Founded in 2008, Scholaro Inc. is a U.S. based company that provides evaluation services and easy-to-use software for international admissions and recruiting.
We are an endorsed member of the Association of International Credential Evaluators (AICE), which supports and consults the admission guidelines and placement recommendations approved by EDGE and the International Evaluation Standards Council (formerly the National Council on the Evaluation of Foreign Educational Credentials).
Mailing Address:Scholaro Inc.
29 E Madison St Ste 1005
Chicago, IL 60602
Director of Evaluation Services
Aleks Morawski is the recipient of the 2020 Award for Outstanding Contributions to International Enrollment Management. His professional experience includes international undergraduate and graduate admissions and recruitment at major US universities, and training and consulting on various topics in international education. Aleks has served on NAFSA leadership and Trainer Corps since 2009. He is also one of the co-authors of NAFSA's Managing a Successful International Admissions Office, and is the chairman of scholarship and publications for AICE, the Association of International Credential Evaluators. He is a regular presenter at local, national, and international professional conferences. Aleks holds an MA degree from San Diego State University.
Chief Executive Officer
Before founding Scholaro, Alex Donin was a senior analyst at Northwestern University’s Kellogg School of Management, one of the top three graduate business schools in the US. Building on his experience with designing online applications for student admissions, international programming, and faculty recruiting, Alex created a database with information on over 3,500 international academic credentials and started Scholaro Inc. to provide easy solutions to institutions and individuals with educational credentials from outside of the United States. Alex has an MS degree in Business Information Technology from DePaul University and experience with online admissions application processing for applicants from over 90 countries.