Speaker: Rick Clark, Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech
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This discussion will provide tips and insight for families about the college admission experience. From creating a college list to visiting campus to understanding how admission decisions are really made, Mr. Clark will provide insider perspective and thought-provoking questions for your family to be asking as you consider college options.
About the Speaker
Rick Clark is the Director of Undergraduate Admission at Georgia Tech. In this role, he directs the Institute’s recruitment and enrollment efforts, manages the review and selection of all undergraduate applications, and leads the admission team.
Rick has served on numerous admission boards and advisory groups at both the regional and national level. He is a current member of a NACAC’s Committee on Leadership in College Admission and immediate Past Chair of the national Government Relations Committee. Rick travels annually to U.S. embassies through the Department of State to discuss the admission process and landscape of higher education. He was part of the 2018 Georgia Leadership Class, which exists to cultivate leaders across the state.
Over the last four years he has written a regular blog on the college admission process and topics regarding affordability of college. Rick is frequently quoted and referenced in national and international publications. He is the co-author of the forthcoming book The Truth about College Admission: A Family Guide to Getting In and Staying Together.
A native of Atlanta, he earned a B.A. from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and a M.Ed. from Georgia State University. Prior to coming to Tech, Rick was on the admissions staff at Georgia State, The McCallie School and Wake Forest University.