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  • 1. College Research Project<br />By Terra Colclasure <br />H-English Final<br />
  • 2. Used 2001 Ford Ranger for only $2950 <br />Fuel Type Regular<br /> Gas Mileage<br /> MPG (city) 18<br /> MPG (highway) 23<br /> Annual Fuel Cost: $1935<br />Tires<br /> Michelin LTX m/s <br />Set of 4 tires: $440<br />Oil Changes: $4 per quart. Ford Ranger takes 5 quarts. Every 5,000 miles. $20 an oil change.<br /> <br />
  • 3. Insurance $1430 total for one year<br />
  • 4. 2004 Ford Sport Track $11,995 <br />Auto, Full Power, Fully Loaded, Power Door Locks, Power Steering, Power Brakes, Cruise Control, ABS Braking, Dual Air Bags, Alloys Great prices<br />16 mpg on street<br />21 mpg on the high way<br />Tires: Michelin Latitude Tour, $148 per tire. $592 total amount for tires.<br />4.0 liter engine with 22mm oil filter, Oil Changes: $4 per quart. Takes 5 quarts. Every 5,000 miles $20 an oil change<br />MPG (city) 14 <br />MPG (highway) 19<br />Cost to drive 25 miles $4.03<br />Annual Fuel Cost $2419<br />
  • 5. Insurance<br />$1600 total cost each year. <br />
  • 6. Saleen s7Manufacture Saleen<br /><ul><li>Price when first came out: $395,000
  • 7. Price now: $580,000
  • 8. Manual
  • 9. 2 front tires: $824
  • 10. 2 back tires: $1,080
  • 11. Total cost for tires: $1904
  • 12. Insurance: around $10,00 a yearly
  • 13. It is an aluminum 750 hp 7.0-liter V8 twin turbo. (very fast)
  • 14. 12.6 quarts of royal purple oil at 7.99 a quart.
  • 15. High Way: 18.0 mpg
  • 16. City: 11.00 mpg
  • 17. Annual Fuel cost: $3020</li></li></ul><li>0-60 mph in 3.9 seconds!!<br />She’s Beautiful <3<br />
  • 18. Difference Between college grant and college loan<br />A grant is "Free money" that does not need to be repaid upon completion of enrollment.<br />A loan is Funds that are advanced to you by a governmental or private lender, to be repaid (or possibly forgiven) after graduation. <br />
  • 19. Nevada State College<br />
  • 20. Nevada State College<br />Public<br />Four-year<br />Undergraduate <br />Nevada State home of the Scorpions <br />Black andGold <br />Nevada State College is located on a 509-acre site in, Henderson Nevada a family-friendly community just 15 miles from the world-famous Las Vegas Strip. The population of Henderson is 260,161 people. <br />Administration address: admissions@nsx.nevada.edu<br />At least a 2.00 GPA is required to graduate<br />There is no official place to go to get academic help. You just ask teachers and other students if they can help. <br />No school offer job placement upon graduation. <br />
  • 21. 97% In-state students<br />3% Out-of-state students<br />21% Part-time students<br />69% Women<br />31% Men<br />Race Percent White 48% <br />Black 9% <br />Hispanic 15% <br />Asian 13%<br />American Indian 1%<br />Unknown 13%<br />9% in top 10th of graduating class<br />24% in top quarter of graduating class<br />62% in top half of graduating class<br />3% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher<br />9% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and 3.74<br />11% had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and 3.49<br />16% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24<br />34% had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and 2.99<br />26% had h.s. GPA between 2.0 and 2.49<br />1% had h.s. GPA between 1.0 and 1.99<br />
  • 22.
