The Journal of College Admission

jca238coverThe Journal of College Admission offers readers resources from thought-leaders tracking the pulse of college admission counseling; the foremost authorities on trends, data, and research; and members dedicated to ethical college admission. 

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Feature Articles

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  • 2030 Vision

    Like so much else in our jarringly fast-shifting society, the future of higher education over the next decade can perhaps be summed up in a familiar two-part refrain: big changes are coming, but no one seems to know exactly where they will lead.

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  • Dreamers Go to College

    Keeping undocumented students motivated when DACA and other policies are in question.

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  • Invisible Population

    More than 7 million students in the United States are enrolled in rural school districts. Almost half of those rural students hover near or below the poverty line… more than 25 percent are children of color.

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  • Feeling the Burn

    New college admission officers face many challenges in the first few years on the job. It’s not uncommon for burnout to occur early in an admission career, and some may leave the profession. Here is what is important to know about preventing burnout and advancing on the admission career ladder.

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  • Hollywood’s College Admission Process

    When it comes to the world of college admission, Hollywood needs to go back to school.

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