TSL slides into the DMs of 5C admissions accounts to find out who exactly is behind the memes, gifs and Cecil content.
Admissions offices at the Claremont Colleges have revamped their offerings to connect with prospective students during the COVID-19 pandemic, including developing video tours, hosting virtual fly-in programs and changing application requirements.
A new report provides details on preferential admissions practices for legacy students and applicants related to college donors.
Though the coronavirus threw the transition to college into uncertainty for many, the 5Cs have mostly assembled their classes of 2024.
As decision day approaches, prospective 5C students are navigating canceled campus visits and uncertainty about in-person classes this fall.
The Pomona faculty voted overwhelmingly Wednesday to suspend the school’s requirement that all applicants provide standardized test results to be considered for admission.
Harvey Mudd College is canceling its admitted students programming in April in response to the coronavirus outbreak.
By removing the SAT Subject Test requirement from its admissions process, Harvey Mudd is leveling the playing field for low-income students.
Starting this year, Pomona removed an application question asking prospective students if they have criminal histories.
Beginning for the class of 2025, Harvey Mudd will no longer require applicants to submit SAT subject tests.