Colleges rein in pushy parents during admissions process

07/12/2004 | Washington Post (tiered subscription model), The

Many colleges and universities are offering separate admissions tours for parents and students so that overly-involved parents can't dominate the discussions. Although many parents looking at paying soaring tuition and board say they want to know what their money would buy, some students are banning their parents from the process altogether.

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