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$1.8 Billion to Make Johns Hopkins Need-Blind

Michael Bloomberg makes largest gift in history of American higher education, seeking to change the way his alma mater does admissions … "forever." He challenges other colleges as well.

What High School Students Say They Seek in a College

Academic matters come first, but financial issues aren't far behind, federal data show. And location matters.

New International Enrollments Are Down Again

The number of new international students fell by 6.6 percent in fall 2017, and the decline appears to be continuing this fall, according to new data.

New Front in Fight Over Affirmative Action

Lawsuit seeks information on candidates for admission throughout University of California campuses, seeking to demonstrate that race continues to be a factor in admissions.

Another College Ends Ban on Transfer Students

CUNY's honors college admits transfer students for first time.

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