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What are typical director of admission salaries? Do some companies pay a lot more for this position than others? What does a top earner make in this field?

What skills should you learn to increase your salary?

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Biggs in Sandy, Utah

98 months ago

Yes I think most schools have their own pay scale and some do pay more.

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Director in VA in Bristow, Virginia

62 months ago

It seems that the salaries range quite a bit.

Does anyone know how much they make for typical universities like University of Phoenix or Strayer?

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CJP in Greenville, South Carolina

60 months ago

Best place to get a salary summary of traditional higher education institutions would be the Almanac issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education. The proprietary institutions are more difficult to pin down in terms of salary; typically it's in the ads. The positions at institutions of that type are full of goals and getting a staff to meet them. Positions will be very quantifiable and results-driven. To enrich skills in the area, management training; training in higher education administration, service marketing and sales, managing a sales team, reading in the field, attending professional organization meetings all would help.

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Jlewis in Visalia, California

3 months ago

Director in VA in Bristow, Virginia said: It seems that the salaries range quite a bit.

Does anyone know how much they make for typical universities like University of Phoenix or Strayer?

Most of those schools start at 80k

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