Here's the scenario playing out right now in most college admission offices. Using 30% as the enrollment rate for our example college, if Counselor A gets a 40% enrollment rate from its pool of accepted-students while Counselor Z gets a 20% enrollment rate, A gets promoted while Z gets fired.
With this being the case, if you were an admissions counselor, what would you be looking for in your assigned pool of applicants? LTE!
For job-protection purposes, admission counselors will often make the admission/ scholarship decision based on the applicant's Likelihood-To-Enroll.
Deeply embedded in the CollegeLogic Approach is our plan to enhance our student's LTE in the minds of admission counselors. In doing so, we win a far higher rate of admission acceptances and earn significantly larger scholarships.
You might be wondering what scholarships have to do with LTE, as few people outside of CollegeLogic make that connection.
Knowing that admission counselor's compensation and promotion opportunity is directly tied to their enrollment rate, with the scholarship award being the only tool they have for increasing the applicant's LTE, we know to hold off making a deposit until we feel that we've maximized our scholarship potential.
It's our brief moment of having leverage, which is key to maximizing awards. It's the value of LTE.
If saving thousands on college cost or saving your retirement is important to you, then plan to join us for next Wednesday's webinar-
Saving Tens of Thousands on College Costs
with special guest Lawrence Sprung- Mitlin Financial.
Let's face it, we're up against the massive business machine of colleges. To protect our financial interests, we have to know better how to work the college system. I'll show you!
Join us next Wednesday night, Dec. 9th, 7:00 EDT-
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