Admissions / registrar

University of San Francisco is diversifying its Chinese student body by using a Chinese admissions test

Two years into an unusual approach to international admissions, University of San Francisco finds that it's working.

Area job losses can keep students from attending college, research finds

Adolescents who see widespread layoffs around them as they grow up are less likely to enroll in college -- even if no one in their family loses a job.

A review of the week in admissions news

Missing ACT answer sheets, affordability plan, perspective on college costs, shrinking interest in the humanities.

Some colleges adopt new 'committee-based' system of doing first review of applications

"Committee-based" system -- pioneered at Penn -- changes how applicants are first judged at a growing number of competitive colleges.

Experts consider Harvard's revocation of admissions offers to those in offensive Facebook group

Many experts on admissions and campus race relations say the university did the right thing.

Art colleges consider role of traditional academic measures in admissions

Some arts programs are pushing for applicants who meet higher academic standards.



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