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Scandal sheds light on murky world of college admissions

by Amy Scott Mar 12, 2019
Some are calling it the biggest college admissions cheating scandal in history. Federal prosecutors allege that more than 30 wealthy parents paid college coaches and test administrators to boost their kids’ chances of getting into elite schools. The scandal is…
Stanford University sailing coach John Vandemoer arrives at Boston Federal Court for an arraignment on March 12, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. John Vandemoer is among several charged in alleged college admissions scam.
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Applying to college amid the Harvard admissions lawsuit

by Justin Ho Jan 10, 2019
High school students weigh in on admissions policies and race as the college application season comes to a close.
A prospective student enters the Harvard University Admissions Building in Cambridge, Massachusetts.
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Final Note

It's pi day ... with a twist

by Kai Ryssdal Mar 13, 2015
MIT's admissions notifications are going out at a thoroughly appropriate hour.

Waitlisted for college? Here's why

by Sam Harnett Apr 24, 2014
Colleges are growing their wait lists and using them in some surprising ways.
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Mid-day Extra: Laws schools sued over job placement numbers

by Adriene Hill and Jeremy Hobson Feb 2, 2012
A number of law schools across the country are being sued by former students who claim they inflated the numbers on post-graduate job placement.

Foreign students in U.S. at record high

by Amy Scott Nov 14, 2011
700,000 students enrolled at U.S. university and college campuses last year from abroad, contributing $21 billion to the U.S. economy, according to a new report.
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Space available at hundreds of colleges

by Amy Scott May 5, 2011
Waitlisted college applicants might despair to learn that some schools have waiting lists twice as large as their freshman class. But plenty of...

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