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During your college search, you’ll most likely receive heaps of college brochures in the mail, your social media pages and favorite websites will be overrun with college advertisements, and you may even have emails from admissions offices stacking up in your inbox. With the constant barrage of information, it can be difficult to figure out where to start in your search for good colleges. You’re not only wondering about the best colleges in general, but what you really want to know is, “What is the best college for me?”
While the reasons for choosing a college will vary from one person to the next, there are four essential factors to look for during your search for the right college.