College Admissions

The 'Desperate Housewives' actress recently sat down for an interview and claimed she had to pay for her daughter's SAT scores to be altered for her to have a future.
But GOP senators stopped short of backing a Democratic bill that would ban colleges from giving preference to students with legacy or donor status.
The Supreme Court ruled last month to eliminate race-based affirmative action in college admissions.
In the wake of a Supreme Court decision that removes race from the admissions process, colleges are coming under renewed pressure to put an end to legacy preferences, the practice of favoring applicants with family ties to alumni.
The California governor recalled what happened when his state ended affirmative action in college admissions in the 1990s, and it was not good.
Studies show it would do little to compensate for the loss of affirmative action.
There's a good chance that the highest court in the land will end affirmative action, and that's not just bad for people of color.
Dennis Maliq Barnes is also on track to reach his goal of $10 million in scholarship offers by the end of this month.
Federal prosecutors want six years behind bars for Rick Singer, who helped deep-pocketed parents get their often undeserving kids into top-tier schools.