Lunch with Harvard Dean
of Admissions and Financial Aid
Learn What Matters!
Harvard College Dean of Admissions and Financial Aid, William Fitzsimmons, will be here in Chicago on Thursday, October 27th. The Harvard Club of Chicago is hosting a luncheon at the University Club, featuring Dean Fitzsimmons.
This is an incomparable opportunity to learn about what matters to the Harvard College Admissions Office directly from the Dean himself.
Location: The University Club, 76 E Monroe, Chicago
Date: Thursday, October 27, 2016
Time: 11:30 AM - 2:00 PM
Cost: $55 per person, HCC Members and their guests
$70 per person, Non-members and their guests
William R. Fitzsimmons AB'67, EDM'69, EDD'71 joined Harvard College in 1986. Previously, he was Executive Director of the Harvard College Fund from 1984-86 and Director of Admissions at Harvard and Radcliffe Colleges from 1975-1984. In 1972, he was Assistant and Associate Director of Admissions until 1975. He is a former Trustee of the College Board, and is a member of the National Association for College Admissions Counseling and the former Chair of the Commission on the Use of Standardized Tests in Undergraduate Admissions. Fitzsimmons is also involved in various research projects, publications and professional activities on issues related to admissions and financial aid. He holds Bachelors from Harvard College, and Masters and Doctoral degrees from the Harvard Graduate School of Education.
ADVANCE REGISTRATION REQUIRED, NO WALK-INS (DUE TO BUILDING SECURITY).
Reservations will be held at the door.
Please note that unless you are a non-alumnus/a, or just arrived in the Chicago area you are in our database. Therefore you MUST LOG-IN, using your " HarvardKey" username and password (not necessarily your post.harvard email address), before completing your ticket purchase, otherwise you will create a redundant record and will have to enter all your contact information again.
CANCELLATION POLICY: All cancellations must be received during normal business hours, 2 business days prior to the event or the attendee who made the reservation will be charged due to costs associated with the reservation and/or the event itself, regardless of actual participation.
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