Gender Discrimination in Highly Selective College Admissions

Is there gender discrimination in highly selective college admissions? You bet there is. As any student or parent who attends a college information session at one of our nation’s elite institutions knows all too well, the mantra of these schools is their never-ending quest for diversity. They seek to admit … 

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Gender in College Admissions

Samantha Savello wrote a good op-ed on the pages of “The Brown Daily Herald” that we wanted to share with the readers of our college admissions blog. It’s no surprise to us that the piece, entitled “Gender should play no role in admissions,” appears in Brown University’s newspaper. After all, many … 

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Gender and College Admissions Decisions

There are some schools where it helps to be male. There are other schools where it helps to be female. At MIT, way more male applicants apply than do females ones. At Vassar, more female applicants apply than to male ones. And when more males apply, it helps to be … 

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