This past weekend Bryan Johnson, who serves as Associate Director of Admissions — Diversity Recruiting, received the prestigious Cornerstone Award for his work promoting diversity and inclusion at the University of Michigan.
Happy 2019! Hopefully, you didn’t spend too much time over the break frantically finishing your Round 2 Application. I spent part of the holiday season working with my son on a waitlist strategy for his top choice undergraduate program.
It’s that time of year again. Round 1 decision notification time.
You may be wondering what day admit calls will start, in what order the calls will be made, and, importantly, whether your number will be on the list.
As usual, it’s been a busy couple of weeks here! We’ve met hundreds of applicants at our Round 1 interview days. Current students are coffee chatting and mock interviewing in preparation for internship interviews.
If you’ve read about our Team Exercise or talked to candidates who’ve participated, you have a good sense of what the experience will be like — you’ll be placed on a team with other applicants to develop and solve a challenge based on randomly selected words. However, we’ve made some changes to the exercise this year that I wanted to share.