The UC, as a result of the college admissions fraud investigation, initiated a comprehensive, systemwide audit which resulted in the following statement: As a public institution, and according to long established UC admissions policy, we do not grant preferential admission to the children of alumni or donors. If a student is alleged to have falsified information in their application, the student will undergo a thorough review and jeopardizes admission. UC is not permitted to
Many colleges have adopted a 'test optional' policy which means students do not have to submit standardized tests like the SAT, ACT and SAT subject tests. The following schools have recently been added to the list of test optional schools: Alma, Bucknell, Carthage, Creighton, DePauw, Fairleigh Dickinson, Ferris State, Marquette, Springfield, University of Denver, University of Rochester, University of San Francisco, and the University of Southern Maine. For a list of more sch
The University of California application has been newly redesigned. Launching in August, it focuses on improved usability, accessibility, and overall user experience of the application, and includes these features: • A fresh new look and a responsive, modernized design • Intuitive and easy-to-navigate interface • Clearer, simpler language and a warmer, more conversational tone • More places to find help • ADA compliant Other new features include the ability for students to s
Grossmont-Cuyamaca school district is promising free tuition for first-time students who commit to their education. There is no income maximum or minimum gpa.
To receive the Promise, students must:
Be a first-time college student.
Sign the Promise Pledge
Complete a Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) or a California Dream Act application.
Complete the college onboarding process, which includes application, orientation, assessment and developing an education