Aug. 1, 2014

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College sees rise in number of applicants

College sees rise in number of applicants

Posted On: February 10, 2014

The College of William and Mary’s admissions committee is working its way through applications for the Class of [...]

College faculty approve new general education curriculum, will replace GERs in 2015

College faculty approve new general education curriculum, will replace GERs in 2015

Posted On: December 12, 2013

The College of William and Mary’s Arts and Sciences faculty approved a new general education curriculum in their [...]

College steers clear of applicants’ social media

College steers clear of applicants’ social media

Posted On: November 15, 2013

High school students never know who might be watching, but they can be confident that it’s not the [...]

How colleges weed out the uninteresting

How colleges weed out the uninteresting

Posted On: November 07, 2013

As a freshman at the College of William and Mary, it seems like it was eons ago that [...]

Application deadlines extended to Nov. 8

Application deadlines extended to Nov. 8

Posted On: November 01, 2013

The Admissions Office extended early decision and spring transfer application deadlines by one week due to glitches in [...]

Video applications provide outlet for creativity

Video applications provide outlet for creativity

Posted On: October 29, 2013

Not all students feel they can be represented by an essay and transcript alone. Video applications have become a [...]

International students attending American universities increases

International students attending American universities increases

Posted On: November 26, 2012

The number of international students attending American universities increased by six percent during the 2011-12 school year. Most [...]

Broaddus discusses role of standardized tests in college admissions

Broaddus discusses role of standardized tests in college admissions

Posted On: November 12, 2012

Although they are dreaded by high school juniors and seniors, standardized tests are an essential part of the [...]

Why information you post online should be fair game for college admissions officers

Why information you post online should be fair game for college admissions officers

Posted On: November 05, 2012

In today’s cut-throat world of college admissions, it seems like just about everybody has a 4.0 grade point [...]

Admissions refuses to investigate social media

Admissions refuses to investigate social media

Posted On: October 25, 2012

According to a recent study put out by Kaplan Test Prep, 26 percent of admissions officers at U.S. [...]