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  1. Educator Tips

    Helping students afford their college dreams

    USC College Advising Corps advisers invited to White House Department of Education listening session to discuss the Free Application for Federal Student Aid process.

  2. Rossier News

    “The arrows of influence are as crucial as what’s in the boxes themselves”

    Center for Enrollment Research, Policy and Practice Conference 2024: Defending Equity created spaces for reflection and sharing strategies to address pressing issues in enrollment.

    Featured Faculty

  3. Rossier News

    CERPP Conference 2024: Defending Equity announces speakers and sessions

    From February 20 to 22, 2024, the conference will tackle key issues in higher education and Affirmative Action.

  4. Rossier News

    Adjusting to a new reality post-U.S. Supreme Court Affirmative Action decision

    Panel hosted by USC Rossier discussed the implications for U.S. college admissions.

  5. Education News

    Balancing the potentials and pitfalls of AI in college admissions

    Artificial intelligence promises efficiency gains for admissions offices and offers students innovative application tools, but will the new technology advance or hinder equity?

  6. Alumni Story

    Leveling the test-prep field

    Valencia Belle EdD ’23 is championing educational access in Alabama and beyond.

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  7. Rossier News

    USC College Advising Corps advisers supporting the academic trajectory of students

    Advisers work with college applicants bridging high school to postsecondary education.

  8. Rossier News

    Enrollment leaders discuss critical issues in higher education at 2023 CERPP Conference

    DEI, merit-based scholarships and the impending Supreme Court decision on admissions among pressing topics

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  9. Education News

    Professor Jerry Lucido on why race-aware admission policies must be defended

    The Supreme Court will soon hear cases on the legality of considering applicants’ race in the additions process, but whatever the ruling, colleges must remain dedicated to their commitments to equity and diversity.

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  10. Educator Tips

    Is an EdD worth it? Leaders share insights and experiences

    Those wondering if an EdD is worth it often want to make a positive impact while advancing their career. A doctoral degree in education can be an effective way to...