LiberalArtsColleges.com Releases Comprehensive Guide to Choosing a College

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College preparation site now provides resources to students, including a comprehensive guide to liberal arts colleges and advice on how to choose a college that best fits the student's goals.

Choosing a college

Choosing a College that Meets the Student's Goals

Our goal is to prepare students so they can find the right college at the right price.

LiberalArtsColleges.com, an online college preparation site, has compiled a comprehensive guide to choosing a college. This interactive guide is available online and offers essential information about colleges of all types. Students can narrow their search by region, student population, selectivity or cost of a college.

“In this difficult economic time, we’re seeing more high school students looking to get a college education. They understand the impact of a good education on long term career success,” says David Donohue, founder of LiberalArtsColleges.com. “These students need to evaluate all their options so they can make the best possible decision.”

Summers points out that there are more options for students today than in the past. Some college students are attending community college for the first couple years and then are transferring into the liberal arts college or state university of their choice. This approach can save the student money.

“Students need to evaluate all their options,” Donohue says. “They need to avoid wasting precious time and income on schooling that may not be right for them. Our goal is to prepare students so they can find the right school at the right price.”

This online guide provides more than statistics and college listings. The site offers current information and valuable links to resources that will help students not only choose the best colleges to meet their goals, but also to prepare for the college application process. This improves their chances of being accepted into the college of their choice.

“Students need to be thinking about more than just getting into any college,” Donohue reports. “They need to looking at factors like how much financial aid they can expect and if the college of their choice is the best launching pad for their specific career path.”

The interactive guide to choosing a college is free, as are the downloadable guides to paying for college and getting into the college of your choice.

About LiberalArtsColleges.com

The new website, LiberalArtsColleges.com, provides more than statistics and private college listings. The site offers current information and valuable links to resources that will help students not only choose the best colleges to meet their goals, but also to prepare for the college application process. This improves their chances of being accepted into the college of their choice. Students can learn more by visiting http://www.liberalartscolleges.com

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