The Best 368 Colleges 2009
Random House Information Group, Jul 29, 2008 - Study Aids - 809 pages
College students (120,000 of them) reveal what life is really like at the nation's top schools. This must-have guide gives you college rankings like no other and covers all the essentials -- from academics to social life to financial aid, and everything in between. We also provide you with all the basics: admissions criteria, deadlines, phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and more.
The unique ranking lists in The Best 368 Colleges report the top 20 schools in 62 categories. Based on how students at the schools -- the real experts! -- rated their colleges, the ranking list titles include:
·Professors Get High Marks
·Best Career/Job Placement Services
·Best Classroom Experience
·Dorms Like Palaces
·Best Campus Food
·Most Politically Active Students
·Diverse Student Population
·Class Discussions Encouraged
·Best College Newspaper
…and many more!
The Best 368 Colleges also includes lists of great schools for 15 of the most popular undergraduate majors.
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