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University at Albany 2012

University at Albany 2012

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University at Albany 2012

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Mar 15, 2011


College guides written by students for students.

University at Albany Students Tell It Like It Is

This insider guide to University at Albany in Albany, NY, features more than 160 pages of in-depth information, including student reviews, rankings across 20 campus life topics, and insider tips from students on campus. Written by a student at Albany, this guidebook gives you the inside scoop on everything from academics and nightlife to housing and the meal plan. Read both the good and the bad and discover if Albany is right for you.

One of nearly 500 College Prowler guides, this Albany guide features updated facts and figures along with the latest student reviews and insider tips from current students on campus. Find out what it’s like to be a student at Albany and see if Albany is the place for you.

Mar 15, 2011

Über den Autor

Name: Michelle Davis Hometown: Verona, N.J. Previous Contributors: Jessica Joseph

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University at Albany 2012

Albany, NY

Michelle Davis, Jessica Joseph

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How this all started...

When I was trying to find the perfect college, I used every resource that was available to me. I went online to visit school Web sites; I talked with my high school guidance counselor; I read book after book; I hired a private counselor. Sure, this was all very helpful, but nothing really told me what life was like at the schools I cared about. These sources weren’t giving me enough information to be totally confident in my decision.

In all my research, there were only two ways to get the information I wanted.

The first was to physically visit the campuses and see if things were really how the brochures described them, but this was quite expensive and not always feasible. The second involved a missing ingredient: the students. Actually talking to a few students at those schools gave me a taste of the information that I needed so badly. The problem was that I wanted more but didn’t have access to enough people.

In the end, I weighed my options and decided on a school that felt right and had a great academic reputation, but truth be told, the choice was still very much a crapshoot. I had done as much research as any other student, but was I 100 percent positive that I had picked the school of my dreams?

Absolutely not.

My dream in creating College Prowler was to build a resource that people can use with confidence. My own college search experience taught me the importance of gaining true insider insight; that’s why the majority of this guide is composed of quotes from actual students. After all, shouldn’t you hear about a school from the people who know it best?

I hope you enjoy reading this book as much as we’ve enjoyed putting it together. Tell me what you think when you get a chance. I’d love to hear your college selection stories.

Luke Skurman

CEO and Co-Founder

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College Prowler guidebooks are in the hands of students throughout the entire process of their creation. Because you can’t make student-written guides without the students, we have students at each campus who help write, randomly survey their peers, edit, layout, and perform accuracy checks on every book that we publish. From the very beginning, student writers gather the most up-to-date stats, facts, and inside information on their colleges. They fill each section with

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