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A look into how to stop hazingupdated: Thu Feb 09 2012 05:29:00

Walter Kimbrough, President of Philander Smith College, discusses the culture of hazing and how to stop it.

University of Florida suspends fraternity for 'serious physical hazing incident'updated: Thu Feb 09 2012 05:29:00

The University of Florida has temporarily suspended its chapter of the Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity after learning about a hazing incident involving fraternity members, a university spokeswoman said.

Lessons from famous college dropoutsupdated: Sat Dec 31 2011 14:24:00

A college degree can be an important gateway to employment, a career and a better standard of living. But a college degree does not equate to someone's level of intelligence or talent. For those seeking the best workers or leaders, there is a plethora of intelligent, inventive people without degrees who should not be overlooked.

CNNMoney: College graduation rates: Income really mattersupdated: Mon Nov 28 2011 15:10:00

It's getting more difficult for low-income students to climb the economic ladder as the college graduation gap between the rich and poor grows.

CNNMoney: College costs climb, yet againupdated: Sat Oct 29 2011 18:09:00

Although more Americans are getting help from scholarships and tax breaks, the net cost of college is eating up a higher share of the typical family's income in 2011, according to a report released Wednesday.

New dating site helps college students find loveupdated: Wed Jun 22 2011 10:04:00

Though they had perhaps crossed paths several times on campus, it was only when Andy Lalinde was scrolling through images of cute girls online that the one with brunette hair standing in some South American country caught his eye.

CNNMoney: Surging college costs price out middle classupdated: Mon Jun 13 2011 05:44:00

What do you get when college costs skyrocket but incomes barely budge? Yet another blow to the middle class.

A college education is your best betupdated: Thu Jun 09 2011 12:17:00

Investor Peter Thiel has generated attention by making some provocative claims about America's colleges and universities. Thiel has labeled U.S. higher education "a bubble in the classic sense," and believes that college degrees are "overvalued."

The most popular graduate degreesupdated: Fri Dec 31 2010 02:13:00

Attending graduate school is a big decision -- there's a lot of time, effort and money involved in earning an advanced degree. Yet despite the major commitment, the popularity of graduate degrees is on the rise.

College-educated more likely to marry, study saysupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 13:20:00

The gap between those who have a college degree and those who do not is widening -- this time when it comes to marriage.

Summit highlights community collegesupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 09:23:00

President Obama and Jill Biden emphasize the role community colleges play in the U.S. education system.

Two-year colleges lack services to reduce unplanned pregnanciesupdated: Thu Oct 07 2010 09:23:00

Months before its summit on community colleges Tuesday, the White House asked Americans to post on its website ideas for community college reform, and vote for their favorite idea.

Obama plans to boost community collegesupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 21:14:00

The president announces a movement to link the business sector with community colleges and other job training providers.

Obama's education plan draws fireupdated: Wed Oct 06 2010 21:14:00

It has gotten very little attention so far, but make no mistake: President Obama is pushing for an absolute paradigm shift in the role that community colleges will play in producing America's highly skilled workers of the future -- and not everyone is happy about it.

White House holds summit on cash-strapped community collegesupdated: Tue Oct 05 2010 09:48:00

Community colleges across the United States have seen enrollment figures jump by 24 percent over the past few years, as unemployed workers look to retrain at those institutions, which offer lower tuition compared to their four-year counterparts.

Fortune: Get a job, or go to grad school?updated: Mon Jul 26 2010 15:26:00

Dear Annie: I hope you can settle an argument. My parents are saying that with my college major (English), it will probably be hard for me to find a job when I graduate next spring. They want me to go straight to grad school and get a master's degree, which they say will make me more "marketable." (They are willing to foot the bill, which I do appreciate.)

Why subsidize wealthy college kids?updated: Tue Mar 09 2010 09:50:00

I mentor a student who is a senior in a low-performing high school. About 50 percent of the students at his school drop out, while less than 25 percent go to college. His parents didn't graduate from high school, and his father earns about $14,000 a year. His grade point average is good enough to qualify him for admission at a few University of California schools.

CNN Fact Check: How do California's hikes in college costs stack up?updated: Thu Mar 04 2010 16:52:00

Students and college professors in California and around the country protested Thursday over the drastic cuts imposed on cash-strapped state colleges and universities.

