Admissions Insider

Table showing early-decision application rates for Chinese applicants.

Who Are the International Applicants?

New study by the Common Application reveals that many of them are wealthier than other students.

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Spring Enrollment Steady, but Not for All Institutions

Preliminary data from the National Student Clearinghouse show flat enrollment across all sectors of higher education. Enrollment rises at community colleges and in certificate programs, while number of bachelor’s degree–seeking students dips.

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U of California Proposes Guaranteed Transfer Plan

Move comes after the governor’s plan, which would force UCLA to accept many more transfers.

The Week in Admissions News

What low-income students pay; repairing campus dialogue; Iowa Wesleyan to close; Republicans say campus free speech is under attack.

What Others Are Saying in Admissions

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