The Journal of College Admission

jca239coverThe 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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  • The Cost Conundrum

    Packed within the big bundle of worries that high school students and their parents bring to the college admission process, the bulkiest item is often how they’ll pay for it. And too often, experts say, it’s not about lacking money, but lacking information.

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  • Free Speech

    How to stay mission-and admission-centered during the rise of controversial language and events on campus.

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Feature Articles

Cuddle Cadre

Student support services can be particularly important for those young people from first-generation and other backgrounds historically underrepresented on the nation’s higher education campuses. Some campuses are offering creative solutions.


For this generation of students, the stakes have never seemed higher when it comes to college admission—leading more and more young adults to prep for higher education in ways that are both unhealthy and unsustainable.

Mentor Relationships

The mentor-mentee relationship are invaluable to both parties, professionally and personally. Learn more about how they work and how to get involved.