Posts tagged: Admission Criteria - Diverse

SAT Takers Grow More Diverse, Scores Stagnate

by Jamaal Abdul-Alim | September 14, 2010
More students from diverse backgrounds are taking the SAT, a College Board report released Mond [...] Read more

ACT Scores Dip, But More Students College-ready

by Eric Gorski, AP Education Writer | August 19, 2010
Average scores on the ACT college entrance exam inched downward this year, yet slightly more st [...] Read more

New Initiative To Examine Equity of College-access Programs

by Michelle J. Nealy | June 21, 2010
A new Kresge Foundation-funded research effort launching this summer will better equip teachers [...] Read more

Grambling State President To Step Down

by Diverse staff | October 23, 2009
The president of historically Black Grambling State University is stepping down from his positi [...] Read more

First-year Black Student Enrollment Drop Raises Diversity Concerns at University of Maryland

by Arelis Hernandez | October 12, 2009
The institutional research office at the University of Maryland-College Park released startling [...] Read more

Hampden-Sydney’s Superstar President Makes Splash

by Justin Pope, Associated Press Education Writer | September 28, 2009
Christopher Howard has taken the helm of Hampden-Sydney College as the first African-American t [...] Read more

Pupils don’t aim high enough for college

by JUSTIN POPE, AP Education Writer | September 11, 2009
Four years ago, two of the most influential researchers in higher education dove into a huge po [...] Read more

U-Texas Pulls Out of Merit Scholarship Program

by JAY ROOT, Associated Press Writer | September 3, 2009
The University of Texas at Austin is pulling out of the National Merit Scholarship Program to f [...] Read more

Naval Academy Continues its Diversity Trend

For a second consecutive year, the Naval Academy has admitted its most diverse class, and its w [...] Read more


For a second consecutive year, the Naval Academy has admitted its most diverse class, and its w [...] Read more

More Diversity Among 2009 SAT Test-Takers, Scores Slightly Down

by Janelle L. Plummer | August 26, 2009
Although college-bound high school seniors from the class of 2009 rank as the most racially and [...] Read more

More Black and Hispanic Students Taking the ACT Exam, College Readiness Levels Remain Flat

by Janelle L. Plummer | August 19, 2009
While scores and college readiness levels remained relatively flat from 2008, the numbers of Bl [...] Read more

Clemson sets application, enrollment record while maintaining academic quality

by Diverse Staff | August 17, 2009
Clemson University will welcome its largest freshman class this week.  According to Clemso [...] Read more

Panel: Leaders failed U. of I.

by Diverse Staff | August 7, 2009
After an eight-week investigation found that the state’s culture of political dealmaking [...] Read more

SAT-optional Will Trend Take Off or Sputter?

by JUSTIN POPE, AP Education Writer | April 20, 2009
If you’re one of those students afraid standardized test scores don’t paint the full pictur [...] Read more