Peterson's Guide to Two-Year Colleges 1997

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Peterson's, Aug 18, 1996 - Community colleges - 842 pages
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Numbering in the millions, students at community colleges account for approximately haft of all undergraduate enrollees. A record number of students are taking advantage of the unique programs community and junior colleges have to offer. Young students pursue associate degrees or prepare to transfer to a four-year institution, while many adults find two-year colleges to be the best place to resume their studies for either personal enrichment or improving their job skills.

Young students and adults alike will turn to the all-new 28th edition of Peterson's Two-Year Colleges for the comprehensive, detailed information they need, including:
-- Programs offered
-- Career planning
-- Tuition
-- Financial aid

A complete resource, Peterson's Two-Year Colleges '98 includes valuable information and advice on:
-- Transferring
-- Returning to school
-- Paying for one's education
-- Surviving standardized tests

This unique guide includes photos, maps, and in-depth descriptions. These descriptions, written by admission directors themselves, provide details available nowhere else!

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Contents

QuickReference College Search Indexes
27
Associate Degree Programs at TwoYear
49
Associate Degree Programs at FourYear
133
Copyright

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About the author (1996)

Foreword is by Sandra Reed, Former Dean of Graduate Studies at Savannah College of Art and Design. Reed grew up in Iowa. She received a full scholarship to attend Drake University, where she received her B.F.A. in painting and drawing. She earned the M.F.A. in painting from The George Washington University as the first Morris Louis Fellow in Painting. She taught at academic institution's Resident Associate Program, prior to moving to Savannah in 1993 to teach at the Savannah College Art and Design. She lives with her husband, John Spurlock, a painter and printmaker, in Savannah, Georgia.

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