Join AcceptU for a panel discussion exclusively for school counselors with current admissions officers from four colleges and universities you might not have heard of: Bates College, College of Charleston, Ithaca College and University of Puget Sound. We will discuss the previous year in admissions – challenges and success – and preview the upcoming cycle. Topics include standardized testing; campus visits; and important factors in the application review process. We ask that only school counselors/administrators, not prospective families, attend this session.
In lieu of the traditional “counselor breakfast,” we will be sending a $5 Starbucks gift card to all attendees of the webinar.
Audrey Burns has been working in Admission since she graduated from Bates College with a degree in Theater and Rhetoric in 2017. After two years with the University of Vermont, Audrey returned to Bates and now works as a Senior Assistant Dean and Campus Visitor Experience Manager. Audrey is passionate about education, working with students, and demystifying the college process.
Dr. Matthew Boyce is the Vice President for Enrollment at the University of Puget Sound. As the VP for Enrollment, he oversees university admissions and student financial services. Prior to joining the Puget Sound team, Boyce spent nearly a decade at George Mason University most recently serving as Executive Director of Enrollment Management. Boyce holds a BA in psychology and philosophy from Villanova University, a MEd in school counseling from Boston University, and a PhD in education with a concentration in Higher Education from George Mason University.
Amy Takayama-Perez is the vice president of university marketing and enrollment planning at College of Charleston. She previously served as the dean of admission and as executive director of the Washington Scholars Program at George Mason University. Takayama-Perez holds a bachelor’s degree in sociology and a master’s in education in counseling and development from George Mason University in Fairfax, Va.
Nicole Eversley Bradwell is the executive director of admission at Ithaca College. Nicole has spent over 25 years working in admission at the college, serving as director of admission since 2015. Nicole holds a master’s degree in organizational communication, learning & design from Ithaca College and a bachelor’s degree in communications from the State University of New York at Oswego.