College Board


This collection consists of surveys created by the College Board and completed by Oakland Community College's Office of Institutional Research. Founded in 1900, the College Board is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to expand access to and promote excellence and equity in higher education. The Annual Survey of Colleges is a Web-based survey of nearly 4,000 accredited undergraduate colleges and universities in the United States. The survey collects information of use to high school students, parents, and school counselors about the characteristics of each college including: programs, costs, application requirements, and deadlines. This information then appears in each participating institution's College Search profile, and in a series of four college guidebooks published by the College Board. Annual Survey data is also used to compile educational statistics for the Trends in Higher Education Series of annual research reports.

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