Three years after the pandemic spurred a technology revolution at colleges across the country, a new set of advances is changing the game again. Beyond virtual-first admissions platforms and streamlined online applications, what’s on the horizon?
We’ll take a look at “How Technology Is Changing Admissions Work” in this coming virtual forum, on Tuesday, September 19 at 2 p.m. ET. We’ll explore key considerations for the future of tech in admissions, including:
- What’s changed since the pandemic, and what remains the same?
- Where do opportunities exist with generative AI?
- How can AI tools help admissions officers create stronger interpersonal connections with applicants?
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Host: Ian Wilhelm, deputy managing editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education
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