The latest news on college admissions
Dominican misreported its number of applications to U.S. News and other data collectors.
Vendors could serve as recommenders for b-school applicants from family businesses.
Studying in the U.S. is a great experience – but think twice about the cost.
Big cities and elite universities may seem ideal, but there’s more to consider when choosing a college.
More than 200 U.S. schools are still accepting applications for fall 2013.
Grab a pen and handwrite a thank-you to the sponsors of any scholarships you’ve been awarded.
Swallow your pride and cast a critical eye over your MBA application to figure out why it was rejected.
Respond to coaches’ phone calls and emails to convey interest as a prospective U.S. student-athlete.
Parents should be cautious about programs that may be a moneymaker for the university.