Brown President Calls for Fall Reopen

Unless you haven’t checked the news in a few weeks — which would be a good move for your mental health — you know that most American universities don’t know what the college experience will be like this coming fall. Will campuses reopen? Will learning be exclusively online from one’s … 

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Veterans Applying to Brown University

In an effort to double the number of undergraduate veterans on campus in the years to come, Brown University has announced that veterans of America’s military will now be able to apply under their need-blind admissions policy. Previously, Brown’s “need-blind” policy only applied to “first-year, first-time US citizens, permanent residents, … 

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Brown Drops SAT or ACT Essay Requirement

Brown University has become the latest highly selective university to drop the SAT or ACT essay requirement from applicants. As our regular readers may remember, on July 5th when we reported that Princeton University and Stanford University were dropping the SAT or ACT essay requirement, we made a crystal ball … 

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Brown Dean of Admission

Brown University has appointed a new Dean of Admission, effective July 1st. Jim Miller, who has been charged with leading the Brown admissions office for some time, previously announced his retirement. Brown’s new Dean of Admission will be Logan Powell. Powell, who has worked in the admissions field for about … 

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Brown Early Decision 2020

As we’re now just days away from Early Decision and Early Action notifications being released, we figured it’s high time we report the Brown Early Decision application numbers for the Class of 2020. In all, about 3,000 students submitted Early Decision applications to the university in Providence, Rhode Island. And … 

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