Attracting low-income, high-ability students

Topics: Academic Affairs, Enrollment Management, Financial Aid, Admissions, Student Affairs, Student Experience, Special Populations, First Generation Students

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David Attis

David Attis, Practice Manager

June 28, 2013

While recruiting and cultivating a diverse student mix remains an important enrollment goal at most universities, students from diverse backgrounds—particularly low-income students with exceptionally high test scores—are not attending selective schools.