The latest news on college admissions
With class sizes shrinking, international students scramble to meet requirements.
Minority participation rate for the exam was at an all-time high, but average scores varied widely.
The admissions process is a game whose stakes really are not that high.
Deans and college counselors have seen it all. Here's what to do if you want them to take you seriously
The economy could mean that more students make last-minute switches to cheaper colleges.
An admissions scandal has rocked the Illinois campuses since May.
Six college counselors are cycling through campuses in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Delaware.
Patriotism—plus free tuition and room and board—makes the U.S. military academies appealing.
A marketing company announces the winners of its fancy bathroom competition.
What happens when 10 college presidents must sit down to write an admissions essay?