Admissions & Applications News
By Christopher Rim, Forbes.com, May 23, 2020 Many high school juniors will be tempted to talk about coronavirus in their personal college essays this fall, but they’re in grave danger of telling the same story about the pandemic - one any student can tell. This...read more
Admissions tests, allegedly biased against minority students, will be phased out over five years By Douglas Belkin, The Wall Street Journal, May 21, 2020 The University of California board of regents voted Thursday to stop using the SAT and ACT college admissions...read more
The University of California will temporarily suspend admission requirements for SAT testing and minimum grades to support students affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
UC to ease admission requirements: No SAT, no minimum grades due to coronavirus The University of California will temporarily suspend admission requirements for SAT testing and minimum grades to support students affected by the coronavirus pandemic. By TERESA...read more
By Matt Schifrin, Forbes, March 22, 2020 f there is a glimmer of brightness in the current plague besetting the planet, it may be that high school seniors in the United States are suddenly more likely than ever to get the proverbial “fat envelopes” or acceptance...read more
Before many schools even look at an application, they comb through prospective students’ personal data, such as web-browsing habits and financial history By Douglas MacMillan and Nick Anderson, The Washington Post, October 14, 2019 To learn more about prospective...read more
Move is designed to end pressure from Justice Department, but what will the impact be on the admissions landscape? InsideHigherEd.com, by Scott Jaschik, September 30, 2019 LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- When the Assembly of the National Association for College Admission...read more