Best 357 Colleges, 2005 Edition
The Princeton Review, Aug 1, 2004 - Education - 802 pages
What makes The Best 357 Colleges
the most talked-about college guide?
•We ask college students (over 110,000 of them) what their colleges are really like,
and the most revealing answers are in this book.
• Our pithy narratives cover the entire school, from classes to financial aid to social life.
•We provide all the basics: admissions criteria, deadlines, phone numbers, and email and snail mail addresses.
•Our unique rankings in more than 60 categories rate colleges on academics, political leaning, quality of life, cafeteria food, dormitories, social life, and much more.
•Our Inside Word on each school outfits you with the most concise game plan for getting into your dream college.
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SCHOOLS RANKED BY CATEGORY
THE BEST 357 COLLEGES
Academic Rating acceptees attending ADMISSIONS OFFICE ADMISSIONS Very important African American APPLICANTS ALSO LOOK Asian Average SAT Math Caucasian class 97 College common reg class Early decision factors considered include FAFSA Federal Perkins FFEL Unsubsidized Stafford financial aid forms Financial Aid Rating FINANCIAL AID Students forms be submitted FRESHMAN PROFILE Range frosh grant frosh rec gift aid graduated top 25 Hispanic important factors considered Inside Word Institutional employment available live on campus Loan aid offered Minimum Paper TOEFL Native American need-based aid notified of awards possible after January Princeton Review suggests PROFILE Range SAT Profs accessible rating Profs interesting rating profs teaching UG Range SAT Math Range SAT Verbal required and GED school units required/recommended school's own gift SPEAK OUT Academics standardized test student body Students should submit STUDENTS Total undergrad Subsidized Stafford SURVEY SAYS teaching UG courses TOEFL required Total undergrad enrollment UG rec University Work-Study Program available