Reporter Jackie Pascale spoke with Ginny Oberle Dudiak, director of territory management in the Office of Admissions.
A recent report by NBC affiliate WXII looking at how the pandemic has impacted how high school students are making their post-grad plan featured Elon University.
WXII anchor and reporter Jackie Pascale spoke with Ginny Oberle Dudiak, director of territory management in Elon’s Office of Admissions, who explained that this year Elon has seen its largest number of scholarship applications ever, with how to pay for college a major focus for students and their families.
“That’s the number one thing families are concerned about in the college process,” Dudiak told Pascale. “Nobody is happier when we get to offer scholarships than an admissions counselor, because we know that will allow a student to come to a university that we care passionately about.”
Find the entire report here.