College Presidents Overwhelmingly Support Race-Conscious Admissions

A recent survey conducted by the publication “Inside Higher Ed” conducted by Gallup found that 62% of college presidents across America strongly agree or agree that race should be a factor in the college admissions process. 19% of college presidents who partook in the survey strongly disagree or disagree that … 

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Your Son Didn’t Get Rejected Because He’s White

We came across a “Dear Therapist” letter in “The Atlantic” that we just had to share with our readers. In a letter to Lori Gottlieb, Lisa from Mendham, New Jersey writes, “My son is in the middle of the college-application process. He has very good grades and very good SAT … 

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Racial Divide in College Admissions

There is a racial divide in college admissions. We know, stop the presses. But there’s a new report released by Georgetown University’s Center on Education and the Workforce that details how American college campuses are not as diverse as we think that they are. According to the report, since 1995, … 

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