eBook Four-Year Colleges 2015, 45th Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 0768939194
  • ISBN-13: 9780768939194
  • DDC: 378.73
  • Grade Level Range: 9th Grade - 12th Grade
  • 1856 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2014 | Published/Released August 2014
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2014
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Peterson’s Four-Year Colleges 2015 is the trusted guide of high school guidance counselors, parents, and students. This valuable resource includes information on accredited four-year undergraduate institution in the United States and Canada (and many international schools)-more than 2,600 institutions in all. It also includes detailed two-page descriptions, written by admissions personnel, for more than 400 colleges and universities. College-bound students and their parents can access important information, including campus setting, enrollment, academic programs, entrance difficulty, expenses, student-faculty ratio, application deadlines, and contact information, as well as the most frequently chosen baccalaureate fields.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
A Note from the Peterson's Editors.
1: The Advice Center.
2: College Admissions Countdown Calendar.
3: Choosing Your Top Ten Colleges.
4: Surviving Standardized Tests.
5: Planning is Essential on the Road to College.
6: The Whys and Whats of College Visits.
7: Honors Programs and Colleges: Smart Choices for an Undergraduate Education.
8: Public and Private Colleges and Universities—How to Choose.
9: Distance Education—It's Closer Than You Think.
10: Why Not Women's Colleges?.
11: Applying 101.
12: The “Early Decision” Decision.
13: What International Students Need to Know About Admission to U.S. Colleges and Universities.
14: Financial Aid Countdown Calendar.
15: Who's Paying for This? Financial Aid Basics.
16: Middle-Income Families: Making the Financial Aid Process Work.
17: How to Use This Guide.
18: Institutional Changes Since Peterson's Four-Year Colleges 2014.
19: Profiles.
20: U.S. and U.S. Territories.
21: Alabama.
22: Alabama Agricultural and Mechanical University.
23: Alabama State University.
24: Amridge University.
25: Athens State University.
26: Auburn University.
27: Auburn University at Montgomery.
28: Birmingham-Southern College.
29: Brown Mackie College–Birmingham.
30: Columbia Southern University.
31: Concordia College Alabama.
32: Faulkner University.
33: Heritage Christian University.
34: Herzing University.
35: Huntingdon College.
36: ITT Technical Institute.
37: ITT Technical Institute.
38: ITT Technical Institute.
39: Jacksonville State University.
40: Judson College.
41: Miles College.
42: Oakwood University.
43: Remington College–Mobile Campus.
44: Samford University.
45: Selma University.
46: Southeastern Bible College.
47: South University.
48: Spring Hill College.
49: Stillman College.
50: Strayer University–Birmingham Campus.
51: Strayer University–Huntsville Campus.
52: Talladega College.
53: Troy University.
54: Tuskegee University.
55: United States Sports Academy.
56: The University of Alabama.
57: The University of Alabama at Birmingham.
58: The University of Alabama in Huntsville.
59: University of Mobile.
60: University of Montevallo.
61: University of North Alabama.
62: University of Phoenix–Birmingham Campus.
63: University of South Alabama.
64: The University of West Alabama.
65: Virginia College in Birmingham.
66: Virginia College in Huntsville.
67: Alaska.
68: Alaska Bible College.
69: Alaska Pacific University.
70: Charter College.
71: University of Alaska Anchorage.
72: University of Alaska Anchorage, Kenai Peninsula College.
73: University of Alaska Fairbanks.
74: University of Alaska Southeast.
75: Arizona.
76: American Indian College of the Assemblies of God, Inc.
77: Anthem College–Phoenix.
78: Argosy University, Phoenix.
79: Arizona Christian University.
80: Arizona State University at the Downtown Phoenix Campus.
81: Arizona State University at the Polytechnic Campus.
82: Arizona State University at the Tempe Campus.
83: Arizona State University at the West Campus.
84: The Art Institute of Phoenix.
