Choosing a college is one of those monumental life decisions that will determine your future in a variety of ways. College Choice offer numerous free online resources to help you in your college search, including our unique student-centered college rankings, admissions advice, scholarship and financial aid information, and much much more. Here you will find the information you need to find, get into, pay for, and thrive in the best college for you.
Rankings can be helpful for identifying the best colleges out of the thousands of schools out there. But be aware that not all college rankings are the same, and they’re only as good as the methodology behind them. Unlike other popular college rankings on offer, our College Choice Rankings are the only college rankings based entirely on what actual students say is most important to them in making their college decision.
The Right Choice
While rankings can be a useful starting point in the college search, there are many other considerations that should be taken into account when making a college decision. Should I choose a small liberal arts college or a large research university? Is a traditional brick-and-mortar college best for me, or should I consider earning my degree online? You can find answers to some of the most frequently asked questions about choosing the right college on our College Choice FAQ page.
Once you’ve decided on which college or colleges you’re interested in going to, there’s still the question of getting accepted. Don’t worry, we’ve got you covered! Check out our Admissions FAQ page for answers to the most frequently asked questions about applying to and getting in to the college of your choice, as well as how to pick the major that best fits your personality and plans for the future.
Paying For It
Now that you’ve made your college choice and gotten accepted to the college of your dreams, head over to the Financial Aid FAQ page for everything you need to know about finding the money to make your dream a reality. We’ve got answers to all the most common questions about scholarships, grants, loans and other ways to finance your college career.
You’ve made your choice, gotten accepted, and figured out how to pay for it. Now it’s time to live the college life! Check out our College Life FAQ for answers to your questions about dorms, off-campus living, roommates, budgeting, jobs, summer school and more.
A graduate degree can take your life and career to new heights, but it isn’t for everyone. Is grad school a good idea for you? What should you study? How do you apply? Find answers to questions like this through our Graduate School FAQ page.
Most people go to college in the hopes it will prepare them for a career. Our Career FAQ page offers guidance about networking, finding internships, creating a resume, and nailing that interview to help you find and land the job you want.