Inside Higher Ed: Melanie Gottlieb, Deputy Director, AACRAO, on the closing of Argosy University
"Transferring graduate credits can be a difficult process, because it involves fewer credits than the traditional 120 credits required for undergraduate degrees."
The New York Times: Mike Reilly, Executive Director, AACRAO, discusses college enrollment in light of the admissions scandal
“There is now this notion that admissions is a competitive cesspool, and it’s not.”
Diverse Issues In Higher Education: Michael Reilly, Executive Director, AACRAO, comments on college admissions scandal
The behavior alleged “compromises the integrity of college admissions and reinforces stereotypes that people of privilege can circumvent the rules. It undermines public confidence in our institutions.”
Inside Higher Ed: Mike Reilly, Executive Director of AACRAO, comments on transcript release
Michael Cohen's testimony on President Trump's grades has spurred discussion on student consent concerning transcripts.
U.S. News: AACRAO's work on disciplinary notations
"The guidance from the registrars and admissions officers organizations recommends that whatever policy a school adopts, that it allows for the removal of the notification once a students serves his or her punishment."
Inside Higher Ed: Mike Reilly, Executive Director, AACRAO, on high school transcript fraud
"The college application process is based on trust...When that trust is violated it does a disservice to both students and the admissions process."
Chicago Tribune: AACRAO's work on criminal history in admissions
The American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers in Washington, D.C., is developing guidance on requesting criminal history, expected to be released next year.
WaPo: AACRAO's work on the A26 Backpack
The American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers is already developing a team to assess how the credentials that refugees share through the Backpack could be accepted by universities around the world.
Yale Daily News: LeRoy Rooker, AACRAO Senior Fellow, on the deletion of evaluative comments from applications of matriculated students
When asked if the lack of files could help Yale in a potential lawsuit, he said “that certainly means less information would be available,” but declined to comment further.
WRVO (NPR): Mike Reilly, Executive Director, AACRAO, on affirmative action in higher ed
"It's making sure that their student body represents a broad range of characteristics, and not simply ranking students based on their test scores and their grades from high school," Reilly said.
University of Toronto: Mark McConahay, AACRAO VP Finance, on enhanced transcripts (Comprehensive Learner Records)
“More than just the course, what was the skill and the competency that was the result of the course?” McConahay asks.
The Daily Trojan: AACRAO referenced with regard to criminal history usage in admissions
The River Bender: AACRAO referenced with regard to mandatory arbitration agreements
EdSurge: LeRoy Rooker, Senior Fellow, on unintentional FERPA violations
Westside Gazette: AACRAO joins brief supporting Harvard University in admissions lawsuit
The Atlantic: 2009 survey on criminal history usage in admissions by Center for Community Alternatives and AACRAO referenced
China Daily USA: AACRAO survey on international student applications referenced
Smart Social: AACRAO referenced in "The Power of LinkedIn: Why Every High School Student Needs to be on LinkedIn"
The Atlantic: AACRAO survey referenced in "The Rise of College ‘Grade Forgiveness'"
Augusta Free Press: Mike Reilly, ED, on Reverse Transfer Efficiency Act