Tagged With College Admissions

The 15 best colleges for potential political science majors

Harvard has rescinded admission to Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv over racist comments he made 2 years ago

Students in the college admissions scandal were told to lie about their race on their applications

The SAT is adding an 'adversity score' that will quietly let colleges track a student's wealth and privilege

Meet 7 inspiring students who got into dozens of schools and received millions in scholarships

How applying to college in the US has changed over the years

Meet 7 inspiring students who got into dozens of schools and received millions in scholarships

A New Orleans teen who is the first in her family to go to college was accepted into 115 schools and received more than $3.7 million in scholarship offers

The college admissions scandal highlights just how much successful people believe an elite education matters

Stanford University has expelled a student linked to the fake charity at the center of the college admissions scandal

A prominent Silicon Valley VC was 'terminated' from Lightspeed Venture Partners after admitting a link to the college-admissions scandal

Yale has rescinded the admission of a student connected to the college admissions scandal

An attorney explains why she thinks the students involved in the college-admissions scandal probably knew about it

USC is barring students linked to the college admissions scandal from registering for classes

A former CEO's daughter was allegedly listed as co-captain of a Japanese national soccer team as part of a $25 million college admission scheme

Private equity giant TPG has put a top exec on leave after he was charged in a college admissions scandal

Meet the accused ringleader of the massive college-admissions scandal, William 'Rick' Singer, the owner of Edge College & Career Network

Fashion designer Mossimo Giannulli — whose self-titled brand once ran at Target — is accused of shelling out $500,000 to get his daughters into USC

Investigators say parents were editing their kids' heads onto stock photos of athletes to help get them into elite colleges

A Florida high school student claims she's being unfairly punished after her 330-point SAT improvement was deemed invalid