Contest win fuels fierce debate over raceupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 15:34:00

What does it mean when a white sorority wins a competition that African-American fraternities and sororities not only created but also consider an essential part of their cultural expression? It means an uncomfortable discussion about race, history, culture and inclusivity that is not black and white.

Step competition disputeupdated: Tue Mar 02 2010 15:34:00

Questions arise after an all-white team won a competition typically associated with African Americans. KNWA reports.

CNNMoney: Public college tuitions spike 15%, even 30%updated: Wed Feb 24 2010 11:42:00

Tuition at many public colleges and universities is skyrocketing, thanks to state budget deficits that have choked off funding for higher education.

CNNMoney: Ohio State is No. 1 - in president's payupdated: Mon Jan 18 2010 13:57:00

Ohio State University is No. 1 again, but not in football or basketball. For the second year in a row, the school's president was the highest paid public university executive in the United States, according to a study published Monday.

Fortune: Get a green job in two yearsupdated: Tue Nov 17 2009 06:07:00

Community colleges have long held second-class-citizen status in the world of higher education. But they've suddenly become top tier when it comes to one important thing: training for new green-economy jobs.

Obama: Community colleges can help boost ailing economyupdated: Tue Jul 14 2009 18:02:00

Community colleges are only two-year institutions, but the Obama administration says they could play a key role in helping boost the ailing economy for years to come.

Unemployed workers heading back to schoolupdated: Sun Feb 15 2009 11:11:00

Janice McFadden's story hardly stands out.

Fortune: Bill and Melinda Gates go back to schoolupdated: Wed Nov 26 2008 05:59:00

When Bill Gates gets worked up about something, his body language changes. He suspends his habit of rocking forward and back in his chair and sits a little straighter. His voice rises in pitch. Today the subject is America's schools.

CNNMoney: College costs riseupdated: Wed Oct 29 2008 17:16:00

The total cost of going to a private four-year college rose to $34,132 on average for the 2008-09 academic year, according to a report released Wednesday.

Commentary: Don't use SATs to rank college qualityupdated: Fri Oct 17 2008 12:40:00

A recent controversy at Baylor University has brought new attention to the widespread misuse of standardized college admission tests to rank the quality of America's colleges and universities.

Time.com: Hidden College Costs: Rising Fees updated: Tue Sep 09 2008 17:00:00

Compared to pricey private colleges, state schools can be a bargain. But extra fees are adding to the financial burden

Time.com: U.S. Colleges' Green Grade: C-updated: Sun Aug 24 2008 13:00:00

Campuses may be getting greener, but college curriculums are falling behind in teaching students the basics of global warming and sustainability

CNNMoney: Tips for minimum wage earnersupdated: Thu Jul 24 2008 16:11:00

The Federal minimum wage is increasing to $6.55 an hour today. But for most folks facing higher prices on everything from a gallon of milk to a gallon of gas, it's still getting harder to make ends meet.

More colleges move toward optional SATsupdated: Fri May 30 2008 11:33:00

Jen Wang of Short Hills, New Jersey, took her first SAT when she was in sixth grade, long before she would start filling out college applications.

Time.com: Wake Forest Drops SAT Requirementupdated: Tue May 27 2008 10:00:00

Wake Forest University will no longer require applicants to take the SAT and ACT exams, boosting a movement to lessen the importance of standardized tests in college admissions

Commentary: Tax-free hypocrisy from higher educationupdated: Fri May 16 2008 15:36:00

There is an industry in this country that is making billions in profit while average Americans are struggling to fill up their gas tanks.

Taking the kids: Exploring the heart of college countryupdated: Tue Mar 18 2008 10:58:00

Secretly, I'm congratulating myself.

Money Magazine: From six figures to student loansupdated: Thu Nov 15 2007 04:51:00

After nearly 20 years in the energy industry, Jay Mulki was earning a handsome six-figure salary and managing a department of 50 employees. But Mulki longed to work fewer hours and pursue another dream: to teach marketing at a university.

CNNMoney: College costs keep risingupdated: Mon Oct 22 2007 15:43:00

The average total cost of a private four-year college rose to $32,307 for the current school year, but the rate of increase has slowed compared to public school prices, according to a report released Monday.

