America's leading college directory and a perennial favorite among high school guidance counselors is a recognized authority in comparative college ratings The brand-new edition of Barron's Profiles of American Colleges describes more than 1,650 colleges, with up-to-date facts and figures covering: Admission requirements and procedures Tuitions, fees, and financial aid sources Library, computer, and athletic facilities Campus safety and security Degree requirements and extracurricular activities Websites, email addresses, and admissions contacts The book contains an Index of College Majors, an extended chart listing all available major study programs at every school. Also profiled are many of the finest colleges in Canada, as well as brief profiles of religious colleges and American colleges based in foreign countries. All colleges in the directory are rated according to Barron's competitiveness scale, which ranges from "Competitive" to "Most Competitive." Includes FREE access to Barron's exclusive College Search Engine. It gives college-bound students online information and guidance to help them match their academic plans and aptitudes with the admission requirements and academic programs of every accredited four-year college in the country.
This brand-new edition describes more than 1,650 colleges, with up-to-date facts and figures covering admission requirements, tuition, college facilities, safety and security, admissions contacts, and much more. Also includes access to Barron s exclusive College Search Engine!
Taken directly from the brand-new full-size 27th edition of Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges, this shorter, up-to-date directory is designed for students who restrict their choice of schools to the northeastern United States. It presents complete profiles of all accredited four-year schools in Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York State, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont
This brand-new edition of Barron's world-famous college directory is in fact three information sources in one. The main section presents up-to-date profiles of more than 1,650 accredited four-year colleges; a special section features an Index of College Majors; and two computer disks (one which operates on Windows, the other on Macintosh) help students prepare college application forms and letters, and offer capsule profiles of all schools listed in the book.
Extracted directly and without abridgement from the brand-new 26th edition of Barron’s Profiles of American Colleges, this directory profiles all accredited four-year colleges in Connecticut, Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, and Vermont. This directory is produced for the convenience of students who plan to restrict their college hunt to schools in the Northeast.
America's definitive guide to all accredited four-year colleges and universities has been updated with the latest information, figures, and fees. More than 1,650 schools are profiled with details on admission requirements, academic programs, tuitions and other fees, sources of available financial aid, library facilities, computer facilities, descriptions of campus environments, athletic facilities, extracurricular activities, e-mail addresses, fax numbers, web sites, and more. Each school receives Barron's exclusive academic rating system, which advises students on its degree of academic competitiveness-from "Noncompetitive" to "Most Competitive." Also included on tinted pages for quick reference is a complete index of college majors, listed in chart form and including every major offered by every college. A CD-ROM enclosed with each copy of the book can be used for both Windows and Mac operating systems. It is set up in an interactive format, allowing students to ask specific questions about individual schools.
Includes FREE ACCESS to Barron's web-based college search engine
Author: Barron's Educational Series
Publisher: Barrons Educational Series
Category: Study Aids
The latest information on enrollments, tuition and fees, academic programs, campus environment, available financial aid, and much more make the 29th edition of Profiles of American Colleges America’s most comprehensive and authoritative source for college-bound high school students. Every accredited four-year college in the United States is profiled, and readers are directed to a brand-new Barron’s Web site featuring a FREE ACCESS college search engine that presents exclusive on-line information to help students match their academic plans and aptitudes with the admission requirements and academic programs of each school. The book presents profiles of more than 1,650 colleges, each profile including details on: • Admission requirements • Library and computer facilities • Admissions procedures for freshmen • Campus safety and security • Thumbnail descriptions of faculty • Requirements for a degree • Athletic facilities • Extracurricular activities • E-mail addresses • College fax numbers and web sites • Admissions Contacts • and more Schools are rated according to Barron’s reliable competitiveness scale, which ranges from “Noncompetitive” to “Most Competitive.” The book’s tinted pages section presents an Index of College Majors that lists all available major study programs at every school. Also profiled are excellent colleges in Canada and several other countries, as well as brief profiles of religious colleges, and American colleges based in foreign countries.
Up-to-date information on enrollments, tuition and fees, academic programs, campus environment, available financial aid, and much more, combine to make 27th edition of Profiles of American Colleges America’s most authoritative source for information on colleges and universities. College-bound students, parents, and high school guidance counselors will find information on more than 1,650 accredited four-year colleges across the United States. A CD-ROM enclosed with each copy of this comprehensive directory presents an interactive format and lets students find individual schools by entering specific criteria. In addition to the above-cited information, each college profile gives details on admission requirements, library and computer facilities, athletic facilities, extracurricular activities, e-mail addresses, fax numbers, web sites, and more. Schools are rated according to Barron’s famous competitiveness scale, from “Noncompetitive” to “Most Competitive.” The book’s extra section of tinted pages presents a complete, quick-reference Index of College Majors—listing all available major study programs at each school. Also profiled are many of the best-known colleges in Canada and several other countries.