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The last search engine is similar to the first, but also includes rankings, which issomething they will see a lot of later on.For the fill in table, they may have questions about the column that asks about admissionrequirements. If the search engine doesn’t give them this info, encourage them to fill inthe information in the first two columns, and then go back to the individual collegewebsite admission pages to find out about the requirements.Its really important for them to keep records of the colleges that interest them, since ahuge chunk of the next few months will be about generating a list of colleges that interestthem and that they can explore and narrow down to a useable list come summer time.I hope your students find this useful, and please feel free to give them the resource guideand get them to make notes of additional websites they find useful and can share witheach other. The more support and information they get, the more prepared they will benext year.Good luck!38
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Factors to Consider in Choosing a CollegeACADEMIC PACECOSTIntenseNeed-Based AidRelaxedMerit ScholarshipsMediumLoansWork-Study OptionsACADEMIC REQUIREMENTSFACULTY-STUDENT RELATIONSCore curriculumVery Close (lunches, office hours, teas)Distribution requirementsModerately Close (knows name, office time)No Required CoursesImpersonalGrades Optionalstudent per faculty ratio (12:1, 20:1)ATMOSPHEREGEOGRAPHIC LOCATIONLaid-backNortheastIntellectualSouthwestSocialMidwest‘Ivory Tower’NorthwestActively involved with communitySan Francisco Bay AreaSouthern CaliforniaATHLETIC FACILITIES & PROGRAMSCanadaState-of-the-Art FacilitiesOverseasNCAA Division IOtherNCAA Division IINCAA Division IIIOTHER LOCATIONSUnusual teamsUrbanNAIASuburbanIntramural SportsRuralClub TeamsNear OceanNear MountainsCAMPUSNear DesertCompact (small)OtherSpread out (large)Modern BuildingsINTERNSHIPSTraditional ArchitecturePaidCentral Meeting Place, student centersVolunteerResidentialFor CreditPart of CommunityAvailable in CommunityDistinct campus feelOff-Campus, through Alumni, out of stateCOMMUNITY SERVICEMAJORSOutreach ProgramsBusiness (economics)Campus ProgramsDrama/Dance/FilmNational organizationsMusic/ArtEngineering39
Liberal ArtsPRESTIGEInterdisciplinaryWell-known to family friendsCreate your ownNational reputationOtherNational Rankings, US News, etcPROMINENT FACULTYSTUDENT BODYFamous AlumniHomogenousAward Winning FacultyDiverseSingle SexRELIGIOUS TRADITIONLiberal/ConservativeJesuit, Jewish, Protestant, etcTolerantRequired ChapelCommunity Oriented/ActiveRequired religion courseMany students of same beliefCLASSROOMDiversity of beliefsClasses taught by faculty, TAsNo religious affiliationsmall classes, large classesstrict grading systemSAFETYmostly seminar style, lecture, hands-onTight securityindependent study optionsCampus escortsCrime free areaSIZEWell-lit area, emergency centerssmall (under 2,000)Drug and alcohol policies

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