College Support for LGBT
Officials insist that identifying as lesbian-gay-bisexual-transgender-questioning does not affect chances of being admitted
[Elmhurst has a diversity scholarship for gay students admitted]
[MIT leaves the lgbt question out of the pdf printout and is concerned parents might look at the student answer]
...Most institutions don’t find the questions appropriate, particularly on undergraduate applications. In 2011, the board of the Common Application, which is used by 488 colleges and universities, rejected a proposal to add a sexual orientation question to its form, citing concerns that it would cause anxiety and uncertainty for students deciding if they should answer it.