About Best Choice Schools

Welcome to Best Choice Schools, the Internet’s premier online resource for obtaining the latest information relevant to making the right choice on selecting a college and academic degree program that meets your needs. Our mission is to share knowledge from hand-picked expert contributing authors on the nation’s top-ranked accredited, affordable colleges to aid in your quest for choosing the best education path that meets your career interests and goals.

Best Choice Schools has grown to become one of the leading free websites for helping college students and career changers in making one of life’s most overwhelming decisions. We have compiled comprehensive resources to narrow down the list of available on-campus and online colleges into those that are the best choice for each student’s unique concerns.

Within our website, you will find rankings and state listings by major of the highest quality degree programs based on your own criteria for success. Here you can also discover interesting featured articles, scholarships for financial aid, information about career opportunities, and answers to your pressing questions about choosing the best school and degree program. We are hopeful that our college resources will provide you with the guidance needed to make well-informed decisions as you embark on a successful journey into higher education.

Did you know?

Some interesting facts about going to college:

• When faced with the difficult decision of choosing from the many higher education options available today, many students make an impulsive decision. As a result, there are around 1.25 million transfers and 1.12 million dropouts nationwide annually.

• With only 14% of freshmen choosing to attend college 500 or more miles away from mom and dad, more than 37% selected a school that is no more than 50 miles away from their hometown.

• As 2.35 million college students enroll in U.S. institutions each year, statistics show that earning a degree is still worth it despite rising tuition costs. While individuals with a high school diploma earn an average of $651 each week, those with a bachelor’s degree make $1,108 and those with a master’s degree earn $1,329 weekly.

If you have any questions or suggestions on information you would like to see featured on our website, feel free to send us a message. We look forward to hearing from you!

Sources:

http://www.educatedrooster.com/content/infographic-42-fun-and-interesting-statistics-for-college-students
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/20-facts-you-didnt-know-about-college-freshmen/
http://www.bls.gov/emp/ep_chart_001.htm