Admissions Officers Hannah and Mark share the complex and dynamic work happening inside the Yale Office of Undergraduate Admissions. The podcast gives firsthand accounts of how officers read applications, make decisions within the Admissions Committee, and collaborate with other offices and resource centers. Yale College receives more than 35,000 applications annually for a first-year class of 1,550 students. Hannah and Mark give an inside look into the strategies and processes that enable admissions officers to attract promising applicants from around the world, consider every applicant through a whole-person review process, and build a class filled with strong students from an amazingly diverse collection of backgrounds. Recorded inside the Office of Undergraduate Admissions on Hillhouse Avenue, this new podcast pulls back the curtain to reveal some of Yale’s most fascinating and rewarding work.
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To help listeners better understand what test scores can and can’t say about a student’s relative strengths, Mark outlines an analogy he devised that connects standardized tests to his favorite sport. Dean Quinlan joins to discuss how applicants ofte... more
Part 3 in a 3-part series on Yale’s test-flexible policy. Over four years, Yale’s admissions office went from requiring the ACT or SAT, to being fully test-optional, to adopting a new test-flexible policy. Hannah and Mark give a quick history of the ... more
Part 2 in a 3-part series on Yale’s test-flexible policy. Hannah and Mark reveal the details of Yale’s newly announced test-flexible policy, which goes into effect for first year and transfer applicants for fall 2025 admission. They explain how appli... more
Great podcast for students and parents, whether applying to Yale or not.
I absolutely adored this insider look, very entertaining and informative. Only had a few complaints: the stuff about ratings feels very secretive, they say they don’t have them but they also do and refuse to get specific about it. Also I wish they would discuss how Yale differs from other universities a little bit more. This is obviously very Yale centric but they may lead some people astray by saying things that only apply to Yale
These folks are very articulate and the audio is good but the content is drivel. Getting into schools such as these truly is a crapshoot if you’re not a recruited athlete, moneyed legacy, or target demographic. In fact, the tone of this podcast probably gives people false hope. There are far better (and more practical) admissions podcasts out there.
It’s really nice to see how the Yale admissions process tries to make their process more transparent and approachable. Applying to college is incredibly stressful partly because so many schools tell you nothing about what they’re looking for or doing behind the scenes. Hannah and Mark make this process feel personal and respectful. Thank you for this!!
Yes, this podcast has its flaws, but I’m giving this 5 stars because it is so, so helpful and honest compared to every thing else in the admissions process. Thank you for actually talking about what makes an applicant stand out and what makes an essay stand out, and for combatting the false information people spew online to make money off of teenage anxiety. This podcast is so informative and calming for high schoolers, and I really hope you continue and find ways to reach more people.
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Inside the Yale Admissions Office launched 4 years ago and published 41 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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