On many campuses, the loss of so many first-time students this fall will mean a smaller sophomore class next fall. As a result, many colleges will look to make up that shortfall with a larger-than-usual freshman class next year.
Control what you can. Worry less about the test. Write authentic essays.
You probably don’t think colleges are in the yield management business. But they are.
What should we make of very early numbers on applications? Who knows, but perhaps the uncertainty is encouraging students to get a jump start on the process.
Parents and counselors don’t trust that schools are really test optional. That’s why many are still pulling out all the stops to get to a testing site this fall.
Back to school season feels a lot different this year with varying re-open plans.
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The fall 2020 semester will look different for colleges across the nation as reopen plans vary.
The rush back to campus is driven in part by fear that students won’t pay on-campus tuition for another remote experience.
While a lot of attention has been placed on the Class of 2020, current high school juniors also are seeing their college process upended.