The Best Mid-Atlantic Colleges: 98 Great Schools to Consider
The Truth About Colleges–from the REAL Experts: Current College Students
Inside this book, you’ll find profiles of 98 great colleges in the Mid-Atlantic region, including the schools you’ve heard about and great colleges that aren’t as widely recognized. There is simply no better way to learn about a college than by talking to its students, so we asked thousands of them to speak out about their schools. Sometimes hilarious, often provocative, and always telling, the students’ opinions will arm you with rare insight into each college’s academic load, professors, libraries, dorms, social scene, and more.
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Academic Rating acceptees attending ADMISSIDNS admissions committee include ADMISSIONS Very important African American Asian Average SAT Math Average SAT Verbal Avg reg class Caucasian early decision factors considered include FAFSA Federal Perkins FFEL Subsidized FFEL Subsidized Stafford FFEL Unsubsidized FFEL Unsubsidized Stafford financial aid forms Financial Aid Rating FINANCIAL AID Students forms be submitted FRESHMAN PROFILE gift aid graduated top 25 graduated top 50 High school units Hispanic important factors considered Inside Word Institutional employment available live on campus Loan aid offered Minimum TOEFL Neumann College notified of awards possible after January Princeton Review suggests Profs accessible rating Profs interesting rating profs teaching UG public high school Range SAT Math Range SAT Verbal Ratings Quality school units required/recommended school's own gift secondary school record standardized test Student Body Student/faculty ratio Students should submit Subsidized Stafford SURVEY SAYS talent/ability teaching UG courses TOEFL required Total undergrad enrollment Work-Study Program available