Many of our best students are those referred to us by alumnae, and we encourage you to continue to strengthen the Hollins sisterhood. Watch this video to hear from current students how they heard about Hollins from alumnae.
If you make your referral before your prospect is admitted to Hollins, she will receive a $500 scholarship. She can earn an additional $500 scholarship when she enrolls by visiting the Hollins campus through the Office of Admission.
Read these "12 Reasons to Attend a Women's College" to begin or continue a conversation with prospective students about Hollins.
Share these 16 Reasons with a prospective student so she knows the benefits of a Hollins education.
Your referrals of talented students have a direct impact on both the quality and quantity of the next class of Hollins women.
After exceeding the goal by nearly double in last fall's Rally for Hollins referral campaign, alumnae proved that you know how to share Hollins with friends, family, and community members as they began their college search. As a new year brings a new season of recruiting the class of 2018 and beyond, the Office of Admission asks for your continued support as we #RacetoReunion.
Goal: Alumnae referrals of 200 new prospective students of high school age to Hollins
Finish Line: Reunion 2014 (May 30, 2014)
Race Standings: How is your class doing?
With a deadline of Reunion 2014, the Race to Reunion referral challenge encourages both Reunion and non-Reunion year alumnae to show your school spirit by referring a total of 200 new prospective students of high school age to Hollins by May 30, 2014.
For Reunion class years, the race will culminate with recognition of the class with the most referrals at the alumnae celebration in the chapel on Saturday, May 31. Non-Reunion class years are encouraged to join in the fun, with special recognition awarded to the winning non-Reunion class year as well.
Reunion Class Years are highlighted in GREEN
Non-Reunion Class Years are highlighted in YELLOW
The class years in RED have referred the most high school students so far.
Race leaders as of February 20, 2014
|Non-Reunion Class Years||# of Referrals||Reunion Class Years||# of Referrals|
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