How Franklin & Marshall expects to end up with exceptionally large class of international students

Franklin & Marshall sees its numbers surge. Could the key be not commission-paid agents, but a professor?

University of Texas System apologizes for how Tyler campus revoked scholarships

System statement says policies will be changed to prevent a repeat of this year's revoking of scholarships. But it says it can't provide funds to help those who lost grants.

Study identifies what applicants want in part-time M.B.A. programs

Many seem willing to trade away some flexibility for the benefits of cohorts, study finds.

A roundup of admissions news in the week

Gains for nonprofit online programs; accreditors urged to push on student outcomes; not so "high impact"?

A roundup of admissions news in the week

Educating adults; Purdue's tuition freeze; booklet on college affordability.

ABA committee recommends change that could loosen dominance of LSAT

ABA panel would loosen procedures for law schools using other tests, but hurdles would still remain.

Study analyzes where colleges recruit and where they don't

New study finds that colleges go where students are likely to be white and wealthy.

Study finds undermatching remains major problem, especially for black students

Undermatching continues to limit opportunities for students, study finds, with impact on graduation rates as well.

Justice Department starts investigation of early-decision admissions

Focus appears to be how some colleges share information about those admitted early. Common App asks applicants to consent to the practice.


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