28 September 2015
Coalition of 80 Schools to Introduce New Alternative to the Common App
A group of 80 higher education institutions called the Coalition for Access, Affordability and Success will be introducing a new alternative to the Common Application in 2016. Designed to level the playing field for college admissions, the Coalition will deliver free tools to increase transparency around admissions and financial aid and promote awareness and engagement prior to senior year.
Details to come later this year, with more insight expected at this week's NACAC Conference in San Diego.
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