  • 23. Tuition <br /> Living on-campus living at home<br />In-state tuition and fees: $3,260 $3,260<br />Out-of-state tuition and fees: $ 12,524 $12,524<br />Off Campus Room and board $3,970- $9,220 <br />Books and supplies: $1,300 $1,300<br />Estimated personal expenses: $2,220<br />Transportation expense: $3,700<br />Nevada State Does not offer Campus Housing<br />4 years tuition: $41,920 not including living expenses.<br />
  • 24. Majors<br />My first choice as a major in this school would be Business and Management. This school allows me to achieve a Bachelor’s degree in business and management. Nevada State has a bachelor of science in Business. (BS) Business And Management has an average salary of around $40,000 - $60,000<br />My second choice as a major would be in Criminal Justice (Bachelor of Applied Science). Criminal Justice has a average salary of $45,000 a year.<br />Internships:<br />  NSC nursing students helped organize a health fair for Las Vegas-area refugees. School of education students developed lesson plans and led writing workshops for area schoolchildren as part of a class assignment. And several students in the Business Program contributed research to the Global Text Project, a world-wide effort to develop electronic textbooks for free distribution in third-world countries. <br />Changing Majors<br /> A signature from the student’s current adviser and approval from the new major department are needed to complete this form. After all signatures have been obtained, turn the form into the Office of the Registrar for the official change. Processing time: two weeks from receipt of completed form.  <br />
  • 25. Online and Regular Application Process <br />Pay the $30 non-refundable application processing fee. <br />If applicable, send all official transcripts from each institution attended. Also you are required to have fulfill our A-G requirements.Once the Office of Admissions has a completed application which consists of all of the above mentioned three items, your application will be processed and a decision will be mailed to you within 3-4 weeks. <br />
  • 26. Freshmen's Last Year<br />Group Applicants Accepted Percent Enrolled Percent <br />AcceptedofAccepted<br /> Enrolled<br />Total 851 682 80% 203 30%<br />Men 246 201 82% 65 32%<br />Women 605 481 80% 138 29%<br />
  • 27. Scholarships<br />Wells Fargo Bank. The bank will award $10,000 for qualified students pursuing a degree in business. This scholarship will afford $5,000 per year for two students.<br />NSC Scholarships: Nevada State College scholarship funds are awarded to students based on merit and/or need depending on 45 the source of the funds. The student is required to have a specific GPA to receive and keep scholarship awards. In order to be considered for NSC scholarships, students should complete the NSC Scholarship and Grant-In-Aid<br />As right now I would apply for the Wells Fargo scholarship if I wanted to major in business. This College does not have a lot of scholarships to give. But from now to graduation I just need to keep my grades up high and could also go for the NSC grant. <br />
  • 28. Social Activities; Clubs <br /> American Sign Language Club<br />Asian & Pacific Islander Coalition<br />Astronomy Club<br />Belly Dancer Society<br />Black Student Organization (BSO)<br />Blue Marble<br />Dead Poets Society<br />Nevada State Latino<br />Paintball Club<br />Pre-Professional Club<br />Student Nurses Association<br />Thespian Club<br />Women Making a change<br />Young Democrats<br />
  • 29. North Carolina State University <br />
  • 30. North Carolina State University<br />Public<br />Degrees offered: <br />Certificate<br />Associate<br />Bachelor’s<br />Master’s<br />Doctoral<br />Mascot: Wolf pack<br />School Colors: Red, white and black <br />Located in Raleigh North Carolinas capital. (population 392,552 people) <br />Admissions e-mail address: admissions@ncsu.edu<br />In order to graduate you need a c- in every class or higher. So the GPA would be an 2.0 or higher.<br />This School does not offer job offers just the degree that will give you the offers.<br />The University of North Carolina offers online programs and courses from the 16 campuses of the UNC system. UNC Online offers a diverse array of online programs and courses that is growing every semester.<br />
  • 31. Demographics<br />1% American Indian/Alaskan Native<br />5% Asian/Pacific Islander<br />8% Black/Non-Hispanic<br />3% Hispanic<br />76% White/Non-Hispanic<br />3% Non-Resident Alien<br />4% Race/ethnicity unreported<br />Total undergrads: 25,255<br />First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 4,772<br />Degree-seeking undergrads: 23,361<br />Graduate enrollment: 8,564<br />19,000 applications applied and only 55% got enrolled. So 45% of students didn’t get accepted<br />
