Ask American University officers questions about what it takes to get admitted to American, AU's application process, academics, and more.
American University has shut down campus visits and tours due to the coronavirus outbreak, and many families are missing out on the opportunity to learn about the college first hand from admissions staff on campus. Jeremy and Kayla will start the session with an in-depth overview of American, covering topics ranging from admissions to academics to campus life. In the second half of the session, they'll open the floor to an audience Q&A session and answer your questions about AU.
Jeremy Lowe has been with the Office of Admissions at American University since 2011. In his role as an Associate Director, he oversees the application review process for all first-year applicants. In addition to this, he serves as a member of the Admissions Leadership Team and leads a team of five Assistant Directors. He also is the territory manager for New Mexico and all U.S. territories, including Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands. During the 2017 admissions cycle, he served as Acting Director for Undergraduate Admissions, overseeing all aspects of the recruitment, selection, and conversion of the first-year and transfer class. He is an active member in a variety of professional organizations including NACAC and the CollegeBoard. He has previously served as a member for the National Merit Scholarship Selection Committee. Beyond higher education, Jeremy works with Monumental Sports, serving as an in-game statistician for the Washington Wizards, Washington Mystics, and Capital City Go-Go basketball teams.
Kayla Rohr has been with the Office of Admissions at American University since 2016. In her role as Associate Director, she oversees the coordination of the office’s domestic undergraduate recruitment efforts. In addition to this, she serves as a member of the Admissions Leadership Team and leads a team of five Assistant Directors. She is also the territory manager for Arizona. Before joining the Admissions Office at American University, Kayla received her M.Ed. from The University of Virginia in Higher Education Administration.