Vice President for Enrollment Greg Zaiser was among the experts cited in the report, which looked at how admissions offices and prospective students are addressing challenges.
A recent article in The Hill focused on how college admissions offices and prospective students are adapting in the face of COVID-19 challenges includes insights from Greg Zaiser, vice president for enrollment at Elon.
Zaiser explained that with the disruptions for prospective students, including the shift to online learning and pass/fail grading as well as alterations to standardized testing, colleges and universities are having to rethink the tools and approach they use to assess student performance.
“Another thing to consider is students’ preparation for the SAT or ACT when some material on the exams would have been covered in a physical class that might be diminished in an alternate setting,” Zaiser told The Hill. “Fundamentally, we’re all going to continue to advocate for students. As an admissions office, we are focused on admitting students – and that will continue to be our goal as their education is especially impacted by the pandemic.”
Read the entire article here.