Those college application deadlines just keep getting closer and closer, don’t they? If you’re overwhelmed by SAT prep, college applications, or endless amounts of homework, take a breather with this week’s College News Roundup.
Stanford and other universities are cracking down on students who may be lying on their college applications. These audits are being run to ensure fairness and honesty – but will they do their job?
College recruiters are going green and going high-tech. Using phone apps and social media to connect with prospective students is on the rise. Read more about this trend in The Record.
Making sure your essay is error-free is a no-brainer, right? Still, every year, colleges and universities receive personal statements filled with typos and grammatical errors. Be sure yours isn’t one of them! This post on STLToday.com reminds you of what to do (and not to do) for your college application.
This New York Times post is a good brainstorming exercise if you’re stumped on your college essay topic.
This article at bnet.com gives another perspective on the Early Decision factor in college admissions.