Admissions Insider


Will Test Optional Become the ‘New Normal’?

As more colleges embrace the practice for a few years—or permanently—the debate is changing.

A Radical Approach
to Who Gets In

Report by NACAC and NASFAA calls for major changes in the systems used to admit and award aid to students. Failure to do so, the report says, will perpetuate racial inequity.

What Admissions Officers Aren’t Supposed to Say

Clemson official blasted Republicans and said any applicants from the party should actively denounce white supremacy and misogyny.

The Week in Admissions News

Boston College’s new effort for low-income students; transfer enrollment stabilizes; California effort to involve students in solving problems; a free online certificate.

The Week in Admissions News

Enrollment losses; state student aid; Dartmouth goes need blind for international students; test optional will stay in Iowa; students on mental health.

What Others Are Saying in Admissions

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