Beijing '08 to recruit 300 Anglophonesupdated: Thu Aug 23 2007 23:08:00

Organizers of the Beijing Olympics are looking for a few good students.

Taking the kids: Touring college campusesupdated: Mon Jul 09 2007 00:59:00

Laurel Herter wishes she'd canceled the college tour trip as soon as she heard the dismal forecast.

Many American colleges balk at U.S. News rankings updated: Wed Jun 20 2007 16:34:00

If presidents of some of the nation's top liberal arts colleges get their way, they will no longer be included in the U.S. News and World Report's influential collegiate ranking system.

Fortune: Sallie Mae's private sideupdated: Mon Apr 30 2007 06:50:00

The lure for private-equity firm J.C. Flowers' $25 billion buyout of student-loan giant Sallie Mae may be its fast-growing and lucrative business providing private education loans -- loans that exi...

CNNMoney: Top colleges get more affordableupdated: Thu Mar 22 2007 11:20:00

A college education may be getting less expensive at some of the most prestigious schools.

CNNMoney: Highest paid college presidentsupdated: Mon Nov 20 2006 08:15:00

Running a university or college can make for 20-hour days and intense pressure to please a long list of factions from donors, board members and alumni to faculty, students and parents.

CNNMoney: Average college cost breaks $30,000updated: Tue Oct 24 2006 10:24:00

The average cost of a four-year private college jumped to $30,367 this school year, the first time the average has broken the $30,000 mark.

CNNMoney: College costs: Up, up and awayupdated: Thu Aug 17 2006 10:50:00

The cost of higher education looks like it's climbing ... again.

Who needs Harvard?updated: Sun Aug 13 2006 08:21:00

It's the summer before your senior year, and you're sweating.

CNNMoney: Healthcare, energy drive up college costsupdated: Tue Aug 08 2006 10:49:00

State university tuition has leaped 40 percent in the past five years, hitting the three out of four American college students who attend public universities.

CNNMoney: Healthcare, energy drives up cost of collegeupdated: Tue Aug 08 2006 08:25:00

State university tuitions have leaped 40 percent in the past five years, hitting the three out of four American college students who attend public universities.

CNNMoney: Dorms of the futureupdated: Thu Aug 03 2006 10:16:00

Solar-powered showers, biometric root beer dispensers and waterless urinals. The dorms of the future are already here.

Starting out youngupdated: Fri May 05 2006 07:17:00

While an MBA might be seen as the standard passport to big business success, increasing numbers of young students are now looking at a more direct route to the top: undergraduate business degrees.

CNNMoney: Professor paychecksupdated: Fri Jan 06 2006 16:03:00

NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) - A study released by the U.S. Department of Education this week found that full professors at four-year public colleges and universities earned an average of $89,001 in the academic year 2004-05.

CNNMoney: College president pay: The $million clubupdated: Fri Nov 11 2005 18:30:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - For the first time, compensation for private college presidents has broken through the million-dollar barrier.

CNNMoney: The 10 most expensive collegesupdated: Thu Oct 27 2005 05:57:00

Tuition at the most expensive four-year college is up only 2.7 percent from last year. But a small increase on an already big number is still gob-smacking.

CNNMoney: College costs going nowhere but upupdated: Mon Oct 17 2005 15:56:00

As nervous as college freshmen may be, their cash-strapped parents are probably trembling more.

Colleges across U.S. helping displaced studentsupdated: Wed Sep 07 2005 09:44:00

Colleges throughout the United States are accommodating students displaced by Hurricane Katrina.

The business of dorm decoratingupdated: Fri Aug 12 2005 09:28:00

Denim fashions may be all the rage this fall, but Erica Green cares more about dressing up her dorm room than dressing up herself. Green, an incoming junior at Goucher College in Baltimore, Maryland, plans to spend more than $500 on furnishings, from bright blue butterfly chairs and rugs to a TV-DVD combo unit.

CNNMoney: Goodbye, Perkins loan?updated: Tue Jul 12 2005 10:25:00

College students take note - your government loan options might be shrinking.

CNNMoney: Paying for collegeupdated: Tue Mar 29 2005 14:01:00

College acceptance letters are coming soon to a mailbox near you. In other words, it's about that time when parents and students begin to get nervous about the final step to the college application process: financial aid.

