What’s College Admissions Without a Blog?

USA“College-admissions offices overwhelmingly consider social media important for recruiting students, and more institutions are creating blogs and online profiles, new studies show. Thirty-three percent of admissions offices kept blogs in 2007, and 29 percent maintained social-networking profiles, according to a report released today by the National Association for College Admission Counseling, known as NACAC. The report, ‘Reaching the Wired Generation: How Social Media Is Changing College Admission’, is based on survey responses from 453 colleges in the spring of 2007 …” (more)

[Sara Lipka, Chronicle of Higher Education, 29 April]

One Response to “What’s College Admissions Without a Blog?”

  1. I think blogs is the best media these day to speak out our mind!

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