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For Small Private Colleges, a Mixed Year
in Admissions
Leaving out the Ivies and similar institutions, it's a very complicated year to be putting together a freshman class. Some colleges aren't talking about where they are. Others are having notable success.
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Author discusses her new book on the flaws of college admissions.
Stanford Changes Admissions Policy for Athletes
University, citing competition in football from Notre Dame and USC, will allow athletes to enroll early in a three-year experiment.
The Week in Admissions News
International applications; community college enrollment falls; states battle critical race theory; "Heritage and Hate"; debt relief at Black colleges.
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