The Best 331 Colleges
Random House, 2001 - Reference - 745 pages
What makes The Best 331 Colleges the most talked-about college guide?
- The authors ask students (not just admissions officers) what colleges are like. They surveyed 65,000 college students, and the revealing results are in this book.
- Complete profiles cover the entire school, from academics to financial aid to social life.
- The book has all the information students need to apply and get in: admissions criteria, deadlines, phone numbers, e-mail and campus addresses.
- Unique rankings in 63 categories rate colleges on academics, politics, social life, quality of life, cafeteria food, dormitories, and much more.
- Includes the annual news-making campus life survey--students rate their schools' faculties, workloads, social scenes, sports, and more
- The always popular "best party school" rankings.
- The inside word on specific admissions requirements at each school, plus details on financial aid
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