AdmissionsDean Investigates: Do Adcomms Search Applicants’ Online Activity?

November 2, 2010 at 5:01 pm (Applying to Law School)

Several months back, I posted about my concern over remaining anonymous and fears that admissions committees search applicants’ online activity. The original post can be read here. President and Founder, Don Macaulay digs to the bottom of this seemingly secretive tactic in his interview with Duke Law’s Associate Dean for Admissions & Student Affairs, Bill Hoye.   According to Mr. Hoye, Duke’s admissions committee reads over 8,000 applicants each year, leaving them with very little time to search out applicants’ online affairs.  Read the entire insightful interview here.


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