(PRWEB) July 26, 2011
CampusDiscovery.com announced today the launch of a college database containing information on thousands of colleges. Each school’s profile includes crucial information that students should consider when assessing their unique “fit” at a particular institution. The free searchable database is a key addition to the CampusDiscovery website; students can leave the website with a comprehensive understanding of colleges and campus characteristics.
CampusDiscovery.com was created to provide students with the inside scoop about particular colleges – based on survey responses from current and recent students. The new college database features proprietary reviews and commentary on schools that can help students develop their own opinions about colleges, instead of relying on the school websites or brochures.
However, peer reviews are not the only information students consider when researching colleges. Students consider a wide array of facts from academics and activities to location and cost. The new searchable database allows students to take all of these factors into consideration in one easy-to-use location.
Each school’s profile contains information about student life, campus setting, admissions, academics, financial aid, contact information, and proprietary reviews. This new addition makes the website a one-stop destination for students to check out the school’s information.
The searchable database is easy to use. It allows students to search schools by name, major, and state. Many filtering options exist to help searchers narrow down the schools they are exploring. Variables like 'college size,' 'college setting' and 'estimated total cost' can help refine searches to provide the best results.
In addition to offering the free database, CampusDiscovery.com offers a scholarship to current students or recent graduates of a U.S. college.
CampusDiscovery.com is part of the WiseChoice Education Network and is an affiliate of parent company WiseChoice Brands, LLC. CampusDiscovery.com has been collecting data since 2008, and has compiled surveys from over 127,000 students.