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Using the Internet in College Admission: Strategic Choices

Journal of College Admission Volume 162, ISSN 0734-6670


The Internet, World Wide Web, and CD-Roms appear to have the potential to help meet higher education recruitment managers' needs to recruit better students while reducing costs for their institutions. No one is certain where technological innovation will lead, but they are altering enrollment managers' practices and organizations. (Author/MKA)


Hossler, D. (1999). Using the Internet in College Admission: Strategic Choices. Journal of College Admission, 162, 12-18. Retrieved January 23, 2019 from .

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