Series: Peterson's Four Year Colleges

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Four Year Colleges 2004 by Peterson's2004
Four-Year Colleges 2007 by Peterson's2007
Four-Year Colleges 2008 by Peterson's2008
Four-Year Colleges 2009 by Peterson's2009
Four-Year Colleges 2011 by Peterson's2011
Four-Year Colleges 2012 by Peterson's2012
Four-Year Colleges 2013 by Peterson's2013
Four Year Colleges 2014 by Peterson's2014

Related tags


  1. College Handbook 2010 by The College Board (2009)
  2. The Best 377 Colleges, 2013 Edition by Princeton Review (2012)
  3. Profiles of American Colleges by Barron's Educational Series (1997)
  4. Colleges That Change Lives by Loren Pope (1996)
  5. The Graduate School Funding Handbook by April Vahle Hamel (1994)
  6. Book of Majors 2013: All-New Seventh Edition by The College Board (2012)
  7. Graduate Schools in the U.S. 2011 by Peterson's (2010)
  8. College Admission: From Application to Acceptance, Step by Step by Robin Mamlet (2011)
  9. Succeeding as an International Student in the United States and Canada by Charles Lipson (2008)
  10. Bears' Guide to Earning Degrees by Distance Learning by John Bear (1988)
  11. Two-Year Colleges 2009 by Peterson's (2008)
  12. Peterson's Graduate Programs in the Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences by Peterson's (1995)
  13. International Student Handbook 2014 by The College Board (2012)
  14. Looking Beyond the Ivy League by Loren Pope (1990)
  15. College.Edu: Online Resources for the Cyber-Savvy Student by Lisa Guernsey (1997)

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