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    1. The seventh and final installment in a series about one New Hampshire senior's quest to apply to college. Where she got accepted and where she decided to go.

    2. Inside the college admissions process (The Chronicle of Higher Education): The University of Evansville in Indiana shared the numbers behind each step of admitting its 2014 freshman class. The university began by reaching out to 150,000 potential applicants and spent close to $1 million to eventually enroll 532 students. Eugene school board adopts new transgender […]

    3. A discrimination complaint against Harvard has renewed focus on the fairness of admissions decisions. The process must be rational, says counselor and blogger Jim Jump, but it's not often fair.

    4. Organizations embark on initiative to enhance college planning for rising high school seniors. (PRWeb May 27, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/college-kickstart/2015/prweb12738093.htm

    5. Following through on plans announced to students and alumni several months ago, the UF College of Nursing has formally decided to end its midwifery program and two other doctoral tracks of study.

    6. 4 Tips for Selecting Rigorous Courses Without AP, IB

      U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsMay 12 06:30 AM

      After all, AP and IB classes are designed to demonstrate college readiness. Here are four pieces of advice to help you select the challenging junior- or senior-year courses you need for college admissions success. Choose honors-level classes: First, search your course catalog for honors-level classes. While honors-level courses do not conform to set external standards like AP and IB classes do ...

    7. Jill Haley: Does it matter where you go to college?

      The Grass Valley UnionMay 21 12:14 AM

      So does it really matter where you go to college? New York Times columnist Frank Bruni’s latest book, “Where You Go Is Not Who You’ll Be” is generating a lot of interest among college admissions counselors and students. Bruni’s book looks at the choices students make on where they go to college.

    8. The Nash Community College admissions office and the Nash Rocky Mount Public Schools administration have worked together to develop a more user-friendly enrollment process for Career and College Promise students at Nash Community College.

    9. New essay prompts and more.

    10. With junior year behind them, rising high school seniors should take some time this summer to focus on their college search and begin the application process - from college visits to test preparation to essay writing. (PRWeb May 26, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/05/prweb12744908.htm

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