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  • College Fair MELISSA BUSTOS PERIOD 5
  • College Questions1) DO ALL COLLEGES HAVE A FINANCIAL AID PROGRAM?MOST DO. YOU SHOULD CHECK WITH EACH COLLEGE Y O U R I N T E R E S T E D I N T O S E E W H AT T H E Y H AV E AVA I L A B L E F O R S T U D E N T S .
  • 2) What types of college degrees are there? Associates Degree Masters Degree Doctoral Degree Bachelors Degree3) What exactly are the degrees listed above? Associates Degree: Is typically a two-year degree awarded by community colleges, career schools, colleges, and universities. A person who earns an associate degree has usually earned about 60 college credits, which is equal to two years of coursework. In order to earn an associates degree, students must complete general education courses, core courses required for the college major, and elective courses.
  • Master’s Degree: A master’s degree is an advanced degreefollowing a bachelor’s degree. It usually takesless time to attain (one to two years, dependingif you’re a full-time or part-time student), butdemands a higher standard of knowledge anddedication than a bachelor’s degree.Doctoral Degree: Earning a doctorate could takeanywhere from two to five years, or even longer.You may be interested in pursuing a doctorate ifyou plan to work in a high-level profession, suchas a psychologist or college professor. A doctoral degree is a high-level degree that can follow a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Bachelor’s degrees :Are also referred to as undergraduate degrees. They require that you take a core of general education courses, including communications, humanities, math, science, and social sciences. Is the first degree a student can receive in his or her academic career, with the exception of the associate’s degree.
  • Scholarship Questions1) What exactly is a scholarship? A scholarship is a financial aid or grant given free to a student for various reasons that he/she can continue his/her schooling.2) Do I have to pay for a scholarship? No, Scholarships do not have to be paid back.3) If I don’t have a scholarship does it affect in any way my major? With no scholarship you won’t be given money that helps pay forcollege. Yes, it affects you in a way if you do not have the money to pay forcollege then you wont be able to study
  • 4) If I am not a strong writer, will I have to write an essay for everyscholarship I apply to?A majority of scholarship application processes demand some kind of essayto assess applicants writing skills, not all providers require one.Scholarships that don’t require essays are more competitive or haveguidelines to ensure the right student apply.5) How do scholarships work? Scholarships are designed to help students pay for college.Sometimes a scholarship is a one-time check. Some collegescholarships are renewable and provide money for students eachsemester or school year.6) How can I avoid losing my scholarship? If the scholarship is renewable, awards can be extended beyond initialaward year, in some cases, for your entire college career. Renewable usuallymeans that you still need to demonstrate or prove that you are a viablecandidate from year to year.
  • 7) How can I own a scholarship?A way is by creating your own, first step is by creating a website foryourself, creating your own content, and then set up a contributionmechanism.Youll need funding for at least four years, not just one. If you can showdonors that you are working hard and succeeding, they might be willing tohelp next year as well.
  • To Do List:1) If staying in a dorm, make sure you have all materials necessary for everyday, such as, computer, books, desks, bed, personal care products, etc.2) Because of all the expenses for college make sure to have a job .3) Make sure you have forms of transportation4) Make sure you have enough money to buy food and keep that brain of yours running :DExpense List (approximately):1) Groceries $ 100 per month2) Utilities $ 100 per month3) Phone $ 100 per month
  • Research Article:Title: Applications to Colleges Are Breaking RecordsAuthor: KAREN W. ARENSONPublished: January 17, 2008New York TimesSource:http://www.nytimes.com/2008/01/17/education/17admissions.html?ref=admissionsSummary:More students are applying to universities and colleges which means that there will be morerejections. The rise in applications at these three universities — Harvard, Princeton and theUniversity of Virginia — ended early admissions policies, which had allowed students to receivedecisions by mid-December, months ahead of others. The universities said early admissionsbenefited more students and required students to commit without being able to comparefinancial aid offerings from various colleges. The elimination of early admissions encouragedmore interest, that Harvard, Princeton and the University of Virginia drew “astonishing crowds.”I agree with what these collages have done because now there’s more students seeking to getinto these colleges and with more chances to apply for them there’s a chance of them getting ineven if they have the other option of rejecting them.
  • Income of college graduates vs high school graduatesCollege Graduates High School GraduatesMale Male$50,000 $30,000College Graduates High School GraduatesFemale Female$41,000 $24,000
  • Mean Annual Earnings of PopulationAge 18 and Over, 2008
  • Sources•1) http://www.usnews.com/education/best-colleges/paying-for-college/scholarships/articles/2010/08/02/8-tips-to-building-your-own-scholarship•http://www.finaid.org/scholarships/•http://www.collegeboard.com•http://www.collegeNET.com