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Where do I find college stats on the web?
If you're like most people, your first instinct is to turn to Google to begin your college search. Google will bring up numerous resources, but be cautious, not all websites are not created equal. Many college search websites will ask for your information before they allow you to search their website. Suddenly your inbox is filled with spam! That's right, many websites will sell your information. These websites are known as "lead generators." They are to be avoided at all costs. You should be able to search a website without entering your private information.
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The sites below are good starting points for your college search. You can search both sites without entering any personal info.
Trusted College Search Sites:
U.S. Department of Education's College Navigator is a free consumer information tool designed to help students, parents, high school counselors, and others get information about more than 7,000 colleges from the US Department of Educations' database.
The College Scorecard allows you to search colleges by selecting factors that are important in your college search, such as, programs or majors offered, location, and enrollment size.You can also use the College Scorecard to find out more about a college’s affordability and value so
you can make more informed decisions about which college to attend.