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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.

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    Lots of facts…, August 15, 2010
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    This book has the dry facts about most schools, which is helpful. Cost, number of attendees, how many building on campus, special programs, how many graduate and if they are employed etc… This is not the book that gives you a feel for life on campus. The Princeton Review, CollegeProwler or other books based on student surveys are helpful for that.

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  2. Anonymous // January 12th, 2012 at 3:18 am
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    Barron’s American Colleges 2011, November 3, 2011
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    I received the book in a few days after my order in good condition. The book is very comprehensive. I am reviewing it with my son as a guide to what the various colleges offer. I would recommend this resource book as a tool to help narrow your applications.

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  3. Anonymous // January 12th, 2012 at 3:36 am
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    Best of the big guide books, July 14, 2011
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    This tome provides an excellent companion to online college profile sources and “best” colleges books. You can review information about tons of schools, unfettered by subjective ratings, and you don’t need an internet connection. Readers will need to go elsewhere for detailed descriptive and qualitative information,and for information on 2-yr college and vocational programs, however. This book is geared towards traditional 4-yr college-bound high school students and transfer students.

    Introductory sections cover information about college selection, admissions, and financing, as well as advice about coping during the freshman year. The remainder provides facts and figures for ~4700 accredited 4-yr colleges and universities, and some additional specialized advice.

    Some great features not found in other directories include a table that contains essential facts for all covered institutions by state, a very large list of college majors and the schools that offer them, ROTC schools by military division (and an explanation of the ROTC program and scholarships available), a discussion of Canadian and overseas college options, and a short section of advice to international students seeking to study in the US.

    An interesting feature of the essential facts school listings is that median SAT requirements are further broken down by admissions cohort. For instance, you learn that the median SAT reading score for freshman admitted to Bates college is 680; no admitted students scored below 500, 9% scored between 500-599, 58% scored between 600 and 700, and 32% scored above 700. Lists of schools by selectivity, as judged by median SAT/ACT scores, allows prospective students to quickly narrow their search focus based on selectivity, if desired.

    This and later editions include an online search subscription. Unfortunately, other free and paid college search utilities offer more search options and more detailed listings of individual schools. The listings you find online at Barrons via your included subscription are identical to the profiles in the most recent book edition.

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