Where do you begin a college search?
When you research colleges, you’re going to want to find schools that will provide your teenagers with an excellent education and get them out the door in four years. But how do you even start such a daunting college search?
Scattered around my blog, I’ve written plenty about how to conduct a college search. I thought it would be helpful to compile the links to posts that can help you research colleges in one place.
Read this post to find 10 websites that can help you make your college search easier as you assemble a great list of colleges.
Read this post and you’ll discover COLLEGEdata, which is a fantastic college research tool.
Most students — or at least their parents — don’t want to attend school too far from home. Read this post to find the right colleges, which are often overlooked ones, in your region.
In this post I explain how you can use the federal College Navigator to find schools that offer particular majors at public and/or private schools in any part of the country.
This posts explains how you can get detailed information on thousands of colleges at CollegeInsight, which was launched by The Institute for College Access and Success.
You can learn a tremendous amount during a college visit but you need to make the most of the opportunity by asking the right questions.
Lynn O’Shaughnessy is the author of The College Solution and she also writes a college blogcollege blog for CBSMoneyWatch and another for US News & World Report. Follow her on Twitter.