Need aside, colleges cut top deals for star students

Decker, Jonathan P.
April 1997
Christian Science Monitor;4/17/97, Vol. 89 Issue 99, p1
Reports that some college applicants to elite institutions in the United States negotiate deals to gain entry. Information on Frank Turner, a freshman finance major at Howard University in Washington; Why colleges bid fiercely for the best and most intelligent students; Reference to the positive and negative impact of negotiating entry to these elite institutions.


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