ACT On-Campus: A Versatile Tool for Volatile Times
Although it’s difficult to navigate in the unknown, ACT is working closely with higher education to offer several resources to help students obtain a score for admissions, scholarship determination and college course placement. Hundreds of colleges across the country will offer on-campus testing for the ACT® test upon reopening.
ACT On-Campus is one of our strategic solutions to help you meet enrollment objectives. On-campus testing is an official form of the ACT that can securely be delivered and immediately scored on your campus any day of the week.
Watch this webinar to learn how ACT On-Campus can help you:
make immediate admission decisions for any admission program (freshman, transfer, high school student dual admissions, summer bridge, etc.)
award merit-based scholarships
determine course placement, including advanced placement
measure learning growth
prepare for reaccreditation efforts
Date: May 21, 2020 Time: 1:00 p.m. ET /10:00 a.m. PT Duration: 60 minutes
Don Pitchford, PhD, serves as Director of Higher Education Partnerships and Services for ACT.
He consults with higher education leaders, professional organizations, and college administrators nationwide to develop enrollment management strategies associated with market analysis, predictive modeling, recruitment, best practice communication flow, financial leveraging, placement, retention,
completion, and accreditation efforts.
Prior to ACT, Don served as Director of Admissions and Student Recruitment at Oklahoma State University.
Don and his wife, Melanie, have four children and reside in the hill country outside Austin, Texas.
Benjamin Hagan is the Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions and has been at Oklahoma State University since early 2008.
A member of the Admissions leadership team Ben has played a part enrolling a number of record-breaking classes at OSU.
Ben is chair-elect of the ACT State Council for Oklahoma and presents at national conferences on topics related to recruitment, financial aid and management.
Ben divides his leadership responsibilities between prospective student financial aid, scholar recruitment, and recruiting from the Stillwater Public Schools.
In his time with OSU, Ben has been responsible for the campus tour and events programing, in-state and out-of-state freshman recruitment, transfer recruitment as well as a year working remotely while recruiting in Houston, TX.
Prior to joining OSU, Ben was the Senior Photography Producer for Williams-Sonoma, Inc.
in San Francisco, CA working for the flagship brands Williams-Sonoma and Pottery Barn, among others.
He gained early professional experience while coordinating guest services at a large boutique hotel in New York City.
Ben has an undergraduate degree from New York University.
He will graduate with his master’s degree from West Virginia University in August 2020.