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Ed Department Releases FAFSA ‘Soft Launch’ Timeline

The Department of Education released details Friday on the rollout of the new Free Application for Federal Student Aid, noting...

Men Are Driving Enrollment Declines

Men are driving the decline in college enrollments—particularly at four-year institutions, according to a new report from the Pew Research...

Incoming Law Class Reaches Highest Ever Diversity

Law schools enrolled their most diverse matriculating classes on record in 2023, the final class to be selected before the...
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Religious Tradition Butts Against Catholic College’s New Trans Policy

A local bishop is at the center of opposition to a decision by Saint Mary’s College, a women’s institution in Indiana, to consider admitting trans women.

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Harvard Early Applications Take a Dive

Early undergraduate applications to Harvard fell by 17 percent this fall, according to data shared by the university . Harvard’s...
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Opinion

Direct Admissions: Too Late and Too Little

To boost college enrollment, interventions should be happening much earlier, Donald Hossler writes.

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A Disruptive Year in Admissions

Inside Higher Ed assesses a year of dramatic change in college admissions and predicts what the landscape might look like in 2024.

The Week in Admissions News

UVA expands free tuition; lawmakers demand clarity on FAFSA; inflation rises 4 percent for colleges; medical schools enroll a more diverse class.