85: The Art Institute of Tucson.
86: Brookline College.
87: Brookline College.
88: Brookline College.
89: Brown Mackie College–Phoenix.
90: Brown Mackie College–Tucson.
91: Chamberlain College of Nursing.
92: CollegeAmerica–Flagstaff.
93: DeVry University.
94: DeVry University.
95: Dunlap-Stone University.
96: Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University–Prescott.
97: Everest College.
98: Everest Online.
99: Grand Canyon University.
100: Harrison Middleton University.
101: International Baptist College.
102: ITT Technical Institute.
103: ITT Technical Institute.
104: ITT Technical Institute.
105: ITT Technical Institute.
106: Le Cordon Bleu College of Culinary Arts in Scottsdale.
107: National Paralegal College.
108: Northcentral University.
109: Northern Arizona University.
110: Penn Foster College.
111: Pima Medical Institute.
112: Pima Medical Institute.
113: Prescott College.
114: Southwest University of Visual Arts.
115: University of Advancing Technology.
116: The University of Arizona.
117: University of Phoenix–Online Campus.
118: University of Phoenix–Phoenix Campus.
119: University of Phoenix–Southern Arizona Campus.
120: Western International University.
121: Arkansas.
122: Arkansas Baptist College.
123: Arkansas State University.
124: Arkansas Tech University.
125: Central Baptist College.
126: Ecclesia College.
127: Harding University.
128: Henderson State University.
129: Hendrix College.
130: ITT Technical Institute.
131: John Brown University.
132: Lyon College.
133: Ouachita Baptist University.
134: Philander Smith College.
135: Southern Arkansas University–Magnolia.
136: Strayer University–Little Rock Campus.
137: University of Arkansas.
138: University of Arkansas at Little Rock.
139: University of Arkansas at Monticello.
140: University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff.
141: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences.
142: University of Arkansas–Fort Smith.
143: University of Central Arkansas.
144: University of Phoenix–Little Rock Campus.
145: University of Phoenix–Northwest Arkansas Campus.
146: University of the Ozarks.
147: Williams Baptist College.
148: California.
149: Academy of Art University.
150: Academy of Couture Art.
151: Alliant International University.
152: Allied American University.
153: American Jewish University.
154: American Musical and Dramatic Academy, Los Angeles.
155: American University of Health Sciences.
156: Antioch University Los Angeles.
157: Antioch University Santa Barbara.
158: Argosy University, Inland Empire.
159: Argosy University, Los Angeles.
160: Argosy University, Orange County.
161: Argosy University, San Diego.
162: Argosy University, San Francisco Bay Area.
163: Art Center College of Design.
164: The Art Institute of California–Hollywood, a Campus of Argosy University.
165: The Art Institute of California–Inland Empire, a Campus of Argosy University.
166: The Art Institute of California–Los Angeles, a Campus of Argosy University.
167: The Art Institute of California–Orange County, a Campus of Argosy University.
168: The Art Institute of California–Sacramento, a Campus of Argosy University.
169: The Art Institute of California–San Diego, a Campus of Argosy University.
170: The Art Institute of California–San Francisco, a Campus of Argosy University.
171: The Art Institute of California–Silicon Valley, a Campus of Argosy University.
172: Azusa Pacific University.
173: Bergin University of Canine Studies.
174: Bethesda University of California.
175: Biola University.
176: Brandman University.
177: Brooks Institute.
178: California Baptist University.
179: California Christian College.
180: California Coast University.
181: California College.
182: California College of the Arts.
183: California Institute of Integral Studies.
184: California Institute of Technology.
185: California Institute of the Arts.
186: California Intercontinental University.
187: California Lutheran University.
188: California Maritime Academy.
189: California Miramar University.
190: California National University for Advanced Studies.
191: California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo.
192: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona.
193: California State University, Bakersfield.
194: California State University Channel Islands.
195: California State University, Chico.