The latest news on college admissions
Just as Stanford's upperclassmen thought they would be permanently done with wait lists.
A well-written letter can help your chances. Stalking will not.
Colleges scrutinize applications from troubled students more closely.
New survey captures opinions on exam and college affordability.
A report by a faculty committee at George Washington University, ominously titled "The Decline in Elite Freshmen Admissions," has school officials on the defensive.
The record number of rejection letters sent out by colleges this spring is heartbreaking.
Experts offer five tips for escaping from college admissions limbo.
If you think getting accepted was hard, try paying tuition in this credit crunch.
Good news for Davidson College: Success in high-profile sports is linked to a boost in student applications, a study confirms.
When affirmative action is removed from admissions, it's Asian-Americans, not whites, who benefit most.