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Weekly College Admissions News Roundup, Dec. 15-19

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College Enrollment Drops Slightly, More Class of 2019 Early Admission Rates  

This week was full of early decision chaos, with many students hearing back from their early schools earlier this week.  

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Colleges See Increase in Early Applications, Slight Decrease in Early Admission Rates

The first members of the Class of 2019 are in, and many are anxious to see how this year’s early applicants compared to the Class of 2019. Here’s our breakdown of the early admission numbers for the Class of 2019. We will be updating as more statistics become available!

Weekly College Admissions News Roundup, Dec. 8-12

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Class of 2019 Early Admission Decisions Roll Out, First Early Admission Rates Available  

It’s that time of year! Early decisions are coming out just about every day, and regular decision deadlines are just a couple of weeks away! It’s the final stretch of the college application season, and in the madness it can be hard to stay up to date on the latest admissions and higher education news.  

5 Tips to Help Manage College Application Stress


Here's How Students Can Manage the College Application Frenzy

We’re less than a month away from regular decision deadlines, and with many early admissions decisions being released this week and next college application stress is at a fever pitch.

Weekly College Admissions News Roundup, Dec. 1-5

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Early Admission Decision Release Dates, Why Many Students Don’t Graduate in Four Years  

We’re closing in fast on early decision release dates and the regular decision application deadline! High school seniors are in full college app mode, and it’s important during this time to stay informed on admissions news, such has deadline changes, college app news, and more.  

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Here are the Early Decision and Early Action Notification Dates for the 2014-15 Application Season

There’s a little less than a month left before the Jan. 1 regular decision application deadlines, and that means that colleges will soon be releasing their early application decisions.

Say “Thanks” This College Admissions Season

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A Few Things to Be Thankful For This College Admissions Season

With the Thanksgiving holiday this week, students will be getting a much-needed break from the rigors of school and the college admissions process. It’s also a time to reflect on what you’re thankful for this year.  

Weekly College Admissions News Roundup, Nov. 17-21

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NYU Top Destination for International Students, Harvard and UNC Sued Over Affirmative Action in Admissions  

It was a big week for higher education news, including a spotlight on international enrollment in US universities, affirmative action in admissions, and the value of an elite education.  

Why Record-Number of International Students are Studying in the US

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More Options, Liberal Arts Focus Draws International Students to US Universities

After twelve years of boasting the highest number of international students of any university in the US, the University of Southern California has finally ceded that title to New York University, according to a study by the Institute of International Education. Across the board, international students are attending US universities in record numbers.  

Weekly College Admissions News Roundup, Nov. 10-14

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Average Student Loan Debt Rises, Affirmative Action in Admissions Case Could Go Back to Supreme Court  

This week in college and higher news, the focus was on student loan debt and the rise in the amount of average borrowing. The cost of college is a big factor to consider when applying to college, so remember to do your research and find colleges that are great financial, as well as academic and personal, fits.  

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