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America's Best Kept College Secrets: An…

America's Best Kept College Secrets: An Affectionate Portrait of…

by Mr Peter L. Arango

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America’s Best Kept College Secrets is an affectionate profile of more than seventy colleges and universities across the country that share four important characteristics: 1. Each one is a superior institution- exciting, challenging and welcoming. 2. Each one has an excellent reputation and is highly regarded by those who know colleges. 3. Each one accepts more than 60% of applicants and retains more than 85% of enrolled students. 4. Each one is a college or university of quality interested in applicants from outside its region. This lively and informal guide offers an uncommonly candid appraisal of the college’s culture - what it feels like to live and work on each campus. Profiles include large universities, tiny colleges, comprehensive universities, liberal arts colleges, and institutes of technology.

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