In the United States, college can be a critical engine of mobility--yet different schools lead to vastly different outcomes. This project explores how students decide which colleges to apply to. We use a modified incentivized resume rating approach to elicit preferences over different school characteristics and measure beliefs about application success. We ask students about the costs they face and their expected application behavior. We hope the evidence from this survey will allow us to understand how students choose which schools and what obstacles prevent low-income students from attending the highest mobility colleges.