Looking at Inclusion through a Global Lens 27 Mar 2019 11:00 12:30

Looking at Inclusion through a Global Lens 27 Mar 2019 11:00 12:30

Mr Jonathan Burdick Presenter
Mr Bee Lee Chua Facilitator


Looking at Inclusion through a Global Lens

Diversity, access and inclusion are hallmarks of a globally-relevant higher education experience. While efforts to help low-income domestic or resident students find appropriate college matches are appropriately lauded, related initiatives to support low-income international students are not always as well-recognized nor understood. This interactive panel brings together enrollment & admissions leaders to explore ways to expand access and opportunities for low-income international students within the world-class universities. Panelists will discuss strategies, approaches & best practices for creating opportunities for low-income international students. Financial aid strategies and trends will be covered, as well practical methods for reaching & supporting refugee students.

Understand recent trends, methodologies and best practices in the strategic allocation of financial aid for international students. Develop new models & methodologies for allocating purposeful financial aid to attract & support international undergraduates. Enable admissions professionals to understand, compare & evaluate different financial aid models for international students; participants will weigh the most effective methodologies to determine financial need for prospective international students at their respective institutions. Assist enrollment leaders in developing approaches for identifying, attracting & supporting high-achieving, low-income (HALI) international students; develop ways to look at access & inclusion initiative through a global lens.



Mr Jonathan Burdick
Vice Provost for Enrollment Initiatives, Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid
University of Rochester

Dean Burdick leads efforts to identify, attract, counsel, assist, enroll, and retain students who—from a variety of intercultural backgrounds and perspectives—contribute to the University of Rochester and make the world ever better. In 2016 he received the National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) Inclusion, Access and Success award.

Mr Bee Lee Chua
Southeast-Asia Representative
College Board

BL Chua represents the College Board in Southeast Asia.

Room 308 & 309