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Norton Norris Names Dr. Tina Simmons as Director of Enrollment Solutions

CHICAGO, March 5, 2019 – Tina Simmons, Ed.D., recently joined Norton Norris Inc. as director of Enrollment Solutions. She has worked in the education sector for over a decade starting as a high school teacher. Her career expanded into guidance counseling, and she was most recently the director of admissions for the Illinois School of […]

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Virtual Training – A Natural Progression

Taking Acclaimed EnrollMatch® Admissions Training Virtual When convenience, affordability, and substance come together, powerful things happen. At Norton Norris, we’ve known that for a long time. It’s that principle that has driven many of our efforts over the years to deliver the highest quality solutions to the schools and higher education professions with whom we […]

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Is College Worth It?

Let’s face it. With staggering debt, a substantial time commitment and no promise of gainful employment, is a college education worth it? Deciding on going to college or even finding the right college depends on how one actually defines value, doesn’t it? For some, the value of a college education can come in the form […]

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Welcome to the World of Pre-Enrollment Advising

Recently, Dr. Jean Norris and I hosted a webinar, “Goodbye Admissions Interview – Hello P.E.A.,” that explored the idea of updating the traditional admissions approach by incorporating pre-enrollment advising (P.E.A.). During the webinar, Jean and I discussed how the role of the admissions professional has evolved and continues to change, especially given the climate in […]

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Career Education Admissions Symposium – June 8th

Career Education Admissions Symposium – June 8th, following the APSCU 2016 Annual Conference Join us on Wednesday, June 8th from 11:00am to 4:30pm for the Career Education Admissions Symposium in Orlando, FL. REGISTER NOW! ONLY $250 (INCLUDES LUNCH) Space is limited! Call 312-262-7433 or email info@nortonnorris.com. APSCU members can register online to receive a special […]

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Practice – The Backbone to Success in Training

Success in Training Something that I’ve been thinking about a lot lately is practice.  Being a mom of three involves a lot of running from one practice to the next and it can be overwhelming trying to manage staggered drop off and pick up times, practice days and non-practice days, and who I’m picking up […]

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What it’s all about: The Rewarding Experience of Facilitating Learning

Some people have jobs. They go to work, slog through the day, and collect their paychecks every two weeks. Others have careers; they aspire to make a difference in the lives of others, one at a time, while ultimately striving to make an impact on the world. Thankfully, I fall into the latter description. The […]

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Norton Norris: Higher Ed’s Best Friend

All of us have people that we enjoy being with — friends, family, and even pets can bring tremendous joy to our lives each and every day. Friends are great. You can watch movies, talk on the phone for hours, hit the town, and grab lunch or dinner with them pretty much whenever you’d like. […]

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Training Vs. Facilitation – What’s the Difference?

Training wheels. We’ve all had them at one point in our lives. They keep us upright while we learn to pedal on and move forward. But what happens when we take them off? We lose our balance. We fall, and we end up with a couple of nicks and bruises to show for it. Don’t […]

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