Are Residents Losing Their Edge in Public University Admissions? The Case at the University of Washington
Grant Blume and Marguerite Roza
Published December 2012 by Center on Reinventing Public Education
Public universities across the country are shifting more spots to nonresidents (who pay higher tuitions) in order to plug budget gaps. This brief examines admissions data at the University of Washington in order to in order to quantify the effect on admissions standards for residents versus nonresidents.
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