college admissions

Adam Fagen

At Least 10 Students Lose Harvard Acceptance For Posting Ill-Advised Memes On Facebook

At least 10 students who had been accepted as members of Harvard’s Class of 2021 have already learned an important lesson about real-life consequences for online behavior. They had their offers of admission rescinded after the college learned that they had been posting wildly inappropriate memes on a private Facebook group. [More]

Illinois College Is First To Ask Applicants If They're Gay

Illinois College Is First To Ask Applicants If They're Gay

Those who are applying to private Illinois liberal arts school Elmhurst College will face a question that’s apparently never been asked by a college admissions system: “Would you consider yourself a member of the LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender) community?”

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Colleges Accepting Students But Telling Them To Wait A Year Or Two

Colleges Accepting Students But Telling Them To Wait A Year Or Two

To counter enrollment dips brought on by students who drop out or move on, some colleges have taken to accepting students, but only if they attend a different school for a predetermined length of time and maintain a certain GPA.

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