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College Scorecard Helps Students Decide on Colleges

Fox 13 interviewed us in connection with their terrific story yesterday on the College Scorecard:  College Scorecard a Wealth of Information on Every College and University in the Country.  Anyone with a high school student or someone bound for college, … Continue reading

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Financing College After a Divorce

While parents are always proud when their children go off to college, there is no ignoring the immense financial burden higher education can bring, for students and parents alike. Paying for college is not easy for most families, and it … Continue reading

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The Black Box of College Admissions

A recent federal case indicting dozens of wealthy parents for college admissions fraud has sparked a national conversation about the opportunity gap between wealthy and low-income applicants to U.S. colleges and universities. But the problem goes much deeper than wealth … Continue reading

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University hosts no-whites-allowed faculty and staff listening sessions — to promote inclusivity | The College Fix

Wake Forest University is hosting a series of “listening sessions” for faculty and staff of color that aim to advance inclusion efforts on campus. The listening sessions come amid ongoing racial tensions on campus, including a protest Monday at which … Continue reading

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By: Michael McNeil Around 20 million people will apply to college this year, and when they do, colleges will be watching them. Using big data analytics software from companies like Technolutions Inc., schools will know when an applicant opens an … Continue reading

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