Planning for Higher Education Journal

What Not to Do About Sagging Admissions

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From Volume 23 Number 2 | Winter 1994–1995
By David Treadwell, Jr.

Viewpoint Subtitles: Why the new callousness? Pull quotes: "Admissions directors have become more expendable than old newspapers or losing football coaches." "A top admissions dean can exert, at most, a 10 percent influence." "Professors fear cutbacks. So they press for a go-getter who can keep their classes full." "Academic chiefs have been reluctant to modernize their programs, and enforce better teaching." "Isn't it time that admissions deans sat on the president's cabinet?"

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