The Best Southeastern Colleges: 100 Great Schools to Consider

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The Princeton Review, 2003 - Reference - 301 pages
Princeton Review's "national" college guide, The Best 345 Colleges, is one of the best-selling college admissions titles ever. We let the students speak for themselves and the results are sometimes hilarious, often provocative, and always telling. Now we are branching out with five brand new "regional" college guides that deliver the same kind of candid opinion and comprehensive information as our renowned Best 345 Colleges. There are more than 250 schools in these guides that are "extra" and do not appear in The Best 345 Colleges. We include all of the practical information students need to make an informed decision -- everything from admissions criteria to what kind of financial aid is available.

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