  • 32. Admissions information<br />  Middle 50% of First-Year Students Percent WhoSubmitted Scores <br />SAT Critical Reading: 520 - 620 <br />SAT Math: 560 - 660 <br />SAT Writing: 510 - 610 <br />ACT Composite: 23 – 28<br />91% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher<br />6% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and 3.74<br />2% had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and 3.49<br />1% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24<br />
  • 33. Tuition<br /> living on campus living at home commuting<br />In-state tuition and fees: $5,474 $5,474 $5,474<br />Out-of-state tuition and fees: $17,959 $17,959 $17,959<br />Room and board: $7,966 $3,058 $7,982<br />Books and supplies: $950 $950 $950<br />Estimated Personal expenses: $1,450 $1,450 $1,450<br />Transportation expense: $874 $1,150 $1,150<br />4 years total Tuition: $21,896 <br />Not living at home<br />
  • 34. Social Activities <br />Alpha Phi Omega, <br />Baptist Student Union of Afro-American Culture<br />YMCA<br />Campus Crusade for Christ<br />Circle-K<br />International student board<br /> Young Democrats<br />Young Republicans<br />Society of Afro-American Culture<br /> YMCA<br />Radio station <br />Sororities <br />Fraternities <br />Student government <br />Student newspaper <br />Symphony orchestra<br /> Television station  <br /> Yearbook<br />
  • 35. Majors<br />My first choice in majors would be in Business Administration. (B.S.) Business Administration offers internships in the summer. Vary in companies. I can become part of any business with an Annual Salary $63,000-$88,000.<br />My Second choice in majors would be in Accounting. (B.S.) Accounting offers internships in the summer. Vary in companies. I can become an accounting manager with an Annual Salary $60,000- $83,000.<br />To change Majors you have to fill out a form then bring it to the front office. You can change any major within ever semester.<br />
  • 36. My Degree Requirements<br />Requires completion of 18 credit hours. <br />Students must earn at least a 2.0 GPA in their Business Minor coursework to be certified for a Minor. <br />Students may not take Minor coursework on a credit only (pass/fail) basis. <br />No more than six (6) hours of transfer credit can be counted toward minor requirements. <br />The Office of Undergraduate Programs must approve any transfer credits taken toward the minor. <br />
  • 37. Scholarships<br />Scholarship opportunities: <br />Park Scholarship Program - Prestigious, competitive academic scholarship program for studentswho demonstrate exceptional academic ability, exemplary character, and exceptional potential in leadership and service. 4 year scholarship that covers almost all expenses; approximately 50 awarded each year. Caldwell scholarships: awarded at end of freshmen year for 3 years covering most expenses. <br />General Hugh Shelton Leadership Initiative Scholarship - Competitive academic scholarship program to promote the mission of the Shelton initiative, "to inspire, educate and develop value-based leaders committed to personal integrity, professional ethics, and selfless service." <br />Chancellor's Leadership Scholarship – Program for students with demonstrated leadership potential, academic achievement, personal talents, unique work or service experience, and financial need. Applicants should demonstrate an understanding and appreciation of diversity.<br />Goodnight Scholarship - The Goodnight Scholarship provides funding to cover the cost of tuition and fees annually for 50 incoming freshmen students from North Carolina.  To qualify, students must apply for financial aid by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid.  No separate scholarship application is required; financially needy students from middle-income families who plan to major in Education and STEM disciplines<br />If I join more clubs at school and become a verified leader I could qualify for these scholarships. I should also keep my grades up and become more involved. <br />
  • 38. More Scholarships<br />A. Tab Williams Scholarship Boeing Senior Scholarship Brantley & Geri DeLoatche Scholarship CCX Inc./Richard A. Rinaldi Scholarship Charlie Stallings Scholarship David S. and Christine C. Moss Scholarship Dean’s Academic Scholarship Dean’s Freshman Economics Scholarship Dean’s Scholarship Dean’s Scholar Doggett Scholarship E.C. Hunt, Jr. Scholarship Independent Insurance Agents of North Carolina Scholarship Lichtin Family Scholarship Martin Marietta Scholarship Fund Michael and Deborah Hensley Scholarship Michael T. and Sandra S. Youngblood Scholarship R. Ray Moore Scholarship R. Steven Anderson and Cathy J. Riley Scholarship Wachovia Undergraduate Scholarship Warren Memorial Scholarship<br />
