Past Presentations & Meetings

PCPR 2023 May Meeting : "Is College Worth It?"

PCPR 2023 June Meeting : "Is College Worth It? Part II"

PCPR 2023 February Meeting
"HBCUs: A Visible Choices"

PCPR Meeting - January - “Optimizing Engagement with PASSHE Universities

November Meeting National Scholarship Month

PCPR 2022 December Meeting: Tech Majors and Careers

September Meeting: PCPR 2022 September Meeting: Building Your Professional Toolbox

October Meeting:PCPR 2022 October Meeting: Supporting PA Act 158

At the April, 2022 PCPR meeting we dive into “Toward A More Equitable Future For Postsecondary Access”, a Lumina-funded research project conducted by the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC), in partnership with the National Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators (NASFAA).

David Hawkins, Chief Education and Policy Officer from NACAC, takes us through this critical journey of self-examination with a look at the entry challenges to postsecondary education and the recommended next steps.

This is Part 1 of a series of sessions to help professionals better assist students in navigating through the significant and continuous college admission and financial aid shifts.

The rapid-fire of continuous changes in college admission is overwhelming. The implications of DEI on test optional alternatives, the use of legacy admission, and scholarship lures and discounting, have recently topped the headlines.

The May PCPR network meeting featured a top-level panel of seasoned college admission professionals as they dissect the shifts and share updated approaches to college admission. This session is designed to enhance your strategies to help students navigate through the entry challenges of higher education.

Panelists included Darryl Jones, Gettysburg College, Michael White, Slippery Rock University, Dr. Darren Lipscomb, Community College Philadelphia