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A student whose parents reportedly paid $6.5 million to get her into Stanford said before the scandal broke that she was admitted because of ‘ha...
In a video translated by The New York Times, Yusi Zhao said, "I tested into Stanford through my own hard work."
Meet seven high-achieving high school students whose hard work paid off with dozens of college acceptances and millions of dollars in scholarships.
A New Orleans teen who is the first in her family to go to college was accepted into 115 schools and received more than $3.7 million in scholarship of...
Antoinette Love, a senior at International High School of New Orleans, has to decide which of the 115 schools she wants to attend by May 1.
Among the schools Dylan Chidick, of Jersey City, New Jersey, has been accepted into are Albright College, Ramapo College and Caldwell University.
Wealthy parents are paying up to $1.5 million for consultants to help get their kids into college — and there are ways to do it that are completely le...
Parents may have paid $25 million bribes in the college admissions scandal, but there are legal ways the wealthy can buy admission to elite colleges.
5 examples show the extreme lengths prosecutors say wealthy parents went to get their kids into elite colleges
Prosecutors said the scheme included bribing standardized test score administrators and college coaches to ensure students would be admitted to elite universities.
GOBankingRates recently released a list of the average starting salaries for graduates from the 30 best colleges. From Yale to the University of Michigan, see how they stack up.
Rejected by 4 colleges ‘and whines about it’: A Fox News host mocked a Parkland shooting survivor — now he’s going after her a...
Laura Ingraham made a snide comment on a story about David Hogg, a survivor of the shooting in Parkland, Florida, who said some colleges had rejected him.
Students and parents were asked to name their ‘dream school’ — and the same college topped both lists
The best colleges in the US intrigue students and parents — and they consider many of those colleges to be dream schools.
You may be surprised by some of the toughest schools to get into around the country.