment services is preferred. They must have an in-depth understanding of the admissions and enrollment process. Good communication skills are required.
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Admissions Career Path
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