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Starting in 2007 more than 30 elite private colleges adopted policies that replaced loans from financial aid packages with grants, in an effort to eliminate student debt upon graduation. It wasn't entirely altruistic though, as...

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Seattle is just one of many cities across the U.S. that are hosting college fairs over the next few months. With huge crowds and students vying for an admission counselor's attention, fairs can be chaotic, especially if you just...

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In a recent New York Times "The Choice" Blog entry, Martha Merrill, Dean of Admissions at Connecticut College offers...

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Colleges across the U.S. continue to report an increase in the number of applications from the previous year. New York University is reporting that it received the most applications in its history, with over 38,000 students vying...

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