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Working Together Recruitment 101. Working Together Recruitment 101. Admissions and Student Financial Services helping you to more effectively represent Rider to prospective students and their families. Working Together Recruitment 101. Admissions. Current Publications.

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    1. Working TogetherRecruitment 101

    2. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Admissions and Student Financial Services helping you to more effectively represent Rider to prospective students and their families.

    3. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Admissions Current Publications

    4. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Enrollment Overview

    5. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Undergraduate FT Student Enrollment Fall 2006

    6. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Undergraduate Student Applications Fall 2006

    7. Projected Fall 2007 Prospects 20,000 Applicants 5,500 Accepts 4,070 1,100 Enrolled Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Admission Funnel

    8. Personalization Connected Learning Leadership Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Why should a student choose Rider University ?

    9. Location Quality of Faculty 95 % have highest degrees Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Why should a student choose Rider University ?

    10. Small class size 25-30 (Average) No Grad Asst. / TAs Success of our graduates 93% in jobs/advanced education Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Why should a student choose Rider University ?

    11. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Special Distinctions • AACSB • NCATE • NASM

    12. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 US News • Top tier northern region Princeton Review • Best 361 Colleges/Universities

    13. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Understanding Your Distinctiveness • What are the distinctive features of your program ? • How are we different from the competition ? • Who is your competition ? • Know your ‘story’.

    14. Top 10 Cross Admits: Working TogetherRecruitment 101 1. Monmouth University 2. Rowan University 3. Rutgers University 4. The College of New Jersey 5. Montclair State University 7. St. Joseph’s University 8. Ramapo College 9. Seton Hall University 10. Hofstra University

    15. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Aspirant Schools: 1. Villanova University 2. Loyola College 3. Providence College 3. Fairfield University 4. Marist College 5. Ithaca College 6. Drexel University 7. St. Joseph’s University

    16. Price vs. Cost Scholarships Working TogetherRecruitment 101 How to handle questions like: Why should I spend $x more to attend Rider vs. a State Institution?

    17. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Financing your Rider Education

    18. Grants Scholarships Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Where’s the “Free Money” ?

    19. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 • 1. The University: • A. Freshman Scholarships • B. Rider Advantage • C. Transfer and Part-time Scholarships • D. International Scholarships

    20. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 2. U. S. Federal Government: Financially High Need Students A. Pell Grants B. Supplementary Educational Opportunity Grant

    21. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 3. New Jersey State Government: A. Tuition Aid Grant B. Bloustein Scholars

    22. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 4. Scholarship Search: A. Fast Web B. High School Guidance Departments

    23. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Price vs. Cost

    24. Private Private State State 2 yr. Com muni ty 2 yr. Com muni ty EFC EFC - = Expected Family Contribution (Constant) Cost of Attendance (Variable) Need (Variable) Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Need Varies Based on Cost

    25. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 How do we award financial aid? 1. FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Student Aid) 2. Create a Cost of Attendance (COA) 3. Subtract a Family Contribution (EFC) 4. Determine a Financial Aid 5. Address financial need with above mentioned resources

    26. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Financial Counseling and Information Sessions: 1. Financial Planning 2. Preview Day: Individual Family Planning and Counseling 3. High School Nights 4. Individual Appointments

    27. Questions Working TogetherRecruitment 101

    28. Working TogetherRecruitment 101 Thank you !