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Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

Getting In: A College Coach Conversation

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March 30th 2017:Evaluating Campus Safety - Office Hours: Waitlists and Appealing a Denial, Finding Scholarships in Spring of Senior Year

Waitlisted? Curious about what this means and why this happened? Tune in to the show as we use our Office Hours segment to discuss this and offer a little advice around whether or not you can appeal a denial. We’re also talking to campus safety advocate Jordan Draper about how to review statistics and ask questions to determine the safety of a given campus. Finally, if you’ve waited until now or just realized that you need more money, we have some tops for finding scholarships in the spring of senior year.

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Stacey MacPhetres

Stacey MacPhetres has devoted her professional career to education finance. With extensive experience in financial aid administration at Emerson College and Elms College, Stacey has counseled thousands students and families through the financial aid process. In addition, she spent more than a decade working in education finance at JPMorgan Chase, where she was responsible for managing loans for both federal and private loan portfolios. Prior to joining College Coach, Stacey served as a consultant in financial aid for Mount Holyoke College. She holds a bachelor’s in political science from Marist College and a master’s in political communication/marketing from Emerson College. She is a membe
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Mary Sue Youn

Mary Sue Youn joined College Coach after many years in college admissions, most recently at Barnard College, where she served as the senior associate director of admissions. As the senior manager of the admissions staff, Mary Sue coordinated admissions recruitment travel, and trained and directed the application reading and review process. She chaired the admissions committee and reviewed thousands of applications from both first-year and transfer admissions applicants. Prior to her tenure at Barnard, Mary Sue was an admissions counselor at Whittier College and directed the merit scholarship process for the college. A graduate of Cornell University, she began her admissions career as an al
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Dr. Jordan Draper

Jordan Draper has focused her Student Affairs experience within the Student Conduct and Title IX fields. Jordan has worked in Student Conduct at University of Maryland and Rutgers University and has most recently transitioned to a focus on Title IX serving as the Title IX Coordinator at The College of New Jersey. Jordan recently completed her doctorate at Rutgers University in Education, Culture, and Society in August 2016. Her dissertation explores an online sexual violence program and evaluates whether students participating had an increase of knowledge regarding sexual violence, changed attitudes around rape myths, and felt more comfortable reporting incidents to University staff member
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