If college admissions decisions have not already started arriving, they will soon. Some colleges still send out their decisions through the mail, while others have gone “high tech” by emailing students or asking them to log into their admissions portal. 916 more words
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ACROSS the United States, at elite private and public universities, Asian enrollment is near an all-time high. 126 more words
It’s about more than bragging rights.
By Anne Vaccaro Brady
In talking with parents of high school juniors and seniors lately, I’ve been asked what makes a “good” college. 782 more words
American higher education has a long and shameful history of discrimination. In recent decades, many colleges have attempted to address the problems of racial and gender prejudice in their admissions practices. 762 more words
Harvard University accepted 5.9% of applicants last year, and Stanford admitted 5.1% of applicants – the lowest in college history. High school students increasingly turn to extracurricular activities to differentiate themselves, and even with that, they must apply to more and more schools to diversify their risk. 853 more words
If you’re a high school senior, it’s tempting to just relax for a few months after the holidays.
You survived the first half of the year school year, it’s hard to get back into the groove in January, and you deserve a break before college starts in the fall. 835 more words