USC and Stanford explain legacy admissions

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:

  • Foreign students in the U.S. face a huge obstacle this fall. What will bar them from getting student visas?
  • This university received 11% more apps than last year, the highest on record. Which one?
  • California law asks universities in the state to disclose legacy admissions details. What are the highlights?

July 6, 2020 — Attending an online-only university
International students will not be granted visas to study in the U.S. if their university opts to hold classes entirely online this fall. According ...

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