Posts tagged: Admissions - Diverse


| June 29, 2015
SUSAN L. KRINSKY has been appointed chair of the Law School Admission Council. She is associate [...] Read more

University of Maine at Machias

| June 18, 2015
University of Maine at Machias SENIOR STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICER: Machias, Maine Dr. Melvin Adams [...] Read more

Dolezal Was Asked if She Tried to Mislead Howard University

by Matthew Barakat and Nicholas K. Granios, Associated Press | June 17, 2015
Rachel Dolezal, who has posed for years as a Black woman, faced tough questions about her racia [...] Read more

Barnard Votes to Admit Transgender Women

by Jocelyn Noveck, Associated Press | June 4, 2015
NEW YORK ― Barnard College has decided to admit transgender women, becoming the latest women' [...] Read more

Judge Sides with Texas Southern in Discrimination Suit

by Eric Freedman | May 28, 2015
An African-American applicant who was repeatedly rejected by the Thurgood Marshall School of La [...] Read more

Life Goes On Regardless of a Particular Outcome

by | April 15, 2015
A student’s first-choice school may not necessarily be the best one for them. [...] Read more

Colleges Turning to Internet for Intel on Applicants

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | April 14, 2015
As if getting into college wasn’t hard enough, now students have to worry about college admis [...] Read more

Decreasing the Tension Level of College Admissions Period

by Karen Gross | March 11, 2015
We are approaching that stressful time of year when high school seniors learn if they are accep [...] Read more

African-American Economist Loses Title VII Case

by Eric Freedman | March 5, 2015
An African-American economist who blamed racial discrimination by a University of Chicago-affil [...] Read more

Report: University of Texas President OK’d Applicants Over Objections

by Jim Vertuno, Associated Press | February 12, 2015
A “select handful” of University of Texas applicants are approved each year at the directio [...] Read more

Women’s College to Accept transgender, Intersex Students

by Associated Press | February 10, 2015
A small women's college near Philadelphia says it'll start accepting transgender women and inte [...] Read more

Top U.S. Colleges Push for More Diverse Students from China

by Michael Melia, Associated Press | February 9, 2015
Top U.S. universities that worked to overcome reputations for serving only children of the Amer [...] Read more

Goucher College: Video Application a Hit

by Catherine Morris | February 2, 2015
Prospective students could apply to the college with a two-minute video featuring the student e [...] Read more

Appeals Court: Case Western Can Deny Student’s Medical Degree

by Associated Press | January 29, 2015
A federal appeals court has ruled that a university in Cleveland can deny a medical degree to a [...] Read more

Education Company Settles with Justice Department

by Associated Press | January 6, 2015
An education company will pay about $1.3 million under a civil settlement with the U.S. Justice [...] Read more