Here's When Colleges Are Releasing Regular Admissions Decisions for the Class of 2019
It’s March and there’s finally a light at the end of the admissions tunnel for anxious high school seniors – colleges will soon start releasing their regular admissions decisions!
Some Schools report Record Low Admit Rates, Others Hold Steady
The results are in, and the 2013-14 admissions season was another one filled with highs and lows.
Do's and Don'ts for High Schools Seniors When Admissions Decisions Come In
It’s decision time, and high schools seniors across the country (and the globe!) are anxiously waiting for colleges to release regular decisions.
Schools Come Out With More Fun and Creative Application Questions for the 2013-14 College Admissions Season
The Common App launched last week, and while there were some first day hiccups, student have started to plan and write their college admissions essays to a variety of colleges and universities throughout the US.
Admit rates slightly dip again
Ivy Legaue schools released their regular admissions decisions today, and once again the admission rates reached record lows.
Schools Announce Regular Decision Notification Dates for 2013
American University released their regular decisions last week, and as March comes to a close more schools are gearing up to notify applicants whether or not they will be admitted to the Class of 2017. For those of you waiting to hear your admission decision for your regular application, here are release dates for some schools across the country:
IvyWise Counselor and Former Assistant Director of Admissions at UChicago, Victoria, Comments on the School's Record Year
The University of Chicago is hot, hot, hot. I have always been a fan of UChicago and as an alumna of the college and a former Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions it has been no surprise to me that the college remains a highly attractive option for students. While I saw the increase in popularity of the college first hand, I am still astonished at the rate at which the college's application numbers and popularity have increased.