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College admissions

Race in admissions
President Daniels responds to SCOTUS decision
Published June 29, 2023
University affirms commitment to diversity in wake of ruling that race conscious admissions policies violate federal law
K-12 education
When school feels 'like prison,' test scores, college attendance drop
Published Sept 21, 2022
Students at high schools with prominent security measures have lower math scores, are less likely to attend college and are suspended more compared to students in schools with less surveillance, finds a new Johns Hopkins University study.
Center for Talented Youth
From the top of their classes to top colleges
Published April 4, 2019
CTY Scholars Program helps prepare low-income students for success at some of the nation's top colleges—including Hopkins
Student service
Applying to college 101
Published April 15, 2016
Alpha Phi Omega fraternity aims to make college admissions process less intimidating for city students
Lotto for learning?
Published Feb 12, 2016
CTY's Elaine Tuttle Hansen offers suggestion for truly leveling playing field in college admissions process / Inside Higher Ed
Aid for low-income Md. students
Published Feb 12, 2016
JHU joins 12 other Md. private schools in commitment to Guaranteed Access Partnership Program
Fresh approach to undergraduate admissions
Published Sept 28, 2015
JHU joins group of more than 80 schools aiming to make it easier for high school students to apply to college, research their options
Welcome, new Blue Jays
Published Dec 12, 2014
539 admitted to undergrad Class of 2019 in early decision cycle
Testing testing
A new, improved SAT?
Published March 20, 2014
With revamped test, College Board aims to level playing field for students from low-income families
My view
A deserving few
Published April 2013 Video
March and April are decision time in the Office for Undergraduate Admissions, an 'all hands on deck' crunch / Gazette