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Even though your college search should focus on your unique needs, it’s often helpful to review general data, along with other people’s perspectives. College rankings offer different types of comparisons among schools and universities. You can learn more about a school’s student body, the value of in-state and out-of-state tuitions, plus compare programs based on your desired major.
If you’re curious about which colleges made CCW’s “Top 100” list, or you want to know what other students are saying about the schools in your state, use the following links to inform your research. If you don’t see the schools you’re interested in, or you’re concerned about the ratings they received, you might want to discuss those points with an enrollment advisor.
Before you make any major decisions about enrollment, remember that not all schools are represented in every set of rankings. You should also consider the source of the information, since student reviews can sometimes be unfairly biased.
One of the major benefits of community colleges is that you can explore a variety of subjects before committing to a degree. If you're still unsure of which degree to choose you should check out Community College Week magazine list of the Top 100 Associate's Degree for 2009.
Get customized rankings, or search by discipline, for graduate and doctoral programs based on National Research Council data.
This annual report (in .PDF format) offers analysis and data useful for understanding American research university performance. A key feature of this report is The Center's classification of universities into groups based upon nine quality indicators including number of doctorates awarded, research and development expenditures, median SAT scores, amongst others.
You can filter this list of public colleges by in-state and out-of-state rank, cost, quality measures or financial aid measures. Most of Kiplinger's data comes from Petersons, a division of the Thomson Corp.
You can filter the schools in our survey of private college values by overall rank, cost, quality measures or financial aid measures.
BusinessWeek continues its tradition in their most recent analysis of the best U.S. and international full-time MBA programs. The best make it into the rankings of the Top 30 U.S. programs and the Top 10 programs outside the U.S.
These rankings are determined by a variety of factors and can be very useful when choosing a business school or MBA Program.
A critical guide with all you need to know about the world's best MBAs.
Brian Leiter's Law School Rankings, by Brian Leiter, Hines H. Baker & Thelma Kelley Baker Chair in Law at the University of Texas School of Law, contains two new quality rankings (of law faculty and of law students), as well as all of the rankings formerly maintained on the University of Texas School of Law site. This site has been expanded and completely redesigned to provide the premier site of law school rankings for prospective, current, and former law students; law school faculty and administrators; and practicing lawyers in law firms, government, and public interest organizations.
If you do the math, as former Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Thomas E. Brennan has done, you will discover that there are many, many number one law schools in America. His study includes fifty different primary categories for ranking, including: Top Twenty Law Schools Based on the Composite Index, Quality, Institutional, Faculty, Library, Diversity and Value. As well as Law School Rankings by Median Salary and Employment Rate. Almost every one of the 179 approved law schools can be found in these rankings.
The 2007 edition of the Official American Bar Association Guide to Approved Law Schools provides the data used in this edition of Judging the Law Schools. Search by School, State or other determining factors.
Over six-hundred thousand students like you are looking to find out what life on a college campus is really like. They want to know how well lectures are taught, how hard students work, and what they do on Saturday night. Get the gossip: 250,000 candid student quotes — See the sights: 2000 student photos — Find your school fast with our College Search Engine. Campusdirt.com provides a behind the scenes, in-depth look at campuses around the country.
Reviews and ratings by students for students of colleges and universities. 50,000 In Depth Reviews — 80,000 Campus News Article Clips — 11,000 Alumni reviewed majors.
Black Enterprise is proud to present the Top 50 Colleges for African Americans for 2009. Enter the virtual campus where you'll find valuable information for parents and students, including tips on saving for college using our 529 guide and scholarship listings. In addition, Black Enterprise's interactive list of colleges and universities can help you determine the best college for you.
Choosing a college means thinking about a lot more than just academic facilities and social amenities if you've got a disability. This may be your first opportunity to live independently. Will the support you need to live on your own be available? Personal assistance services? Accessible classrooms, transportation and living quarters? Adaptive sports? Will you be able to participate fully in campus life?
Academic excellence and Hispanic achievement lead the list of qualities evident in Hispanic Magazine's 2008 list of The Top 25 Colleges for Latinos. As in previous years, Hispanic Magazine looked for superior centers of higher learning where Hispanic students are thriving. The list includes some of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the country.
Mother Jones' 13th annual survey of the state of campus activism across the country. The result is the Top 10 ranking, a view of how the nation's students are reacting to issues of concern, and of what issues seem to be striking a chord on college campuses.
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