IE 11 is not supported. For an optimal experience visit our site on another browser.
  • UP NEXT

    Conjoined twins successfully separated in rare surgery

    02:32
  • FBI investigates fentanyl sales on Snapchat

    02:13
  • Embrace ‘kidulting’ with these fun toys and activities

    04:33
  • Paris Hilton announces she welcomed a baby boy

    00:26
  • Craig Melvin tries his hand at woodworking

    04:24
  • TODAY celebrates 100th birthdays: Jan. 24, 2023

    01:11
  • Creative dad styles his daughters’ hair the way only a father could

    00:44
  • Common talks performing on Broadway, activism, fatherhood

    07:36
  • Mother and daughter help send students with Down syndrome to college

    04:06
  • See 2 mothers get makeovers using their daughters’ clothes

    04:57
  • Abby Cadabby and Grover talk season 3 of Sesame Street podcast

    04:15
  • 13-year-old with cerebral palsy is on a mission to inspire others

    04:34
  • 12-year-old boy hooks a big one: A great white shark!

    00:48
  • Why this barbershop is offering books to young patrons

    08:05
  • Meet the all-girl team breaking barriers in robotics

    04:13
  • Meet the woman who manifested the 1 thing she wanted: a baby

    06:56
  • Watch student’s reaction to getting accepted into Harvard

    00:49
  • New social media app has teens sending only positive messages

    04:46
  • Indian-American mom chases dream of becoming standup comic

    03:02
  • How to reset your parenting in 2023

    06:06

Tips for navigating the college admissions process during the pandemic

03:47

Bari Norman, former admissions officer at Barnard College-Columbia University and co-founder of Expert Admissions, joins TODAY’s Sheinelle Jones and Dylan Dreyer to talk about changes in the college admissions process due to the pandemic. She says many schools are test-optional this year and that, despite changes, schools still want to see high school students being productive with their time.