Category: Scholarships & Financial Aid
If a college goes test optional, will it increase diversity? Announcements from admissions indicate that it might. But announcements to diversify the applicant pool are not the same as changes to the complexion of the campus community. Let’s see what happens.
Colleges and universities would not be great investments, generally speaking. Moody’s Investor Service has a negative outlook for the sector. A college admissions expert explains what this means.
Get Good Grades. It’s true. In the realm of college admissions, it’s the geeks who get the biggest scholarships. But wait. Don’t the jocks get
New Jersey Educational Consultant gives her take on the relationship between applying for financial aid and getting accepted to college. Should you check that “YES” box for financial aid or not?