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Sasha Obama with her sister, Malia.

Sasha Obama is going to the University of Michigan

Former President Barack Obama's youngest daughter, Sasha Obama, was seen at a summer freshman orientation at the University of Michigan.
The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign found 14 total students who followed the pattern of transferred guardianship between 2019 and 2018.

Wealthy parents are giving up custody of their children to get need-based financial aid from colleges: ‘It’s a scam’

Dozens of families in Chicago have reportedly been transferring guardianship of their children so they'll qualify for need-based financial aid.
Teens protesting on Capitol Hill.

The 15 best colleges for potential political science majors

Political science is the third most popular major in the US, and that's only poised to grow, as politically active young people prepare for college.
Activist Kyle Kashuv addresses the 148th National Rifle Association (NRA) annual meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana..JPG

Harvard has rescinded admission to Parkland shooting survivor Kyle Kashuv over racist comments he made 2 years ago

In a Twitter thread on Monday, Kyle Kashuv said that his Harvard class of 2023 admission had been rescinded by the university.
William 'Rick' Singer leaves Boston Federal Court after being charged with racketeering conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and obstruction of justice on March 12, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. Singer is among several charged in an alleged college admissions scam involving parents, ACT and SAT administrators and coaches at universities including Stanford, Georgetown, Yale, and the University of Southern California.

Students in the college admissions scandal were told to lie about their race on their applications

The wealthy families involved in the college admissions scandal were advised to have their students claim they were racial minorities to improve their chances of getting into top colleges.

The SAT is adding an ‘adversity score’ that will quietly let colleges track a student’s wealth and privilege

The New York nonprofit College Board will include an adversity score in its SAT that will measure socioeconomic and educational privilege.
From left to right: Jalil Mitchell, Kayla Willis, Dylan Chidick.

Meet 7 inspiring students who got into dozens of schools and received millions in scholarships

Meet seven high-achieving high school students whose hard work paid off with dozens of college acceptances and millions of dollars in scholarships.
Math made an appearance at Yale.

How applying to college in the US has changed over the years

As a focus on higher education has changed, so has college admissions. A lot has changed as far as how students apply and how they choose schools.
Antoinette Love

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.
William 'Rick' Singer leaves Boston Federal Court after being charged with racketeering conspiracy, money laundering conspiracy, conspiracy to defraud the United States, and obstruction of justice on March 12, 2019 in Boston, Massachusetts. Singer is among several charged in an alleged college admissions scam involving parents, ACT and SAT administrators and coaches at universities including Stanford, Georgetown, Yale, and the University of Southern California.

The college admissions scandal highlights just how much successful people believe an elite education matters

Among the 33 parents indicted as part of the college admissions scandal, the majority of them received degrees from elite universities.