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Shannon R. Gundy

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Director of Undergraduate Admissi...

Phone: (301) ***-****  
Email: s***@***.edu
University of Maryland
Center For Celiac Research 20 Penn Street, Room S303B
Baltimore , Maryland 21201
United States


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Admissions | IECA's Blog, 10 June 2010 [cached]
Shannon Gundy, director of undergraduate admissions at the University of Maryland, College Park, served on a panel that I chaired, exploring school counselor/consultant relations. Shannon noted that in preparation for her presentation, she asked members of her staff how often they "heard from or worked with" an educational consultant. Their answer: about once a month. That led Shannon to conclude that the University of Maryland doesn't really have much of a relationship with educational consultants and gets relatively few students applying to the state's flagship school.
Of course recent independent studies would suggest otherwise. The Lipman Hearne study, aided by the National Research Center for College and University Admissions, showed that 26% of high achieving students-exactly the kind that would explore admission to the University of Maryland-used educational consultants. Yet educational consultants have worked so hard to keep their existence in the background that we may have led to the impression that we are of little consequence, hiding our significance (and growing numbers), and suggesting to colleges that we are an unimportant constituency. In reality, for many colleges we are their greatest source for out-of-region students. Shannon wondered why we didn't make our numbers better known.
I will be given the opportunity to moderate a session that includes two IECA members (Emily Snyder of Virginia and Shelley Levine of Maryland); a public and a private school counselor; and Shannon Gundy, director of undergraduate admissions at University of Maryland.
Shannon Gundy, associate ..., 4 Oct 2007 [cached]
Shannon Gundy, associate director of admissions for the University of Maryland College Park, says that colleges 'prefer that a student has a full academic experience in high school.' UMD wants to see that students are 'continuing to challenge themselves academically during senior year,' she stated. 'Senioritis is not a good thing.Push yourself appropriately, as hard as you can.'
The Potomac & Chesapeake Association of College Admission Counseling, 27 Nov 2009 [cached]
College Fair/College Night Chair - Shannon Gundy, University of Maryland,, 10 Sept 2006 [cached]
Shannon Gundy Associate Director
Allowing consideration of race "makes an ..., 13 June 2013 [cached]
Allowing consideration of race "makes an awful lot of difference for us," said Shannon R. Gundy, director of undergraduate admissions for the University of Maryland. She said U-Md. seeks classes that are academically talented and racially diverse - a goal included in its mission statement. "If we in the admissions office are charged with that goal and can't consider race, it sort of stymies our efforts," Gundy said.
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