CNNMoney: The new math of college admissionsupdated: Mon Mar 28 2005 13:11:00

SALEM, Ore. (CNN/Money) - Here is a pop quiz:

CNNMoney: Buying into Harvardupdated: Wed Mar 23 2005 09:42:00

Congratulations, your kid did well on the SAT. But the girl next door did even better.

Money Magazine: Four Myths about College Costsupdated: Tue Feb 01 2005 00:01:00

THE COST OF A COLLEGE DEGREE continues to climb seemingly beyond the means of many families, rising far faster than incomes or inflation. Total expenses for the 2004-05 academic year shot up 7.8% t...

CNNMoney: Most expensive collegesupdated: Thu Oct 21 2004 17:54:00

Quick: What will $36,750 buy you?

CNNMoney: College costs spike againupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 17:37:00

NEW YORK (CNN/Money) - If only salaries would rise as rapidly - and as consistently - as college costs.

Getting out youth vote registers on campusesupdated: Mon Oct 18 2004 11:37:00

College students are expected to turn out in record numbers to vote in November's election. What you may not know is that it's against the law for colleges and universities to fail to encourage student voting.

Bush carries message to college studentsupdated: Wed Jan 21 2004 09:10:00

President Bush touted his domestic agenda in the key states of Arizona and Ohio on Wednesday, the day after he delivered an optimistic assessment of the state of the union.

Money Magazine: Welcome To The Bazaar Colleges across the country are competing for top students like never before. Their main weapon: cold, harupdated: Mon Oct 01 2001 00:01:00

The Nott's Memorial Building, dedicated in 1878 and named after Union College's former president Eliaphet Nott, looks like a gigantic 16-sided stone cylinder. This isn't as bad as it sounds once yo...

Fortune: 'I Have At Least Nine Jobs' What's it like to be president of the university at the heart of Silicon Valley? updated: Mon Oct 16 2000 00:01:00

College presidents seem increasingly beleaguered by their jobs these days, and no wonder. Unlike a corporate CEO, a university president has little formal power. He can't fire faculty, boss around ...

Money Magazine: Class Struggle Does it matter if you're white or black? From a rich family or a poor one? When it comes to college admissions, iupdated: Sun Oct 01 2000 00:01:00

Thomas Jefferson considered himself the father of the University of Virginia, and like any father he left a complicated legacy. "Our university is the last of my mortal cares and the last service I...

Fortune: Tapping the Last Big Labor Pool The right training programs can turn people in dead-end jobs, as well as the unemployed, into baupdated: Mon Sep 04 2000 00:01:00

It wasn't one of the usual explanations for a plant closing. In early May, Dana Corp. announced it was shutting down an injection-molding facility in Marine City, just northeast of Detroit, where s...

Fortune: Is Harvard Worth It? Conventional wisdom says yes. But with the price of a degree from America's most famous university and otheupdated: Mon May 01 2000 00:01:00

For America's high school seniors, April is the cruelest month. That's when colleges flood the postal system with news of who has won a place in next fall's freshman class. For more than a few fami...

Money Magazine: How To Apply Yourself To win a good college aid package, you may need to look beyond a high school adviser.updated: Wed Dec 01 1999 00:01:00

When Miles Rodriguez entered his senior year of high school, he naturally turned to his school counselor for advice on college. He soon found out that he was on his own. "The counselor didn't even ...

Money Magazine: The New Face Of Financial Aid You want your kid to go to a good school but you need a little financial help? Join updated: Thu Oct 01 1998 00:01:00

At 16, Katherine Haynie put together a car stereo and fell in love with audio engineering. So when she applied to college, she set her sights on the prestigious Massachusetts Institute of Technolog...

Money Magazine: THE INSIDE SCOOP ON GETTING INTO A SCHOOL COLLEGE ADMISSIONS OFFICERS TELL YOU WHAT'S MOST IMPORTANT IN AN APPLICATION--AND PROVupdated: Mon Sep 01 1997 00:01:00

Paying for your kids' college education is one thing. At least you can decide how to save your money and where to invest it. Getting them into the school of their dreams is an entirely different ma...

