Here is complete, accurate information on more than 1,400 U.S. "two-year colleges"--schools that grant the associate degree as their highest degree. Backed by Peterson's more than 25 years of helping students find the right college, this guide presents concise statistical data plus in-depth descriptions of each college.
Most futures depend on it... This comprehensive, fully updated edition shows readers how to get scholarships, find the best financial aid packages for academic or sports skills, improve one's chances of receiving financial aid, take advantage of the new tax laws to build a college savings plan, and much more. Also includes a newly updated yellow-pages directory with names, addresses, and information on where to inquire and how to apply for financial aid. ? A must-have purchase for anyone considering budgeting for or financing a college education
Peterson s Guide to Four Year Colleges 1995 Book and Disk
Arranged alphabetically and covering more than $36 billion in institutional, state, and federal aid, this book includes profiles of more than 1,600 colleges and universtites and the need- and non-need-based scholarships they offer. Helpful indexes direct users to colleges offering scholarships for athletic and academic ability, civic or religious service, and ethnic and religious background. Includes a Windows/Mac formatted disk.
This report includes a list of books and Internet sources that may help locate student financial aid information for prospective, current, or graduating college and university students. This list includes both general and comprehensive works, as well as ones targeted toward specific types of aid and circumstances (e.g., non-need-based scholarships; female and minority students; students studying abroad; or veterans, military personnel, and their dependents). When possible, the summer release dates for 2012 publications are included as a tool for those doing early planning. Many of the websites listed enable a student to conduct and save general and individualized scholarship, grant, and loan searches on a variety of issues, including intended area of study. Some of these listed resources also contain information on repaying, forgiving, decreasing, or discharging incurred educational financial debt through a variety of options, such as employment in certain professions or localities. This is a print on demand report.