Admissions without applications

From Inside Higher Ed: “ … second company offering a service in which students create profiles and colleges admit them. … Sage Scholars expects about 40 to 50 colleges to participate in the program during the first year. James B. Johnston, the president of Sage, said he doesn’t anticipate charging the students to participate, nor the colleges. … The money for the 700,000 students in his database comes from businesses. Employers pay to offer Sage as a benefit for all employees to help their children apply to colleges.”

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