Survey: Admission Officers Reveal Stark Concerns about Coronavirus' Impact
If you've been worried about the impact that the coronavirus might be having on college admissions, you're in good company — it turns out that admission officers are concerned as well.
That's the word from a new survey that EAB conducted to get a feel for how higher education's enrollment leaders are reacting to the COVID-19 outbreak. The respondents indicated that they have concerns about yielding the fall 2020 class, and the vast majority of enrollment officials are working to mitigate a drop in campus visit requests. Read on for a more detailed breakdown of how the admission officers (AOs) responded to the survey.
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