Money Magazine: TOP 10: WHAT MAKES THEM GREAT TO KNOW WHAT TO LOOK FOR IN A COLLEGE, CHECK OUT THE LEADERS OF OUR EIGHTH ANNUAL updated: Mon Sep 01 1997 00:01:00

The students shown here are revving up their minds and muscles at Caltech, ranked by MONEY as America's best college buy for the second straight year. Like other schools that earned a place in our ...

Money Magazine: MONEY'S GUIDE TO 1,115 COLLEGES THE DETAILED INFORMATION IN THESE LISTINGS CAN HELP YOU PINPOINT THE RIGupdated: Mon Sep 01 1997 00:01:00

This 19-page list provides basic information on 1,115 four-year colleges and universities. It excludes most schools that didn't qualify for the analysis that determined our best-buy ranking, as exp...

Fortune: COLLEGE COSTS DON'T HAVE TO BREAK YOU PARENTS EVERYWHERE ARE PANICKED ABOUT SOARING COLLEGE COSTS, BUT Uupdated: Mon Dec 23 1996 00:01:00

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Money Magazine: THE SMARTEST WAYS TO INVEST FOR COLLEGE TODAY ONE OF THESE STRATEGIES CAN HELP YOU PAY THE BILLS, WHETHER YOUR CHILDREN ARE READupdated: Sun Sep 01 1996 00:01:00

No matter how long parents have known their children will go to college, most are caught unprepared for the cost. According to a recent survey of 1,062 parents conducted for MONEY by ICR Survey Res...

Money Magazine: A QUICK LOOK AT THE TOP 10 THE COLLEGES THAT LEAD OUR VALUE RANKINGS PROVIDE THE BEST EDUCATION IN AMERICA FOR THE updated: Sun Sep 01 1996 00:01:00

Our top 10 colleges share this critically important characteristic: Compared with schools of similar quality, they cost the least. The winners range in price from tuition and fees of $18,216 at No....

Money Magazine: THE CASE FOR GOING BACK TO GRAD SCHOOLupdated: Wed May 01 1996 00:01:00

LAST JANUARY, THREE years into her career at Sun Microsystems, Aphrodite Aujero realized that she had to relive a bit of her past to have the future she wanted. An engineering change-order analyst,...

Money Magazine: CUT COLLEGE COSTS IN HALF--OR MORE SCHOOLS ARE MORE WILLING THAN EVER TO BOOST FINANCIAL AID OFFERS. HERE ARE updated: Sun Oct 01 1995 00:01:00

Parents of college-bound kids usually focus their attention on ever-rising tuitions. For instance, costs are up another 6.5% for the 1995-96 academic year, to an average of $10,333 at private schoo...

Money Magazine: TOURING THE TOP 10 TEN BEST ALL OFFER STUDENTS SOMETHING SPECIAL--FROM INDEPENDENCE AT NEW COLLEGE TO GREAT updated: Tue Sep 05 1995 00:01:00

Seven of money's 10 best college values are public schools, up from six a year ago. This is great news for students who live in the same states as these schools, because their families will pay bar...

Money Magazine: SMART MOVES FOR LATE STARTERS THESE TIPS--VALUABLE FOR ALL ASPIRANTS--CHART A SHORTCUT TO SUCCESS FOR HIGH updated: Tue Sep 05 1995 00:01:00

As students begin their senior year of high school, most parents think that their kids are already lagging behind in the college admissions game. (If your child is savvy enough to want to get an ea...

Money Magazine: MONEY'S GUIDE TO 1,049 COLLEGES USE THE INFORMATION IN THESE LISTINGS TO CLOSE IN ON LEADING FOUR-YEAR SCHOOLS updated: Tue Sep 05 1995 00:01:00

IF YOU'RE LOOKING FOR HELP IN DECIDING WHICH OF THE nation's thousands of colleges would be best for your child, welcome. The 20-page list starting on page 71 gives basic information on 1,049 leadi...

Money Magazine: STUDENTS TELL WHAT MAKES A COLLEGE GREAT OUR POLL SHOWS COLLEGE KIDS PREFER SMALL SCHOOLS AND CLASSES--AND updated: Tue Sep 05 1995 00:01:00

WHAT MAKES A COLLEGE great? To parents it's a school that delivers top-quality education at reasonable cost, such as one of this MONEY Guide's top 100 values (see page 14). To students, however, a ...

