The most popular college guide, now available as an enhanced eBook with videos, hundreds of color photos, infographics, and much more!
Written for students or parents mystified by the confusing college admissions process, The Best 377 Colleges provides the facts and information needed to make a smart decision about which of the country’s best schools to consider. Optimized for effortless digital reading with easy, linked navigation, the eBook edition of The Best 377 Colleges includes:
· COLORFUL PROFILES of the nation’s 377 most academically outstanding undergraduate institutions
· BRAND NEW, EXCLUSIVE VIDEOS with advice on admissions, financial aid, finding a “best fit” college, and taking standardized tests
· VIBRANT COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS of over 300 of the schools featured
· INFOGRAPHICS that present important information on academics, campus life, admissions selectivity, and financial facts for each school
· DETAILED ADMISSIONS INFORMATION that gives tuition, application criteria, deadlines, student-to-faculty ratios, graduation rates, and the most popular majors
· DIRECT QUOTES FROM STUDENTS that give insight into each school’s unique character, classes, financial aid, social scenes, and more
· ONE-OF-A-KIND RANKING LISTS that reveal the top 20 colleges in 62 categories based on how students rated their school’s dorms, professors, food, athletic facilities, and financial aid
· BONUS FEATURES like the “150 Best Value Colleges List,” plus unique ratings with all 377 schools scored on Financial Aid, Quality of Life, Fire Safety, Green Ratings, and more!
What the media is saying about The Best 377 Colleges from The Princeton Review:
“The offbeat indexes, along with the chattily written descriptions of each school, provide a colorful picture of each campus.” – The New York Times
“The most efficient of the college guidebooks. Has entertaining profiles larded with quotes from students.” – Rolling Stone
“A great book … it’s a bargain.” – CNN
“Our favorite college guidebook.” – Seventeen
“Provides the kind of feedback students would get from other students in a campus visit.” – USA Today