HALI Access Network Survey on 2020 Undergraduate Admission
We hope admissions offices will share with us their statistics, especially those specific to international students and African students in particular, plus any other useful context as the 2020 undergraduate admission cycle closes. (If you cannot give an exact figure, please offer your best guess or note with a "?" that the data isn't available so you can proceed to the next question.)
We will share this information within our network, anonymized upon request, to guide our advising of students in next year's admission cycle. Thank you, in advance, for your transparency and support of HALI students everywhere!
Email address *
What college or university do you represent? *
How many undergraduate applications did you receive for the entering class of 2020? *
How many of those applications were from international students (as you define them)? *
How many applications did you receive from schools in Africa? (If possible it would be wonderful if you provide numbers by country, including from North Africa!) *
How many of the applications from African schools came from African citizens or permanent residents (eg., not expats studying at Africa-located schools while their families temporarily work in the country)? *
How many African citizens/permanent residents were admitted this year (to enroll in 2020)? *
Of the admitted African students, what percentage of them attend national/gov't/public/mission schools versus private/independent schools? *
Of the admitted African students, what percentage of them attend so-called international schools, including African Leadership Academy or a United World College? *
What was the average grade, GPA, or equivalent (i.e., mostly or all As, a mix of As and Bs, etc.) of your admitted African students this year? (We understand most African students apply with national exam results and not a GPA so this may be a guesstimate on your part). *
What was the average SAT score of your admitted international students this year? (combined or, ideally, broken down into Reading/Math/Essay scores) *
What was the average SAT score of your admitted African students this year? (combined or, ideally, broken down into Reading/Math/Essay scores) *
If you required it, what was the average TOEFL or DET score your admitted international students this year? *
If you required it, what was the average TOEFL or DET score of your admitted African students this year? *
What has your policy been regarding standardised tests for international (or African, if you specify) students? *
Has your required or requested test scores policy changed for international and/or African applicants for 2021 as a result of COVID19? If yes, how? Please share the new policy here. *
Do you meet full demonstrated financial need for international students? *
How many African students typically receive full (EFC = below $1500) financial aid from your institution each year? *
How many African students received an offer of full financial aid this year, to enroll in 2020? *
Do you cover any 'gap' expenses for African students in addition to your full-need financial aid award? If yes, what do you cover (e.g., visa or passport fees, flights, book stipend, personal living expenses, other)? *
Please share any helpful context around your decision-making with international/HALI/African students this year. Examples might include "We had less funding to offer this year" or "We saw an X% increase in int'l or African applications this year" or "The pandemic made us more conservative with offers this year" or anything else that was relevant. *
Would you like us to keep this information anonymous? *
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