Harvard, Princeton Bring Back Early Admissions (Chronicle of Higher Education)

Having moved away from early-admissions programs five years ago, Harvard and Princeton Universities have announced they are reinstating the practice, accompanied by changes designed keep the focus on access and diversity.

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  1. Peter H Dragonas, M. D.

    I have been informed that the reason for this readjustment is founded on the fact
    that that these two institutions were losing students of high interest to competitive colleges and universities. I know of very high quality students whose choice followed the “scholarship dollar”. I believe Bowdoin gets its share of the same pools of students because they “Really want the Bowdoin Experience”. It has been noted in the press that the Cambridge crowd has increased scholaarship funds in order to compete with others.

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