Todd Rothman is Director of Pre-Professional Advising at Haverford College and holds an MA in Education from Columbia University. Prior to joining Haverford, Todd served as Director of Admissions at Yale Law School and Assistant Director of Admissions at Columbia Law School, where he reviewed and evaluated applications as part of their respective Admissions Committees. For eleven years, he advised undergraduate students and alumni in the Graduate and Professional School Advising Division of Career Services at the University of Pennsylvania, ultimately overseeing the team of advisors for six years. Todd also served in administrative positions in two Offices of the President – first at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and later at Columbia University, Teachers College – and, most recently, he was the Director of Academic & Student Affairs at Vanderbilt University, Owen Graduate School of Management. Todd is also a Past President of the Northeast Association of Pre-Law Advisors (NAPLA).
We have three core values that inform everything we do at Outset. These values are simple, but every decision we make about programming or strategy is guided by these principles.
Our primary value as a company will always be the safety of our students & programs.
We want every student to leave Outset feeling prepared for the pre-med path.
We want students to build a network and friendships with other NC pre-meds.