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The other college guide : a roadmap to the right ... Read More

Sweetland, Jane.(Author).
Glastris, Paul.(Added Author).

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Covington Branch 378.1 S974o 2015 (Text) 33126019978869 Adult Nonfiction Available -
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  • ISBN: 9781620970355
  • ISBN: 1620970066
  • ISBN: 9781620970065
  • Physical Description: vii, 408 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: New York : The New Press, 2015.

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"A college degree has never been more important-or ... Read More
Subject: College choice United States Handbooks, manuals, etc
Universities and colleges United States Entrance requirements Handbooks, manuals, etc
Universities and colleges United States Admission Handbooks, manuals, etc
Student financial aid administration United States

  • Baker & Taylor
    Inspired by and including the alternative college rankings in Washington Monthly, this guide to higher education provides information and profiles on fifty good, but frequently overlooked schools and offers honest and practical information for students and parents. Original. 20,000 first printing.
  • Book News
    College is increasingly becoming one of the only ways to obtain a job that one will find both emotionally and financially rewarding--however paying for school can make it seem impossible for many students. This straight forward and honest guide from Washington Monthly walks students, families, and counselors through selecting the right colleges, applying to them and paying for the education. The book begins with a section on goal setting then quickly moves into advice on finding a college that works for the individual, understanding community college transfer and applying successfully. Also included are tips about making the most of your education, applying for jobs afterwards and transitioning from living with your parents to living on your own. Checklists, tables, surveys and other helpful info-graphs breakdown difficult choices to make options more apparent. Annotation ©2015 Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR (
  • Perseus Publishing
    <div>A college degree has never been more important—or more expensive. If you're not made of money, where can you get an amazing liberal arts education without your parents having to remortgage the house or cash in their retirement fund? Which degrees will allow you to fulfill your dreams and earn a decent paycheck? What do you really need to know if you're the first in your family to go to college? How do you find good schools that offer a well-rounded campus life for black or Latino students?<br><br>From the staff of <i>Washington Monthly</i> comes a new kind of college guide, inspired by and including the magazine's signature alternative college rankings. <i>The</i> Other <i>College Guide</i> features smartly designed, engaging chapters on finding the best-fit schools and the real deal about money, loans, and preparing for the world of work. This essential higher ed handbook also highlights information on what to look for (and watch out for) in online programs and for-profit colleges and concludes with fifty profiles of remarkable but frequently overlooked schools. All things being <i>un</i>equal, <i>The</i> Other <i>College Guide</i> will provide American students—and their families and school counselors—with the honest and practical information they need to make sense of the college process and carve a path to the future they imagine.<br></div>
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