From Georgia to Wisconsin, state university systems are adopting the experimental policy, hoping to boost enrollment and reach new students.
Civil rights complaints against initiatives for women in male-dominated STEM fields are piling up. But it’s not clear that such programs are actually illegal.
Vanderbilt’s criticism of the U.S. News ranking methodology is tone-deaf at best, Jim Jump writes.
The new methodology downgrades measures of academic quality while relying on misleading metrics for affordability and career outcomes, Daniel Diermeier writes.
Even as fears of robot-generated admissions essays abound, colleges are increasingly using AI in application reviews, raising new possibilities and ethical concerns.
A major overhaul to the federal student aid form delayed its launch at least two months. That means headaches for everyone from financial aid officers to applicants.
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