America's Best Value Colleges

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Esq. Eric Owens, Tom Meltzer
Random House, 2006 - Education - 531 pages
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Inside You’ll Find:
• Strategies for choosing the school that best meets your needs
• Tips on tackling the admission process and getting accepted
• The real cost of college once financial aid is applied to your bill
• School- and state-specific scholarships and grant aid
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• Snapshots of campus life
• Career prospects for graduates of each profiled college

We offer a range of both public and private colleges, from small liberal arts colleges to large state universities, some well-known and some up-and-coming. A few are expensive (and worth every penny) while several manage to do the seemingly impossible (charge $0.00 for tuition!), but all of the included schools offer students the best value for their college education.

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User Review  - Kari Bailey -

Great resource book! Lot's of really good information about colleges. Helped us to look at some different schools. Read full review

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