Students will be able to track FIXit’s progress online each month as the University’s facilities services aim to speed up response times.
Admissions officials are in talks with other institutions to pair up admissions counselors and bring in a larger and more diverse applicant pool without increasing recruitment costs – a top goal for the University after several years of lackluster application growth.
Laurie Koehler is laying out GW’s data-driven recruitment strategy as rising tuition costs and sluggish selectivity complicates the admissions cycle even further.
Eleven workers claim the company, BRAVO! Building Services, fired them and then withheld more than $13,000 in wages after they cleaned residence hall rooms for about three weeks this May.