While ED/EA results come out, these colleges cut tuition

SocratesPost is always on the frontlines scouring the news for relevant updates in the college admissions landscape. We look for anything that can help shape our understanding of the latest trends in admissions and help our readers see the direction in which we’re moving.

Questions we explored this week:

  • Harvard, Yale, and Duke received record apps for ED/EA. The decision is out. Who's in?
  • It's not all bad news. These top colleges just dropped tuition for new students. Which ones?
  • Which under-the-radar colleges received nearly $800 million in donations, the largest gift in the history of some of these schools?

December 17, 2020 — 7% at Harvard REA, 10.5% at Yale Single-Choice EA, 16.7% at Duke ED
These three East Coast private schools, along with Dartmouth and Brown, saw record high Early apps. They accept...

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