- In a report to the University of Virginia's Board of Visitors last week, dean of admissions Greg W. Roberts said the school's admissions and financial aid offices don't work together enough on enrollment strategy and policy.
- Roberts says that some decisions coming from the offices in recent years have made U.Va. look less attractive to students comparing other aid offers.
- Additionally, he suggests that the school should consider offering some form of merit-based aid.
From the article:
The dean of admissions at the University of Virginia says the university risks losing top student applicants unless the admissions and financial aid offices work more closely together. ...