The latest news on college admissions
About 81 percent of entering freshmen are automatically admitted because of the top 10 percent law.
Michigan's admissions director tells students what they need to do to get into elite public colleges.
Cuts and a record number of applicants will likely mean more rejections.
The state considers a plan that would allow students get a head start on college.
Dip is largely attributed to notable increase in applicants.
School is trying to slow enrollment growth.
8-2 vote occurred one day after California State University system OK'd 10,000 student cut of its own.
Baffled officials expect a “roller coaster” of an admissions cycle this year.
The system faces a $66.3 million state budget cut and might restrict enrollment for the first time.
There's no academic value in asking students already enrolled to retake a college admissions test.