If you’re paying attention to the news, you may be aware that the National Association of College Admissions Counselors recently voted to eliminate portions of its ethics code regarding student recruitment. The result is that colleges can now offer special incentives to students applying under binding Early Decision policies, continue to recruit students who have already committed elsewhere, and recruit students who were admitted but enrolled elsewhere.

Much has been written about the impact to college admissions and college finance, but what does all of this mean for students applying to college? We see some positives and a few potential negatives to these changes.

For a full breakdown of the pros and cons of these changes as we see them, and what it all means for students applying to college, check out the latest post on the Insider blog at blog.getintocollege.com.

Written by College Coach
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