Academic journal article College and University

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Academic journal article College and University

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Is there an ideal enrollment management structural template? Stan Henderson, University of Illinois atUrbana-Champlain, argues that enrollment management must be refocused through the academic lens of the institution as articulated by the president in order to develop an ethos-driven template that will engage all members of the community.

Enrollment managers play an integral role in determining financial aid policy at all levels, starting with their own institutions. Thomas C. Green, Seton Hall University, examines the role that federal, state, and institutional policies have played in shaping access for students based on race and income levels.

The United States Supreme Court has had a significant role in the exploration and definition of affirmative action in this country. Jerome C. Weber, The University of Oklahoma, Myron L. Pope, The University of Central Oklahoma, and Michael W. Simpson, University of Wisconsin Law School, explore the historical role of the U. S. Supreme Court, examine the decisions made in affirmative action-related cases, and provide some recommendations that professionals in higher education should consider in attempting to respect the recent decisions of the Court.

The Web has increasingly replaced the catalog and other print materials among both prospective and enrolled students as the preferred medium for obtaining information about colleges and universities. Michael Poock, East Carolina University, conducts focus groups with current and prospective graduate students to revisit the subject of Web site usability and content. …

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