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Aug 14, 2018
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How admissions leaders view challenge of filling a class, allegations of anti-Asian bias, legacy admissions, testing, international enrollments and more.

 

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New Strategies to Navigate International Enrollments” is Inside Higher Ed's new on-demand compilation of articles. You may download a copy free, here.

On Thursday, May 10, Inside Higher Ed's editors presented a free webcast to discuss the themes of the compilation. You may view the webcast here.

This booklet was made possible in part by the advertising support of the TOEFL® program at ETS.

 

Archive

May 31, 2005
U. of Richmond and Roosevelt U. take unusual steps -- one adopts a 27% increase, the other discounts to urge timely graduation.
May 26, 2005
The College Board, facing criticism of a popular program, wants its courses to look more like the best intro courses at colleges.
May 19, 2005
Admissions criteria may be biased against low-income students. But the potential solutions present dangers of their own, John V. Lombardi warns.
May 16, 2005
New television show features competition among bright low-income students -- and admissions officers as judges -- for a full scholarship.
May 13, 2005
Legislators pass competing proposals to revamp the law that guarantees admission to students based on high school class rank.
May 9, 2005
Case Western officials say this fall's freshman class is 61 percent larger than last fall's -- an unexpected but welcome boost to a growth plan.
May 6, 2005
Colleges and states have made it easier to transfer academic credit from one college to another, House panel is told.
May 4, 2005
The new writing tests on the SAT and ACT are educationally unsound, according to the National Council of Teachers of English.
May 2, 2005
A new book urges colleges to give low-income students the same admissions edge they give to children of alumni.
April 15, 2005
A study of industrialized nations finds Sweden has the most affordable higher education system and the Netherlands has the most accessible.

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