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- The University of California system saw a 2.2 percent decrease in applications for admission this year. The system received 251,179 total applications (210,840 freshmen and 40,339 transfer). The largest decrease in applications was from nonresident (out-of-state and international) freshmen and transfer applicants.
- A new white paper suggests colleges need more and better financial incentives to improve transfer processes.
- In California governor Gavin Newsom’s budget plan for next year, he has suggested that community college students who complete required coursework and meet a specified grade point average would earn automatic admission to the University of California, Los Angeles.
- The American Bar Association will again consider a request from its Council of the ABA Section of Legal Education and Admissions to the Bar to make law schools test optional.
- “Borgs,” which often include a full fifth of vodka, have been described as a harm-reduction tool, but some experts believe the cons of this Gen Z fad outweigh any pros.
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