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New Research Finds That Character Counts In College Admission

This story reports that several colleges and universities are at the forefront of elevating character in admission and are actively seeking valid, tangible ways of assessment. Bill Conley, vice president for enrollment management, explains that “for Bucknell, it means that how students act towards others, what really motivates them, and why they pursue interests really matters in the evaluation of their qualifications.”

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