The Secret Sauce of College Admissions

By Brian C. Mitchell Moody’s issued a report recently pointing to a basic discrepancy in how we view college admissions that underscores the collapse of the college tuition-dependent finance model. In its report, Moody’s noted that applications to private colleges rose 70 percent from 2004 to last year but the annual total of new high school graduates rose only 5 percent. The credit rating agency argued that the rise in applications created a perception of far greater selectivity than actually occurred at many colleges and universities. “Please, please, please keep the out-of-date college recruiting strategies in place. No one wants to see the college tuition-based financial model wither and die more than we do. ” Read the full article here:

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