Colleges slash paperwork to speed enrollment
Tim Moulton, the assistant director of admissions at Doane College, meets with a prospective student and his mom. As competition stiffens to recruit students, Doane and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are finding ways to give acceptance offers more quickly.
Posted: Sunday, October 27, 2013 12:00 am
It can take weeks for colleges to tell high school applicants whether they’ve been accepted, often because they’re waiting for the official high school transcript to arrive.
But drop the transcript, some colleges say, and the answer can be given in a day or two.
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