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Who We Are

AISAP is the fundamental and transformative association for admission and enrollment management professionals at Independent/Private Schools.
Admission and enrollment management professionals transform lives, impact mission, and secure financial sustainability of each institution.
AISAP helps our professionals achieve high levels of performance throughout their professional journey. 
AISAP is the HOME for Admission and Enrollment Management Professionals.

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Latest Discussions

  • Claire, After extensive work by the Board's tuition task force several years ago - we went from ... more...

  • Claire, Given the tax plans currently under consideration, a school may want to wait to see what the ... more...

  • We currently offer 100% tuition remission for full time faculty and staff children who are admitted to ... more...

  • One caveat to add.  When your school is hosting an event, it is a great avenue for admission outreach.  ... more...

  • Hi Larry, The Derryfield School (coed, day, grades 6-12) uses both New Oasis and IEO (International Education ... more...

  • Kim, If the event were at my institution, I would use student ambassadors as event volunteers, specifically ... more...

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