As we have mentioned before, non-profit schools are beginning to come under the same scrutiny as for-profit schools. This trend continued over the last quarter, when Tulane University's Freeman School of Business announced that it had misreported test scores of its incoming class and the number of admission applications. This came after disclosures by Claremont McKenna, Bucknell University, Emory University, and George Washington University that they had inflated test scores or provided inaccurate information about the class rankings of incoming students.