653 Colleges with No Application Fees for 2022
I’ve updated the list of colleges with no application fees based on the Integrated Post-secondary Education Data System (IPEDS) and information from the Common Application. The IPEDS data is the fee charged for the previous
The EFC Chart: Understand How Much You’ll Pay for College
Troy Onink used to provide a Federal FAFSA EFC Chart until he passed away in 2018. His chart is still probably one of the most commonly found on the internet even though it’s from 2017-18.
Why? Because it all depends on how you define good colleges. And that’s the problem. How do you know what makes a college “good?” Are good colleges the ones where the good students go? After all, the colleges that admit only a small percentage of students with high GPAs and
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College Admission Resources
Planning on using a spreadsheet to track your college search? Why not save yourself time and have it loaded with the data you’re going to be copying from college search sites anyway? For $24, instead of copying information on SAT scores, admission rates, size, graduation rates, and so on for each college as you decide to include it in your search.
DIY College Rankings Softball Spreadsheet
Instead of spending tedious hours looking up the information for the colleges from multiple websites and entering it into a spreadsheet, you could already be filtering the information based on your personal requirements. For just $14 you can download a spreadsheet containing all four-year and two-year programs sorted into divisions for softball.
Starter Custom List
For families where finances are a concern, a Starter College List allows families to start addressing the tradeoffs between costs and other preferences. The advantage of a good Starter College List is that it can provide a variety of quality colleges to explore that meet some basic financial concerns.
Create the Perfect College list using this step-by-step guide to find the schools that are going to meet your student's academic, social, and financial needs.
50-50 College Listing
The 50-50 College Listing contains four-year colleges that accept at least 49 percent of their applicants and have at least a 49 percent four-year graduation rate for private colleges or at least a 49 percent five-year graduation rate for public universities.
DIY College Rankings Soccer Spreadsheet
Instead of spending tedious hours looking up the information for the colleges from multiple websites and entering it into a spreadsheet, you could already be filtering the information based on your personal requirements. For just $14 you can download a spreadsheet containing all four-year and two-year programs sorted into divisions for men's and women's soccer.