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An End to Years of Growth for New International Enrollments

Declines are greatest in central-south region that includes Texas. Only New England sees increase.

Does Disaggregation Hurt Asian Applicants?

Asian group tells Common Application to stop giving Asian applicants numerous ways to describe themselves by country of family origin. Other experts on Asian educational issues favor Common App's approach.

An Increasingly Unusual Focus: Low-Income Students

Simpson in Iowa, without a large endowment, will cover tuition for everyone up to family income of $60,000.

Job Changes in Admissions and Enrollment Management

New appointments announced at Fordham, Radford, Rosemont, SUNY Purchase, Thiel and Virginia Union.

The Week in Admissions News

Push for new programs at historically black colleges in Maryland; Christian colleges try to diversify; report on helping low-income students; testing choice for law school admissions.

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