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At a time when only 41 percent of college students graduate in four years—and only 56 percent in five years—colleges and universities across the country are phasing out the only truly objective measure of academic excellence and student success in the application process: standardized tests.
At a time when only 41 percent of college students graduate in four years—and only 56 percent in five years—colleges and universities across the country are phasing out the only truly objective measure of academic excellence and student success in the application process: standardized tests.
 
In a 2011 Pope Center article entitled “Too Many Rhinestones,” Professors T. Norman Van Cott and the late Clarence Deitsch examined Ball State University’s (BSU) grade inflation problem
In a 2011 Pope Center article entitled “Too Many Rhinestones,” Professors T. Norman Van Cott and the late Clarence Deitsch examined Ball State University’s (BSU) grade inflation problem
 
Ten years ago, the University of North Carolina began raising minimum admission requirements for all schools in the system. Those changes worked, helping to raise retention and graduation rates since their implementation. Thirty-five percent of 2005 freshmen graduated four years later. By 2010...
Ten years ago, the University of North Carolina began raising minimum admission requirements for all schools in the system. Those changes worked, helping to raise retention and graduation rates since their implementation. Thirty-five percent of 2005 freshmen graduated four years later. By 2010...
 
The Registrar's Office at Beaufort County Community College has released the honor roll for the 2014 Fall Semester. Full-time students maintaining a grade point average, or GPA, of 4.0 or better were placed on the All "A"s list. Students maintaining a 3.5 GPA were placed on the Dean's List.
The Registrar's Office at Beaufort County Community College has released the honor roll for the 2014 Fall Semester. Full-time students maintaining a grade point average, or GPA, of 4.0 or better were placed on the All "A"s list. Students maintaining a 3.5 GPA were placed on the Dean's List.
 
Three years after the revelation that UNC-Chapel Hill’s African and Afro-American Studies Department offered no-show classes, the Carolina community is still grappling with academic-athletic scandals at the North Carolina flagship.
Three years after the revelation that UNC-Chapel Hill’s African and Afro-American Studies Department offered no-show classes, the Carolina community is still grappling with academic-athletic scandals at the North Carolina flagship.
 
Student Government Association Historian Elizabeth Cobb is already hard at work in her new role as a student leader.The Registrar's Office at Beaufort County Community College has released the honor roll for the 2014 Spring Semester.
Student Government Association Historian Elizabeth Cobb is already hard at work in her new role as a student leader.The Registrar's Office at Beaufort County Community College has released the honor roll for the 2014 Spring Semester.
 
Going to college can be an expensive proposition. Tuition has been rising steadily in North Carolina and in other states. Many students receive aid in the form of a federal Pell Grant, but the Pell Grant Program faces problems and needs serious reform. Dr. Jenna Ashley Robinson, director of...
Going to college can be an expensive proposition. Tuition has been rising steadily in North Carolina and in other states. Many students receive aid in the form of a federal Pell Grant, but the Pell Grant Program faces problems and needs serious reform. Dr. Jenna Ashley Robinson, director of...
 
It has been learned that UNC created, offered and allowed athletes to take courses that seldom met and apparently had no requirements except some flimsy papers in order to get, not only credit, but grades sufficient to enhance the athlete's GPA
It has been learned that UNC created, offered and allowed athletes to take courses that seldom met and apparently had no requirements except some flimsy papers in order to get, not only credit, but grades sufficient to enhance the athlete's GPA
 
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