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The New York Times

What’s Changing in the New FAFSA and What’s Not

What’s Changing in the New FAFSA and What’s Not

September 17, 2021

The latest version of the federal form for college aid will be available on Oct. 1 for the 2022-23 academic year. But a planned major overhaul of the form may not take effect for several years.
The latest version of the federal form for college aid will be available on Oct. 1 for the 2022-23 academic year. But a planned major overhaul of the form may not take effect for several years.

September 17, 2021

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Open Campus, Blog

Stories We Tell About Admissions

Stories We Tell About Admissions

September 17, 2021

College admissions is a mystery to most people. Many of them have this sense that it’s harder than ever to get in (Some places? Sure. Overall? Not at all). Plus, public depictions focus on the tiny sliver of colleges that reject most of their applicants. (See this amazing compilation of the trope “Ivy League for Everyone” from comic books and movies and TV shows.)
College admissions is a mystery to most people. Many of them have this sense that it’s harder than ever to get in (Some places? Sure. Overall? Not at all). Plus, public depictions focus on the tiny sliver of colleges that reject most of their applicants. (See this amazing compilation of the trope “Ivy League for Everyone” from comic books and movies and TV shows.)

September 17, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Judging a Degree by the Program, Not the College

Judging a Degree by the Program, Not the College

September 17, 2021

Two new studies examine which degree programs at which institutions offer graduates the best chance of recouping their costs and repaying their loans.
Two new studies examine which degree programs at which institutions offer graduates the best chance of recouping their costs and repaying their loans.

September 17, 2021

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EducationDive.com

Will the SAT and ACT ever be removed from the U.S. News rankings?

Will the SAT and ACT ever be removed from the U.S. News rankings?

September 16, 2021

Admissions experts believe change could be coming to the influential lists, but it may take a shift in what students and families want.
Admissions experts believe change could be coming to the influential lists, but it may take a shift in what students and families want.

September 16, 2021

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Inside Higher Ed

Report: Funding Gaps for HBCUs

Report: Funding Gaps for HBCUs

September 15, 2021

A new report from the Century Foundation, a progressive, independent think tank focused on equity in education, health care and work, explores the extent of public underfunding for historically Black colleges and universities and the financial ramifications for the affected institutions, students and parents.
A new report from the Century Foundation, a progressive, independent think tank focused on equity in education, health care and work, explores the extent of public underfunding for historically Black colleges and universities and the financial ramifications for the affected institutions, students and parents.

September 15, 2021

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