- Marketwired via Yahoo! FinanceApr 13 6:17 AM
Cornerstone Reputation, an educational company committed to helping students and professionals manage their digital footprints, today released findings from its Undergraduate Admissions Survey, which revealed ...
- PRWebApr 21 8:03 AM
Admissions Revolution removes mystery, confusion, and secrets from the college admissions process. Using a series of candid videos and insightful written guides, former dean of admissions and current high school director of college counseling Sara Harberson shares real advice and step-by-step guidance to cut through the confusion and help students navigate the journey to their dream colleges ...
- Business Wire via Yahoo! FinanceApr 16 6:53 AM
College Interactive, a Needham, Massachusetts-based marketing firm announces it has attracted more than 20,000 users for Ci, a mobile app launched February 15, 2015 that connects h
- CNNApr 19 8:43 AM
During a conversation with a professor at an Ivy League college, a mother nudges her daughter to share how she's president of her school's "survivors-of-bulimia" group.
- Philly.comApr 26 0:29 AM
LEAP Academy University Charter School in Camden is touting an unusual number this spring: Its seniors sent more than 5,000 college applications - an average of more than 45 per student.
- Washington PostApr 06 13:02 PM
Then-Gov. Bush ended race-based admissions, and numbers of black college students are dwindling.
- Bloomberg via Yahoo! FinanceApr 01 10:37 AM
Twenty-five percent of college admissions officials said they are pressured to admit low-quality students because of their connections, according to a survey released on Wednesday by Kaplan Test Prep. The college gatekeepers acknowledged that they'd been nudged toward “accept[ing] an applicant who didn’t meet [their] school’s admissions requirements because of who that applicant was connected to...
- U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsApr 06 6:00 AM
After years of planning and months of preparation, some students find themselves put on the waitlist at their top-choice college. If this happens to you, you are likely wondering what to do now and how to proceed.
- Boise WeeklyApr 26 10:13 AM
"The data shows that the students just above the admissions cutoff earned substantially more by their late 20s than those just below it," by George Prentice The national debate over who should or should not attend college—and how much taxpayers should subsidize higher education—took on a new layer of consideration this week. Two separate studies, which tracked thousands of people over the past ...
- The Online NewsHourApr 14 13:04 PM
Photo by Design Pics via Getty Images. Editor’s Note: It’s that time of year again. High school seniors have received their college admissions decisions, and now the ball is in their court. Most colleges require a decision by May 1. Besides having to weigh the pros and cons of one campus versus another, some seniors may have been caught up in the debate over college itself: Is it worth it? There...
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