Welcome to Collegee.net, your directory for Colleges. Here at Collegee, we want to help you find out anything and everything important to know about your College of interest. And, if we don't tell you everything you want to hear, we have links placed on the pages of this site meant to direct you to someplace that does. There are hundreds of great Colleges out there, and we want you to use our site to connect with your educational future.
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Each page on this site is dedicated to one specific College. On each of these pages, there will be information about all or a few of the following topics, depending on the College; a link to that College's homepage, a link to that College's application site, a list of professors, and some professor grading statistics.
How this Site Works:
At Collegee, we hope this information can help you learn just a little bit more about the important details, and find the links you need most. As you might expect, most College home websites will only tell you what they want you to know. Sure, it may be nice to know about the workout facilities, campus internet speed, or the convenience of the campus' layout, but you are probably looking to learn some more crucial information. That is why our pages are set up with only things you want to know, or should know about a school.
How to Search:
If you already know the College you want to apply for, but don't know where to apply, search for that College through our site. We will have links set up for you so you can get on your way to your higher education. If you're still comparing, you can use this site as a central hub from which you can start your search. Since we will include direct links to the websites for the Colleges we have listed, you can jump back and forth to compare and weigh your options.
What to Look for:
After a lot of consideration, you may find that certain attributes of a College are more important than you first expected, like driving distance, the age of the College itself, or even the surrounding community. After all, some Colleges have well developed facilities, but sit awkwardly in the middle of a small town. At the same time, you might find the College of your dreams is drowning in the hustle and bustle of a city so big it makes your head spin.
Some College towns or cities are family friendly, and perfect for young married couples. You may want to take a peek at your favorite internet map site to check out if there are parks and kid friendly facilities if you have young kids. If the College you are looking at is in a really small town, you may have to drive out of town just to catch a movie, go golfing, and a number of other things.
You have to choose your College carefully, so be sure to use the resources we offer so you can make the right choice the first time, and not have to transfer anywhere later.