Lori Loughlin could score her first victory of the sort in her upcoming trial for her involvement in the college admissions scandal, without setting foot in a courtroom, due to the developments surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19).
Universities are changing the qualities they consider when accepting a student. Johns Hopkins University’s President recently said that admissions would no longer base admission decisions on whether a student’s family members attended.
More than a third (36%) of admissions officers said they visit applicants’ social media profiles like Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube to learn more about them, up from 25% last year - according to a poll conducted by Kaplan.
The University of California and California State University are overcrowded without space for all qualified in-state students. But a growing number of universities outside the state are coming here to recruit.
An election year in 2020 on the heels of a newsworthy 2019 necessitates a rundown of the opportunities and challenges in U.S. college admissions. Here are the top 4 trends to impact college admissions this year.