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Early admissions gets a second, and sometimes third, round

by Erika Beras Jan 7, 2019
This fall saw college applications go out, and for some lucky students, early admissions letters came in. If students accept, the contracts are binding. The rest of the applicants? They have to wait until the spring to find out their…

Relax: If you applied to college, you'll probably get in

by Tony Wagner Sep 8, 2016
A new survey says the average acceptance rate is around 65 percent.
College admissions season can be a stressful time, but a new survey suggests it doesn't have to be. Above, the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.
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You won't die if you don't go to Harvard or Stanford

by Amy Scott and Gina Delvac Apr 3, 2015
Frank Bruni on why acceptance rates have dipped so low, and what top high school students should do.
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College acceptances bring a rush to buy sweatshirts

by Jim Burress Apr 2, 2015
When acceptance letters go out, lots of cash comes in to college bookstores.

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