What Makes DIII Recruiting Different with Jordan Brown
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Welcome to Season 8 Episode 31 of the ParentingAces Podcast! This week we are discussing Division III recruiting with Jordan Brown.
Jordan Brown is Assistant Dean of Admission & Coordinator of Student-Athlete Recruitment at Occidental College. In his role he works with both coaches and prospective student-athletes as they navigate the college admission and recruitment process. Jordan is also a tennis enthusiast, who played for both Fordham University and Occidental College. He holds a bachelor’s degree from Occidental College and a master’s degree in education policy from Columbia.
Jordan shares his experience and insights about what sets Division III apart and why recruiting at this level may be different from Division I. He talks about the academic and athletic requirements to gain admission to a DIII university as well as funding options available.
If you have further questions for Jordan about Occidental or about DIII recruiting in general, you can reach him via email at [email protected].
A quick reminder about our upcoming Tennis Parent Recruiting Panel at the WTCA Conference in New York August 23, 2019 . . . Our Premium Members receive a $20 discount off the $49 registration fee, so please join the site and take advantage of that great offer! For more information on the Conference and to register for our Panel, click here.
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