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Your College President Must Interact With Students

Have you ever had something essential you needed to convey to the consideration of the President of your school?

Understudies, Parents and Alumni may attempt to contact their College President by means of Telephone, E-Mail or by Letter. A few understudies may even visit the President’s office. Sadly, the commonplace answer the vast majority get is quiet.

Phone calls are usually not returned and there will be no reply to your e-mail message or letter. Too many College Presidents have no time for or interest in the things that students, parents or alumni think or recommend. However, there is one exception–major donors. If someone donates $10,000 or more, they may get a form letter or a message from a staff member. The fact that students are struggling to pay $80,000 to $250,000 for tuition and expenses may not be recognized as a good enough reason to listen to their concerns and suggestions.

When you try to contact your College President, you may find that they have surrounded themselves with layers of protection and security. Nothing much gets through. Only the official policy gets out.

Few College Presidents pick up their own office phones or