ERIC Number: ED082670
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1973
Reference Count: 0
The Moton Guide to American Colleges with a Black Heritage.
Moton Consortium on Admissions and Financial Aid, Washington, DC.
This directory was conceived when the Moton Institute discovered there was no complete reference book listing colleges and universities with a black heritage. This guide provides a brief, yet comprehensive description of 103 colleges and presents facts and figures pertaining to these colleges. Following the section on how to use the directory, are more sections on what it takes to go to college, the academic and monetary requirements, and the preparations necessary to find the correct college for each student. Since there is so much involved in choosing a college, this directory was arranged to give as comprehensive a picture of college life as possible. Each college or university is listed alphabetically according to the first word in the formal name of the school. Listed under each institution are sections covering the character, campus, faculty, degrees offered, costs, financial aid, student activities, and who to contact for further information. The directory also presents a cross-reference table for locating details about each colleges. This document was published through the Technical Assistance Consortium to Improve College Services (TACTICS). (Author/PG)
Descriptors: Black Colleges, Black Education, Black Institutions, College Choice, College Environment, Directories, Higher Education
Moton Consortium on Admissions and Financial Aid, Suite 603, 2001 S Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20009
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Authoring Institution: Moton Consortium on Admissions and Financial Aid, Washington, DC.