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May 15, 2017

Admissions Insider

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Tough Year for Midwestern Liberal Arts Colleges

For some institutions that would typically have their classes set by now, application numbers were disappointing and deposits have lagged. "June 1 may be the new May 1."




Experts at High Schools and Colleges React to Radical Reform Plan

Some praise plan offered by more than 100 elite private schools to kill high school transcripts and reform college admissions. Others are dubious.


'Who Gets In?'

New book shows the impact of grades, test scores, race and gender on admission to competitive colleges.


A Busy Week in Admissions News

Critique of b-school rankings; year two of Maine's efforts to draw out-of-state students; promoting transfer; rising discount rates; and the latest coffee-college partnership.


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Ethical College Admissions: Leadership




University of San Francisco

Senior Associate Director of Admission for Access and Inclusion
University of San Francisco
San Francisco, California

Rhodes College

Assistant Director of Admission
Rhodes College
Memphis, TN

National Louis University

Enrollment Specialist
National Louis University
Chicago, Illinois

Nova Southeastern University

Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions
Nova Southeastern University
Fort Lauderdale, Florida, 33314, United States

Husson University

Assistant Director of Admissions
Husson University
Bangor, ME



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