It’s no secret that spring can be one of the busiest windows of time in the admissions cycle. Between spring break visits, yield events, spring recruitment travel, and mentally maintaining prospective and accepted classes, it’s easy to find ourselves and our student employees burning out. How can we best maintain great energy as we move into one of the most important times of year? How can we ensure our students are still getting the best service possible? And how can we make sure we still have a bit of time for ourselves?
In our broadcast, we’ll discuss what feeds into the spring burnout, as well as some strategies to avoid the burnout and to maintain our focus all the way through May.
Nicole LentineNicole Lentine is business development specialist at mStoner, Inc. Nicole works closely with mStoner's marketing team to connect with new clients, identifying their challenges and finding the solutions that best fit their needs. Nicole previously served as an admissions counselor at her alma mater, Champlain College in Burlington, VT. She speaks about college admissions and digital communication strategies at regional and national conferences including NEACAC, HigherEdWeb, and UBTech.
Dr. Erin Earle
Dr. Erin Earle is the Director for the Campus Visit Experience at The University of Rhode Island. This is her 14th year in college admission. She manages all on-campus initiatives including student ambassadors, the visitor center, and recruitment and matriculation events. Erin is a native Rhode Islander who is privileged to represent her two-time alma mater receiving both a B.A. in Public Relations and M.S. in College Student Personnel from The University of Rhode Island. She received her Doctorate in Education in 2014 from Johnson & Wales University conducting her dissertation research on student veterans and the admission process. She was Conference Chair for NEACAC’S 2015 Annual Meeting & Conference and is currently a member of their Governing Board. Erin is also Past-President of the Rhode Island Association of Admission Officers and the co-founder of the Women Council for Admission Professionals (WCAP).