5 Most Popular Free Downloads to Help You Find a College

Woman looking at Free Downloads to Help You Find a CollegeI know that not everyone is able to keep up with all of the information I post to the website. For the past six months or so I’ve been creating PDFs for some of the posts, usually those with lists of colleges but not always. In case you’ve missed them, I’m listing the five most popular posts based on their PDF downloads. And no, there isn’t any fee for downloading.

Articles with Most Popular Free Downloads

413 Colleges with Free College Application Fees
Pretty much what it says. These colleges either list no application fee or it can be waived if applying online.

What are Public Ivies?
A listing of public schools that have been named public ivies at one time or another.

4 Easy Steps to Find 212 Colleges for Potential Merit Scholarships
This is a mini-tutorial on how to do a search for merit scholarships using a spreadsheet. It is not a listing of the actual 212 schools.

50-50 Highlights: 41 Best Financial Bets for Public Universities
A list of public schools that accept at least 50% of students and have at least a 50% 5-year graduation rate where students may pay less based on average net price and institutional grants.

50-50 Highlights: 29 Private Colleges to Target for Financial Aid Opportunities
A list of private colleges that accept at least 50% of students and have at least a 50% 4-year graduation rate where a high percentage of student receive institutional grants and the average net price is less than $30,000.

For the past six months or so I've been creating PDFs for some of the posts, usually those with lists of colleges but not always. In case you've missed them, I'm listing the five most popular posts based on their PDF downloads.

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