The "Full House" actress is "just a girl who decided to go for it."
Some parents allegedly photoshopped their kids' faces onto pictures of real athletes to get them into elite schools.
Some advocates and experts think the College Board’s new “adversity score” might just be another number that can’t possibly show the full picture.
Here's what Yale students from different socioeconomic classes have to say about the college admissions scandal.
The named defendants include a vineyard owner, a liquor CEO, and a 'food and beverage packaging' exec.
They claim that the personal data sold could sway colleges’ admission and financial aid decisions.
This seems like some sort of Hamburger Helper mixtape-level branded marketing scheme, but it's all too real.
Since 2006, people applying to schools across America have been asked about their criminal history. But there's no actual evidence showing that makes any sense.
We asked people who work in college admissions offices about the strangest things they've seen.
Past mistakes shouldn't make it impossible to pursue an education.
When you think about your future multi-million dollar shipping moguls and up-and-coming diplomats, please remember a small handful of them probably received their Ivy League degrees thanks to me.