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College and the Pandemic - what might change.

California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

Colleges could lose up to 20 percent of students, analysis says

Colleges could lose up to 20 percent of students, analysis says | Inside Higher Ed

Projection comes from the latest survey of college students and would-be college students and does not consider community colleges or foreign students. Figures are particularly bleak for minority students.

Coronavirus, college: Will universities cancel fall semester 2020?

Students are weary of online classes, but colleges can't say whether they'll open in fall 2020

As colleges adjust to online learning amid the coronavirus, they're increasingly considering canceling in-person classes for the fall 2020 semester.

Coronavirus effects: UC eases admission requirements, no SAT - Los Angeles Times

UC to ease admission requirements: No SAT, no letter grades due to coronavirus

The coronavirus crisis prompts the University of California and California State University to temporarily suspend some admission requirements.

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction | Inside Higher Ed

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction

If public health officials deem it unsafe for students to congregate, the campus could remain closed until the start of next year.

Boston University Is First To Announce It May Postpone Opening Its Campus Until January 2021

If public health officials deem it unsafe for students to congregate, the campus could remain closed until the start of next year.

A twenty-year professor on starting college this fall: Don’t.

A twenty-year professor on starting college this fall: Don’t.

This is a message to all high school seniors (and their parents). If you were planning to enroll in college next fall — don’t. No one knows whether colleges and universities will offer face-to-face…

(AP) – A home version of the SAT college entrance exam is being prepared in case schools remain closed into the fall, College Board officials said Wednesday as they announced the cancellation of June testing. Instead of a paper-and-pencil test given under proctors’ supervision, the home version would be digital and rely on “remote proctoring.” That could include using the...

Students could take SAT at home if schools remain closed -

(AP) – A home version of the SAT college entrance exam is being prepared in case schools remain closed into the fall, College Board officials said Wednesday as they announced the cancellation of June testing. Instead of a paper-and-pencil test given under proctors’ supervision, the home version would be digital and rely on “remote proctoring.” That could include using the...

Harvard Says Some Social Distancing May Be Needed Into 2022

Harvard Study: Some Social Distancing Measures May Be Needed Into 2022

“Intermittent distancing may be required into 2022 unless critical care capacity is increased substantially or a vaccine becomes available.”

After Coronavirus, Colleges Worry: Will Students Return? - The New York Times

After Coronavirus, Colleges Worry: Will Students Return? - The New York Times

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The Myth of the Sports Scholarship - The Chronicle of Higher Education

The Myth of the Sports Scholarship - The Chronicle of Higher Education

Information for homeschool athletes.

Home School Students

All college-bound student-athletes interested in playing NCAA sports at a Division I or II school need to register for a Certification Account with the NCAA Eligibility Center.

Homeschool and NCAA

Homeschool and NCAA Academic Eligibility has 2,070 members. For homeschooling parents with athletes pursuing NCAA Division 1 and 2 sports. Discussion...

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California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

California College Admissions in the Time of COVID

View your chances of getting into colleges with our free college admissions calculator. Compare GPA and SAT/ACT scores with thousands of applicants.

College Admissions Calculator

View your chances of getting into colleges with our free college admissions calculator. Compare GPA and SAT/ACT scores with thousands of applicants.

Google's new certificate program takes only six months to complete, and will be a fraction of the cost of college.

Google Has Announced a Plan to Disrupt the College Degree

Google's new certificate program takes only six months to complete, and will be a fraction of the cost of college.

Home - A Degree With a Guarantee

A Degree With a Guarantee

Home - A Degree With a Guarantee

Colleges could lose up to 20 percent of students, analysis says

Colleges could lose up to 20 percent of students, analysis says | Inside Higher Ed

Projection comes from the latest survey of college students and would-be college students and does not consider community colleges or foreign students. Figures are particularly bleak for minority students.

Coronavirus, college: Will universities cancel fall semester 2020?

Students are weary of online classes, but colleges can't say whether they'll open in fall 2020

As colleges adjust to online learning amid the coronavirus, they're increasingly considering canceling in-person classes for the fall 2020 semester.

Coronavirus effects: UC eases admission requirements, no SAT - Los Angeles Times

UC to ease admission requirements: No SAT, no letter grades due to coronavirus

The coronavirus crisis prompts the University of California and California State University to temporarily suspend some admission requirements.

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction | Inside Higher Ed

Preparing (quietly) for a fall semester without in-person instruction

If public health officials deem it unsafe for students to congregate, the campus could remain closed until the start of next year.

Boston University Is First To Announce It May Postpone Opening Its Campus Until January 2021

If public health officials deem it unsafe for students to congregate, the campus could remain closed until the start of next year.

A twenty-year professor on starting college this fall: Don’t.

A twenty-year professor on starting college this fall: Don’t.

This is a message to all high school seniors (and their parents). If you were planning to enroll in college next fall — don’t. No one knows whether colleges and universities will offer face-to-face…

(AP) – A home version of the SAT college entrance exam is being prepared in case schools remain closed into the fall, College Board officials said Wednesday as they announced the cancellation of June testing. Instead of a paper-and-pencil test given under proctors’ supervision, the home version would be digital and rely on “remote proctoring.” That could include using the...

Students could take SAT at home if schools remain closed -

(AP) – A home version of the SAT college entrance exam is being prepared in case schools remain closed into the fall, College Board officials said Wednesday as they announced the cancellation of June testing. Instead of a paper-and-pencil test given under proctors’ supervision, the home version would be digital and rely on “remote proctoring.” That could include using the...

Harvard Says Some Social Distancing May Be Needed Into 2022

Harvard Study: Some Social Distancing Measures May Be Needed Into 2022

“Intermittent distancing may be required into 2022 unless critical care capacity is increased substantially or a vaccine becomes available.”

After Coronavirus, Colleges Worry: Will Students Return? - The New York Times

After Coronavirus, Colleges Worry: Will Students Return? - The New York Times

Our college search engine finds colleges and universities just right for you. Quickly perform a college search by major, location, type of college, financial aid, and more

Big Future | College Search | Find colleges and universities by major, location, type, more.

Our college search engine finds colleges and universities just right for you. Quickly perform a college search by major, location, type of college, financial aid, and more

How I Know You Wrote Your Kid’s College Essay - The New York Times

How I Know You Wrote Your Kid’s College Essay - The New York Times

Test-optional admissions won’t level the college admissions playing field | EdSource

COMMENTARY: Test-optional admissions won’t level the college admissions playing field

High SAT and ACT scores still provide an edge even if colleges don't require them.