No Ruling Yet In Fisher v. UT-Austin, Schools Releasing Application Essay Questions Ahead of Aug. 1
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It was another big week for Fisher v. University of Texas-Austin as the country watched to see if the Supreme Court would issue a ruling on affirmative action in college admissions. No decision was announced, but if you need a refresher, here's what to know about the case.
If the court issues a ruling next week, Dr. Kat has a break down of what could happen in college admissions should the court rule in favor, or against, affirmative action.
UVA released their 2013-14 application essay questions this week.
Rising seniors: Are you using the summer to get ahead in the college application process?
Princeton's campus was evacuated after a bomb scare earlier this week. Luckily, no explosives were found and the campus was reopened after a few hours.
How do you think the Supreme Court will rule in Fisher v. UT-Austin? If the school you're applying to release their supplemental essay topics early, do you plan to start working on theme right away? Tell us in the comments below!