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Jonathan Burdick receives national award for diversity efforts

Jonathan Burdick receives national award for diversity efforts

September 30, 2016

The vice provost and dean of college admission, was presented with the Inclusion, Access and Success award by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC).

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University offers rewarding path to financial aid

University offers rewarding path to financial aid

July 1, 2016

Rochester was one of ten “Innovation Partners” in a new micro-scholarship platform called Raise.me, which allows high school students to bank money toward tuition costs when then record good grades, start a club, or volunteer in their community.

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Wanted: High-character students

Wanted: High-character students

January 20, 2016

The University of Rochester is planning several changes in response to “Turning the Tide,” Jonathan Burdick, vice provost for enrollment initiatives, said in an email to The Chronicle.

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Getting inside the mind of an applicant

Getting inside the mind of an applicant

September 28, 2015

When reading applications, admissions officers can see that entire history, which might include dozens of interactions spanning several months. All those data points help predict who’s a good bet to enroll, who’s probably a good fit.

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Virginia Tech says ‘no’ to old SAT for high school class of 2017

Virginia Tech says ‘no’ to old SAT for high school class of 2017

September 28, 2015

Jonathan Burdick, Vice President and Dean of College Admission at the University of Rochester, agrees, “We will prefer the new test over the old at Rochester because it’s a better test of the skills we value.”

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