how do you know what colleges offer the best facilities/classes for what you want to major in
This is usually the hardest part when trying to select a college, and honestly the best way to find out what kind of facilities are available is to tour the college yourself. Most colleges are free tours, and sometimes you can even sit in an actual class to see the model method of teaching the school tries to uphold in every course.
mainstreetcm is right, but if the college you want to consider is out of town, then you can call the college and request a syllabus in the mail, and some booklets. Also, colleges have their own websites. You can go online and get photo slides and other info.
The only way to know if the college of your choice has the best facilities is to compare what it offers with other colleges, talk to some of the college alumni, and if possible, visit the campus yourself to check out the amenities first hand.
As far as classes are concerned, you should check the course curriculum of the degree programs ( http://www.stevenshenager.edu/programs ) you’re keen to pursue in great detail. You can also find out the qualifications and experience of the faculty to get a sense of the quality of education at the school.
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