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Kellogg Launches ‘Ask an Admissions Officer’ Social Media Initiative

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Curious about Kellogg’s admissions process? Do you want to know if it’s better to apply in one round or another, what the committee is looking for, or how you can apply to more than one program at a time? Kellogg’s new social media initiative, “Ask an Admissions Officer,” offers answers to these burning questions and more.

“Simply put, we are giving people an opportunity to send us questions via Instagram direct message (DM),” explained Kellogg Communication Specialist Rebecca Rogalski.

“Then, our social team is going to collect the best and most frequently asked questions, creating a short series of videos with the Kellogg admissions officers answering those questions.”

Kellogg applicants who want to submit their questions over the next week should do the following:

  1. Follow @KelloggSchool on Instagram.
  2. Send the school a question via direct message.
  3. Check back in early August to see if your question was answered.

ask an admissions officer

This is an ideal opportunity for Kellogg hopefuls to get answers to all their burning questions before the Round 1 deadline on September 19, 2018.

Pro tip: Before you submit your question to Instagram, make sure it doesn’t have an answer that can be easily found on the Kellogg website. We suggest checking the Admission Facts & Tips section first if you need intel on…

  • The best time to apply
  • Deferrals
  • Applying with a partner
  • Work experience recommendations

You can also check out last year’s Clear Admit post where Kellogg’s Director of Admissions for the Full-Time MBA and MSMS Programs Melissa Rapp discussed application essays, female enrollment, and more.

Remember to stay tuned later this month for the Kellogg admissions team to provide video answers to the most frequently asked questions.

Posted in: Feature Small, MBA News, News

Schools: Northwestern / Kellogg


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