Admissions

ABA gives law schools the go-ahead to use GRE

About one-third of law schools already accept it. Will the rest now follow suit?

Former dean at Temple convicted in rankings scandal

A jury took less than an hour to find him guilty in case that embarrassed the university and the rankings industry.

Early signs are positive for admissions in 2021-22

Through mid-November, applications are up, the Common Application finds. Of early applicants, there is only a modest increase in submitting test scores.

Survey offers ways colleges can recruit first-generation students

They are among the most price-sensitive students around, survey finds.

High school students and counselors are burned out

Frustrations have not disappeared at schools that are open but changed by the pandemic.

Survey asks if applicants are truthful about race

Some college applicants do lie about their race, survey finds.

Unions may have a new target: admissions workers

In wake of Hamilton College vote for collective bargaining, will other admissions offices see unions form?

Hamilton College's admissions workers unionize

Student workers in Hamilton College’s admissions office win bid for collective bargaining. The union is the first of its kind.

Academe reacts to convictions in admissions trial

Two wealthy fathers are convicted of bribing their children into college in first trial of the admissions scandal.

Jury convicts parents in admissions scandal case

Two wealthy fathers found to have bribed their children into college.

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