Cornell Should Have Done More in 1967

A couple of years ago, Georgetown University publicly acknowledged the university’s past ties to slavery. In an effort to atone for the sins of its past administrations, the university chose to offer preferential treatment to the descendants of the men, women, and children it enslaved. Universities, particularly ones whose roots … 

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Cornell Guaranteed Transfer Admission

A few weeks ago, we posted about guaranteed transfer admission, a process by which colleges don’t admit a student for the coming academic year but allow them to transfer into the college (guaranteed) if they hold a certain GPA at the university they attend freshman year. We at Ivy Coach happen … 

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Guaranteed College Admission

There is an article in the “New York Times” today that describes the plight of students who are offered what is known in the world of college admissions as “deferred admission” or “guaranteed transfer admission.” A university that is well known for offering this option happens to be an Ivy … 

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