The 100 Best Colleges for African-American Studentsby Erlene B. Wilson
Applying to college is an exciting, challenging, and sometimes confusing process. African-American hopefuls face additional concerns that ordinary guides often fail to address. Based on a national survey and interviews with students and recent graduates, this updated and revised edition profiles social and academic environments for minorities at the top 100 American colleges. In an accessible style, The 100 Best Colleges for African-American Students alphabetizes and categorizes the colleges state by state. Basic information regarding tuition fees, SAT score averages, and the availability of scholarships is provided, as well as profiles on topics such as:
- Racial composition of faculties and student bodies
- African-American fraternities and sororities and other campus organizations
- Student comments on what campus life is like
- The amount of campus security available to students
- Accessibility of computers and on-line services
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