  • 39. Application Process <br /> The application process is completing and submitting your application to NC State University online using WolfPaw, your Personal NC State Admissions site. From there you can follow the status of your application; customize the site content to keep you informed about the topics that are important to you; register to attend our Open House, regular admissions information sessions, and campus tours.<br />Students are offered Academic help whether from other students or teachers. They also have a group center where the students go to study. <br />
  • 40. Stanford University<br />
  • 41. Stanford<br />Private<br />Undergraduate and graduate degrees offered<br />Bachelor's, Master’s, and Doctoral <br />Mascot: unofficially has one.<br />Colors: Red and White<br />Location: Palo Alto (50,000 – 249,999 )<br />No online classes for Stanford<br />Student must maintain a 3.0 gpa to graduate Stanford. <br />
  • 42. Demographics and Enrollment<br />3% American Indian/Alaskan Native<br />23% Asian/Pacific Islander<br />11% Black/Non-Hispanic<br />15% Hispanic<br />33% White/Non-Hispanic<br />8% Non-Resident Alien<br />7% Race/ethnicity unreported<br />Graduate enrollment: 11,896<br />Total undergrads: 6,602<br />First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 1,692<br />Degree-seeking undergrads: 6,564<br />
  • 43. Admissions Information<br />Admissions e-mail: admission@stanford.edu<br />90% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher<br />7% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and 3.74<br />2% had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and 3.49<br />1% had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and 3.24<br />Middle 50% of First-Year Students<br />SAT Critical Reading: 660 - 760 <br />SAT Math: 680 - 780 <br />SAT Writing: 670 - 760 <br />ACT Composite: 30 - 34 <br />Freshmen Fall 2009<br />Applicants: 30, 428<br />Admit Rate: 7.9%<br />Matriculates: 1,703 <br />
  • 44. Annual College Costs (Fall 2010)<br /> living on campus living at home commuting not<br /> living at home <br />In-state tuition and fees: $38,700 $38,700 $38,700<br />Out-of-state tuition and fees: $38,700 $38,700 $38,700<br />Room and board: $11,876 $4,338 $11,463 <br />Books and supplies: $1,485 $1,485 $1,485<br />Estimated Personal expenses: $2,385 $3,096 $2,385<br />Total State Tuition after 4 years: $154,800<br />
  • 45. Social Activities <br /><ul><li>Campus ministries
  • 46. Choral groups
  • 47. Concert band
  • 48. Dance
  • 49. Drama
  • 50. Film
  • 51. society
  • 52. Fraternities
  • 53. International students
  • 54. Jazz band
  • 55. Literary magazine
  • 56. Marching band Model U.N.
  • 57. Music ensembles Musical
  • 58. theater
  • 59. Opera
  • 60. Pep band
  • 61. Radio station
  • 62. Sororities
  • 63. Student government
  • 64. Student newspaper
  • 65. Symphony orchestra
  • 66. Television station
  • 67. Yearbook</li></li></ul><li>Scholarships <br />An Athletic Scholarship includes: Tuition, Standard Room and Board, Required Textbooks and Compulsory Fees. <br />An Athletic Scholarship does NOT include, P.O.  Boxes, Health Insurance, Late Fees, Communication Fees, Damage Charges, Supplies, Lab Fees, Interim Housing Charges or charges associated with a fraternity or sorority membership.<br />Total scholarship money given to business students through the financial aid office in the 2005 academic year: $ 1,706,670.00 <br />Total scholarship money to be distributed to business students through the financial aid office in the 2006 academic year: $ 1,571,422.00 <br />If I exceed in track and run fast, there is a chance I could apply for a athletic scholarship. Stanford does not promote any scholarships unless your in athletics or are in major financial need. <br />
  • 68. Application Process<br />Students must apply for<br />admission to Stanford online<br />using the Common Application<br />and the Stanford Supplement<br />to the Common Application.<br />Application forms are accessible<br />from the Office of Undergraduate<br />Admission web site.<br />Stanford offers a Restrictive<br />Early Action program for those<br />students who feel that Stanford<br />is their first choice.<br />
  • 69. Majors<br />First Choice: Psychology (BA) comes with its own Bachelor Degree. I can specifically become a psychologist with this degree. My annual income could be 69,000- $90,000. <br />Second Choice: Mathematics and Computer Science (BS) Come with own Bachelor Degree. This Bachelor Degree will help me gain a job in the business world. Business and management has an average salary of around $40,000 - $60,000<br />To change majors you fill out the Declaration or Change of Undergraduate Major, Minor, Honors, or Degree Program form.<br /> Submit in person to: Student Services Center Office of the University Registrar Tresidder Memorial Union, 2nd Floor.<br />Internships are promoted in the summer.<br />Students are helped academically by teachers and other classmates. They form study groups. <br />Stanford University does not offer job placement after graduation. <br />

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