Getting Accepted at Colleges

If you are a high school senior who either isn’t happy with the college(s) to which you were accepted or you happened to get denied admission at every school to which you applied, you should know that there are still universities that have openings for next fall term. Getting accepted … 

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Legacy Admission

On the “New York Times’” “The Choice” blog on college admissions, Jenny Anderson writes about a panel that was held yesterday at New York University that discussed legacy admission in the college admissions process. On hand for the panel was the dean of undergraduate admission at Yale University, Jeffrey Brenzel … 

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College Career Counseling

“USA Today” reports that this year’s college graduates are meeting a better job market as compared to last year’s college graduates. According to “USA Today,” “Employers plan to hire 19.3% more recent graduates this year, says a report by the National Association of Colleges and Employers. The association surveyed 174 schools … 

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Getting into Highly Competitive Colleges

There was a segment on “NPR” in which the hosts and an “NPR” reporter discussed why colleges are receiving more applications each and every year. They discuss how getting into highly competitive colleges like those in the Ivy League would presumably get more challenging if more applications are being received … 

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Guaranteed Transfer College Admission

In a letter to the editor in today’s “New York Times” from Monica Inzer, Dean of Admission and Financial Aid at Hamilton College, Ms. Inzer stands by her previous statement in which she stated that guaranteed transfer college admission is “borderline unethical.” We happen to agree with Ms. Inzer and … 

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