Admissions

Admissions
Oct 25, 2017
Tuition and fees increased by a few percentage points across the board, and aid failed to keep pace, annual College Board report shows.

Surveys

Sept. 13, 2017 -- Inside Higher Ed's 2017 Survey of College and University Admissions Directors explores the views of these officials on a wide range of timely issues.

Download a full survey report here.

The survey, conducted in conjunction with researchers from Gallup, is the latest in Inside Higher Ed's series of surveys of key higher ed professionals.

On Thursday, Sept. 28, at 2 p.m. Eastern, Inside Higher Ed will present a free webcast to discuss the results of the survey. Sign up here.

The Inside Higher Ed survey of admissions directors was made possible in part by advertising support from Jenzabar, Intersect by Hobsons, Liaison, Blackboard Student Lifecyle Services and the University of Massachusetts at Lowell.

Booklets

Inside Higher Ed presents a new print-on-demand compilation, “Admissions, Retention, Success: Tools Colleges Need.”

Download a copy of the booklet or sign up here for a free webcast on the themes of the booklet on Tuesday, Nov. 7, at 2 p.m. Eastern, featuring Inside Higher Ed's editors.

This is the latest in a series of booklets on important, timely topics in higher education.

This compilation was made possible in part by advertising support from Jenzabar.

Archive

February 10, 2011
Program continues to grow – and passing rate continues to fall.
February 8, 2011
Education deans from top research universities challenge methodology embraced by U.S. News and say that the "implied coercion" to participate raises questions of journalistic ethics.
February 3, 2011

With vendors buying and selling the words that supposedly got students in, it's time to admit that these words aren't typically decisive, and that may be a good thing, writes Scott Anderson.

January 26, 2011
Common Application rejects proposals to add optional questions on sexual orientation and gender identity.
January 24, 2011
Robert J. Sternberg turns to psychology research to explain why assigning ordinal numbers to colleges is inherently flawed.
January 19, 2011
Federal appeals court rules that use of "10% plan" doesn't mean U. of Texas can't consider race in admissions.
January 17, 2011

As state support dwindles for public colleges, more leaders are ready to sacrifice appropriations for greater autonomy.

January 14, 2011
Accreditation rules could change to allow law schools to decide for themselves whether applicants must report scores.
January 11, 2011
Under “10 percent plan” in Texas, some switched high schools to get into top colleges. White students gained and minority students lost.
January 3, 2011

University of Alabama football coach Nick Saban is frequently heralded as "the most powerful man in Alabama" and "the most powerful man in sports." But college athletics were not always so influential. In Ronald A.

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