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National Association for College Admission Counseling- The Journal of College Admission

The Journal of College Admission

The Journal of College Admission offers readers resources from thought-leaders tracking the pulse of college admission counseling; the foremost authorities on trends, data, and research; and members dedicated to ethical college admission.

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  • Write It Down

    Setting goals, finding motivation, and establishing accountability are the keys to managing—and improving—your work and your work relationships, and advancing your career.

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  • Guiding Marginalized Students

    The record of establishing diversity on campus is much like the history of race relations and economic opportunity in America—plenty of policy and rules and rhetoric. Piles of legal briefs. Several steps forward and a few back.

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  • Recognizing and Championing Asian-American Diversity

    Asian-Americans are often lumped together as a monolith in the world of college admission, when the truth is that they come from a variety of situations, backgrounds, and regions. Discussions about "the Harvard case" continue to challenge the definition of and ethics behind race-conscious admission.

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