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Book Image Advising Student Athletes Through the College Recruitment Process : A Complete Guide for Counselors, Coaches and Parents
by Michael D. Koehler

Book Image And What About College? : How Homeschooling Can Lead to Admissions to the Best Colleges & Universities
Cafi Cohen

Book Image Bears' Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning
by John Bear, Mariah Bear

Bears’ Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning 15th Edition by John Bear, Ph.D., and Mariah Bear, M.A.

After 25 years this classic best-seller is still the resource for anyone looking to earn a degree in a nontraditional way. Since the last edition of BEARS’ GUIDE, the Internet has spawned hundreds of new distance-learning programs, both legitimate and phony. The 15th edition lists them all, expanding its coverage to over 3,000 schools. An improved subject index makes it even easier to identify which schools offer programs in desired fields. And for the first time, the Bears include an acceptability rating for every school’s degree, based on their extensive survey of college registrars and admissions officers. The best book on nontraditional education keeps getting better.

Book Image College Board Scholarship Handbook 2003, The
by The College Board

A trusted guide to over 2,300 scholarships, internships, and loan programs for undergraduates. The College Board Scholarship Handbook 2003, with an all-new scholarship search and test-prep CD-ROM, is the ideal resource for students and parents looking for alternatives to fund a college education. The guide provides complete and authoritative facts about more than 2,300 legitimate undergraduate scholarships, internships, and loan programs. It also contains numerous indexes to help counselors and students focus on appropriate awards and find up-to-date information quickly.

Book Image College Degrees by Mail & Internet
by John Bear, Mariah P. Bear

100 Accredited Schools That Offer Bachelor'S, Master'S, Doctorates, and Law Degrees by Distance Learning

Book Image College Financial Aid
Petersons Publishing

Three great books and one innovative CD, an invaluable collection at an affordable price for both parents and students. This kit contains: Financial Aid 101, Get A Jump! The Financial Aid Answer Book, Scholarship Almanac

Book Image Kaplan Scholarships 2003
by R. David Weber, Douglas Bucher (Introduction), Gail Ann Schlachter

Kaplan does the work for you. The scholarships in this book have been carefully selected. You won't waste time wading through $50 scholarships or ones that are tied to only one school. Each entry in Scholarships 2003 is worth at least $1,000, does not require repayment, and is not restricted to any one school.

Book Image Nelson's Complete Guide To Colleges & Universities For Christians
by Thomas Nelson Publishing

Nelson's guide offers over 1,000 listings of colleges and universities that are affiliated with a denomination, offer a religion (e.g. theology) major, or provide superior Christian organization(s) on campus. Chaplains, nearby churches, and other opportunities for ministry are also noted. A CD-ROM is also included with resume helps, categorical searches, and active links to each school's web page.

Book Image Peterson's Guide to Distance Learning Programs, 2003

Book Image Peterson's Scholarship Almanac, 2003

Book Image Students' Guide to Colleges : The Definitive Guide to America's Top 100 SchoolsWritten by the Real Experts--the Students Who Attend Them
by Jordan Goldman, Colleen Buyers

College guides are a must for any teenager trying to choose the right school. Unfortunately, most guidebooks are vague, boring tomes written by administrators and journalists, instead of the real experts–the college students that actually go there. Students’ Guide to Colleges is different. Entirely student-written and edited, this invaluable resource cuts through the cant with comprehensive listings of the vital statistics and requirements for America’s top 100 schools accompanied by three totally honest, fresh, fun-to-read descriptions penned by attending undergrads from different walks of life. Want to know how big classes really are? How rigorous the academics get? Or how greek or granola, chill or up-tight, homogenous or diverse, gay or straight, a campus really is? Lively, irreverent, and insightful, the Students’ Guide to Colleges is the only guidebook that offers multiple perspectives on each school and tells it like it is so that college applicants can make the best choice when deciding where they want to spend their college years.

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