The U.S.News & World Report Ultimate College Directory 2005 includes all the latest data you need to know about the schools that you're considering from degrees offered and most popular majors to admissions information and critical deadlines; from the makeup of the student body and types of student organizations to total costs and financial aid available, including each school's rank in the latest U.S. News survey.
Featuring complete data on more than 1400 college and universities, The U.S.News & World Report Ultimate College Directory 2005 is the best source for the information students and parents need most. Equally important, it also includes the essential step-by-step guide to the often stressful process of choosing a college, getting in and finding the money, plus exclusive lists and indices to help compare the schools.
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Founded in 1933, Washington, D.C.-based U.S.News & World Report delivers a unique brand of weekly magazine journalism to its 12.2 million readers. In 1983, U.S. News began its exclusive annual rankings of American colleges and universities. The U.S. News education franchise is second to none. Its annual college and graduate school rankings are among the most eagerly anticipated magazine issues in the country.
Anne McGrath, the book's editor, is a senior writer at U.S.News & World Report, where she covers higher education as well as primary and secondary education. Previously, she was managing editor of "America's Best Colleges" and "America's Best Graduate Schools," the two U.S. News annual publications featuring rankings of the country's liberal arts colleges and universities.
Robert Morse is the director of data research at U.S.News & World Report. He is in charge of the research, data collection, methodologies, and survey design for the annual "America's Best Colleges" rankings and the "America's Best Graduate Schools" rankings.
Ulrich Boser is an associate editor at U.S. News & World Report, where he writes about higher education as well as primary and secondary education for the magazine's Science & Society section.
Sara Sklaroff is the education editor of U.S.News & World Report, where she manages the magazine's education journalism, both in the weekly magazine and in "America's Best Colleges" and other guides. She is also an editor of the magazine's weekly Science & Society section. Sklaroff has written for Education Week and the Chronicle of Higher Education, among other publications.
Brian Kelly is the executive editor of U.S.News & World Report. As the magazine's No. 2 editor, he oversees the weekly magazine, the website, and a series of monthly newsstand books. He is a former editor at the Washington Post and the author of three books.
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Book Description Sourcebooks, 2004. Book Condition: Good. 2nd. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP63084761
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