Money Magazine: HOW TO SHOP FOR A GREAT DEAL SCHOOLS ARE MORE WILLING THAN EVER TO BOOST THEIR FINANCIAL AID OFFERS. HERE ARE updated: Tue Sep 05 1995 00:01:00

To celebrate his acceptance by Stanford University last spring, 18-year-old Jeremy Brown, pictured at left, exuberantly climbed a tree. But the high lasted only until he let himself face financial ...

Fortune: DON'T LET COLLEGE COSTS RAIN ON YOUR RETIREMENT THE $150,000 NIGHTMARE FACING EVERY PARENT IS HOW TO GET JUST updated: Mon Jul 24 1995 00:01:00

Ever wake up in the wee hours with your mind churning along the following lines: Your kids are now how old? Boy, college isn't that far off. Assuming an annual inflation rate of 3% or 4%, within te...

Fortune: FINALLY, COLLEGES START TO CUT THEIR CRAZY COSTS MOST SCHOOLS HAVE HIT THE WALL ON TUITION INCREASES. SO THEY ARE updated: Mon May 01 1995 00:01:00

OKAY, Michael Hammer, how do you handle this one? Here's a line of business whose customer base is shrinking. Rivals battle for market share by offering deep discounts. If they hold the line on pri...

Money Magazine: Why PRIVATE SCHOOLS ARE RARELY WORTH THE MONEY Forget the myth that private schools are the best. Our survey shows many public supdated: Sat Oct 01 1994 00:01:00

With prep school costs running nearly as high as the $26,000 a year that Ivy League colleges command these days, most families who send their kids to private or parochial schools must sacrifice new...

Money Magazine: Avoid These Hidden Money Traps Helpful advice for your college search from our exclusive poll of studentsupdated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

As you and your son or daughter search for the right college, keep these surprising facts in mind: -- While most college students today are happy with their schools, undergraduates at colleges with...

Money Magazine: Inside the Top 10 A close look at the schools that offer the best deals reveals an array of academic and social stylupdated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

Our 10 top college values have one thing in common: All of them are bargains when compared with schools of similar quality. Beyond that, they are extraordinarily different, so when you choose among...

Money Magazine: MONEY's Guide to 1,010 Colleges By comparing the vital data in these listings, you can home in on the school updated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

Need some help in deciding which of the nation's thousands of colleges would be best for your child? You've put yourself in good hands. The 21-page guide that begins at left provides basic informat...

Money Magazine: How to Cut Your Costs Here are top money-saving strategies for students of all abilities and aspirations, updated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

If you think you can cut your child's college bills only by being needy enough to qualify for financial aid, you're in for a pleasant surprise. There are many other means of slashing thousands of d...

Money Magazine: Commuter Schools Worth a Lookupdated: Fri Sep 16 1994 00:01:00

Here's a surefire strategy that can cut your college costs as much as 60%: Have your child live at home and enroll at a local college. That will eliminate room and board expenses of as much as $7,0...

Money Magazine: THE COLLEGE ADMISSIONS CALENDAR Plot your path to the school of your choice.updated: Wed Sep 15 1993 00:01:00

The process of choosing and applying to colleges actually begins when your daughter or son enters high school. This calendar -- written from your child's perspective -- will help him or her organiz...

Money Magazine: The 10 Best College Buys in America Presenting our fourth annual ranking of the schools that give you the most updated: Wed Sep 15 1993 00:01:00

With four years at the most expensive colleges now costing more than $100,000, making sure you get the most for your education dollar is more important than ever. Our 10 best college buys aren't ne...

Money Magazine: MONEY's College Value Rankings Here is our honor roll of four-year colleges. All are bargains when their prices updated: Wed Sep 15 1993 00:01:00

Drumroll, please. MONEY's fourth annual ranking of 989 leading colleges and universities has identified New College of the University of South Florida as America's best college buy. It edged out Ri...

Money Magazine: MONEY's guide to 1,003 collegesupdated: Wed Sep 15 1993 00:01:00

You've come to the right place to size up schools. On the following 20 pages, we provide basic statistics for 1,003 public and private four-year colleges and universities that welcome students with...

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