MIT Dean of Admissions Resigns

Today when it was discovered that Marilee Jones, the Dean of Admissions at MIT, lied about her credentials 28 years ago it sent a shockwave through the college admissions community. According to her own statement on MIT’s website, Marilee apologizes: “I have resigned as MIT’s Dean of Admissions because very … 

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College Admissions Police

In a recent “Wall Street Journal” article, “Admissions Police Bolster Efforts to Uncover Fraud,” Jon Weinbach discusses what can be a new trend in college admissions, the college admissions police. “Before mailing out acceptance and rejection letters over the past week, thousands of colleges and graduate schools conducted their usual … 

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Princeton and Early Decision

There’s an interesting article posted February 8, 2007 on “News@Princeton” by Cass Cliatt: “Princeton sets third consecutive applications record.” In Princeton University’s last Early Decision class, (at least for right now), another new record has been set. Applications are up from last year 2 percent in Early Decision and 9% … 

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Will Colleges be Dropping Early Admissions Policies?

When colleges such as Harvard, Princeton, and the University of Virginia announced that they will be dropping their Early admissions programs, high school students, parents, and college counselors began to wonder if this was the beginning of a new trend in admissions and that perhaps more colleges were going to … 

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