Complete Book of Colleges, 2007 Edition
Profiling all of the four-year colleges in the U.S. (more than 1,600!), this guide helps students target the schools that best match their interests and goals. It’s the most user-friendly guide of its kind, and the only book that students need for a successful college search.
It’s packed with all of the information that prospective applicants need to know, including:
·Tuition and fees
…and much, much more!
Fully updated for 2007, it contains all of the latest information about each school. Its unique “Admissions Wizard” questionnaire is designed to help students find prospective schools that meet their individual needs and goals. With competition for college admission at an all-time high, The Princeton Review can be counted on to provide the most thorough and accurate guidance on the market.
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How the Complete Book ofCoIegesls Organized
College Directory b 37
School Says I 037
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ACADEMICS Degrees access in dorm Admissions Selectivity Rating African American Average book expense Bachelor’s Basis for Candidate Basketball CEEB Advanced Placement College transcript(s computers are PCs concert band COSTS AND FINANCIAL diploma is required Disciplines with Highest dual enrollment English including composition EXTRACURRICULARS Activities factors considered include faculty teach undergrads FAFSA FFEL Subsidized Stafford Financial Aid Phone Financial Aid Statistics Fire Safety Rating Forms and Deadlines Freshman Academic Proﬁle Freshman Admission Requirements Freshman Admission Statistics freshmen return GED is accepted gift aid grads pursue high school class Hispanic important factors considered Lowest grade transferable middle 50 Minimum college GPA minimum paper TOEFL music ensembles musical theater Need-based scholarships/grants network access Notiﬁcation of Awards offered for CEEB public computers required and GED Retention and Graduation return for sophomore rigor of secondary soccer softball Special Study Options standardized test standardized test scores Subsidized Stafford TOEFL required Transfer Admission Requirements undergrads receive need-based volleyball