This page links to all Tennessee related college resources on the website. The best place to start is Help Me Find a College: Tennessee. If you have any suggestions, please let me know.
50-50 Colleges in Tennessee
Tennessee Related Posts
Most expensive colleges for high income families--and some alternatives to consider
It may be too late for parents of high school sophomores and juniors to dramatically increase their savings for colleges but it's not too late to pay significantly less to send their kids to college. The reason is that few people pay the actual sticker price for college. However, parents with little to no financial need can find themselves coming...
50-50 College Highlights: Virginia Tech, Belmont University, and Albion College
Virginia Tech undergraduates have multiple opportunities for undergraduate research including the Virginia Bioinformatics Institute Undergraduate Scholars Program, summer research at the University of Cape Coast in Ghana, and the Macromolecules and Interface Institute. The College of Liberal Arts and Human Sciences maintains a list of research op...
50-50 Highlights: Michigan State University, Goucher College, and Sewanee-The University of the South
First-year students at Michigan State University can take Freshman Seminars Abroad the summer before they start at the University. Locations have included China, Italy, and South Africa. Each year, 200 eligible freshman in the Honors College are appointed to the Professorial Assistantship Program to work with faculty related to research or innovati...
50-50 Highlights: Rutgers University, University of Tennessee, and Otterbein University
The Byrne-Aresty Program at Rutgers University in New Jersey offers students the opportunity to take a seminar that takes students from the classroom into labs, archives, and the field. The Aresty Research Center provides research assistantships to undergraduates as well as a summer science program and a scholars program. The Center for Urban Entre...
50-50 Highlights: University of Arizona, Rhodes College, and University of Nebraska
The University of Arizona offers students the chance to work on research projects with faculty in the Engineering Research Center for Environmentally Benign Semiconductor Manufacturing. Students interested in Biology Research can apply to the Undergraduate Biology Research Program and spend the summer employed in labs. The Summer Research Institute...
50-50 Profile: Belmont University
50-50 College profile for Belmont University including graduation rates and financial aid information.
50-50 Profile: King College
50-50 College profile for King College including graduation rates and financial aid information.
50-50 Profile: Rhodes College
College profile for Rhodes College including graduation rates and financial aid information.
50-50 Profile: Sewanee-The University of the South
50-50 College profile for Sewanee-The University of the South including graduation rates and financial aid information.
50-50 Profile: Union University
50-50 College profile for Union University including graduation rates and financial aid informatio
50-50 Profile: University of Tennessee
50-50 College profile for the University of Tennessee including graduation rates and financial aid information.
Talking About College Graduation Rates
If college graduation rates were high school graduation rates, every politician, pundit, and policy wonk would be in the mainstream media talking about the crisis of college dropouts and devising ways to tie faculty evaluation to student graduation. Not that such an approach is the answer, ahem, Texas. After all, given the situation with high sch...
Tennessee College Resources
This page links to all Tennessee related college resources on the website. The best place to start is Help Me Find a College: Tennessee. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. 50-50 Colleges in TennesseeTennessee Related Posts
What You Need to Know About Tennessee Colleges
Resources to help families find a college in Tennessee. Includes a list of all Tennessee colleges with ACT/SAT scores, admission rates, and graduation rates.
Which States Have the Most Students Sending Test Scores to the NCAA?
If you're trying for an NCAA D1 or D2 athletic scholarship, you're going to have to send your SAT or ACT scores to the NCAA Eligibility Center.? Both the ACT and SAT have state reports that list the top destinations for score reports for each state. In general, these destinations are colleges but also includes some scholarship programs such as th...