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Inside the ’gate: live webcast


By Karen Giannino on October 24, 2011

Are you curious about what happens in an admission committee? Do you wish you knew the questions you would be asked in your admission interview ahead of time? Is the cost of college one of your biggest concerns? Join us this Thursday, 8-9 p.m. EST for Inside the ’gate—a live webcast with Gary Ross, vice president and dean of admission; Karen Giannino, senior associate dean of admission; and Lynn Holcomb, senior associate dean of admission. You can pose a question through the interactive chat feature (no password or software required) or by simply calling this toll-free number: 855-277-6204. Other options include tweeting your question to our Twitter page or posting it to the Office of Admission Facebook page. We hope to hear from you!


4 Comments



  • Hung Thai said:

    great!, but I want to know how this webcast works(I’m an international student and this is the first time that I know this thing), please pardon me! 🙂




    • Karen Giannino said:

      To participate in the Inside the ‘gate live webcast, visit livestream.com/colgateuniversity any time between 8 and 9 p.m. EST Thursday. Participants can pose questions through the interactive chat feature (no password or software required) or by simply calling this toll-free number: 855-277-6204. Other options include tweeting your question to our Twitter page or posting it to the Office of Admission Facebook page.




  • Liz Cooperrider said:

    Will this webcast be available to view at a later date?




    • Karen Giannino said:

      Hi Liz- The webcast will be archived on the same site where the chat is taking place. Thanks!


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