Thu, 04/24/2014 - 10:42am
History professor Stephen Mihm has a new column at Bloomberg.com on the origins of selective admissions processes to elite American colleges and universities, particulalry the promotion of geographical diversity: the number of top-achieving high school seniors who made the cut at the most elite universities reached record lows this year. Stanford, for example, only admitted 5 percent of applicants, the fewest in its history; other top…
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Mon, 01/14/2013 - 10:45am
It is generally safe to say that college applications and admissions processes have become more complex over time, especially with the array of online tools now available. It can be 'easier' to apply and check the status of your applications, sure, but there is still a great amount of information about financial aid, scholarships and the institutions themselves tucked away in all the online resources. Students need to know where to look - and…
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