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for the virtual fair on Nov. 15. I'll delete after it's done.

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    •  
    • Where in the world? Population: 2 million Area: 130 square miles Miles to the Pacific Ocean: 78 Miles to Mount Hood: 65 Average rainfall: 37 ”
    • Who in the world ? Undergraduate Program: L&C has 1,900 undergraduate students from 48 states and 62 foreign nations. 10% are international students or US students living abroad. English Program: Academic English Studies has 106 students from 14 countries
    • What in the world ?
    • The Undergraduate Program
      • 28 majors
      • 25 minors
      • Average class size: 19
      • Faculty to student ratio: 12:1
      • 139 full-time faculty
        • 57 full-time female faculty
        • 0 graduate assistants
    • National Student Honors, 1995-2010: 37 Fulbright Scholarships 22 Goldwater Scholarships 15 National Science Foundation Fellowships 9 Truman Scholarships 8 Udall Scholarships 2 Madison Fellowships 2 Mellon Fellowships 2 Wilson Fellowships 2 Hertz Fellowships 1 Compton Mentor Fellowship 1 Emerson Fellowship 1 Ford Foundation Fellowship 1 Howard Hughes Fellowship 1 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships 1 NEH Younger Scholarship 1 Rhodes Scholarship
    • The Graduate School
      • Masters and PhD programs
      • Counseling Psychology
      • Teacher Education
      • Educational Leadership
      • We join with students to learn, to serve, and to lead through deep engagement with the self and the world. Together we reach for wisdom, justice, compassion, and bold ideas in education and counseling.
    • The Law School
      • J.D. Programs
      • Global Law, Environmental and Natural Resources Law, Animal Law, Business Law, Tax Law, Criminal Law, Public Interest Law
      • LL.M. Program
      • Environmental and Natural Resources Law
    • Academic English Studies
      • Intensive English Program
      • Learn English before studying in the LC undergraduate or graduate programs.
      • Learn English before transferring to another graduate or undergraduate program.
      • Learn English for one or two semesters for yourself.
    • Academic English Studies
      • Intensive English Program
      • Five levels.
      • Many activities and programs to meet native speakers.
      • Integrated content-based courses, for example:
        • English of psychology.
        • English of sociology.
        • Current events.
        • Public speaking.
      • Classrooms , Library, and Technology
      • Modern “smart” classrooms
      • PC and Macintosh computer labs
      • Library open 24 hours/day
      • Wireless internet
      • Residence Halls
      • Themed housing (Multi-cultural, Outdoors, Arts, etc.)
      • Single rooms, doubles, or quads
      • Cafeteria for all students
      • Direct internet access
      • Non-smoking
      • Student art center
      • Recreational equipment
      • Quiet study areas
      • Fireplaces and pianos in main lounges
      On-Campus Housing
    • Student Clubs
      • Just a few…
      • Climbing Club
      • KLC Radio
      • Hawai`i Club
      • Philosophy Club
      • Saudi Club
      • InterVarsity Christian
      • Fellowship
      • Cheese Club
      • Model United Nations
      • Environmental Affairs
      • Group
    • NCAA III Sports
      • Baseball (men)
      • Basketball
      • Cross Country
      • Crew
      • Golf
      • Football (men)
      • Soccer (women)
      • Softball (women)
      • Swimming
      • Track and Field
      • Tennis
      • Volleyball (women)
    • Opportunities in and around Portland
      • Friendship Families
      • Friends in the community
      • Volunteer opportunities:
      • In schools
      • With senior citizens
      • To clean up the environment
      • Explore Nature
      • College Outdoors trips
      • Local hikes and parks
      • Enjoy the City
      • International Restaurants
      • Local activities
    • Friendship Family and Community of Friends
      • Meet a local family each month to share cultures.
      • Share our holidays.
      • Eat dinner together.
      • Enjoy an afternoon in the park.
      • Many other activities.
    • Volunteering
      • For example:
      • Decorate for a parade
      • Work at a middle school
      • Shop for senior citizens
      • Help with a Halloween party
    • Examples of College Outdoors Trips
      • Sea Kayaking
      • Snowshoeing
      • Service Projects
      • Backpacking
      • Canyoneering and
      • Backpacking
      • Whitewater Rafting
      • Rock Climbing
      • Map and Compass Clinic
      • Waterfalls and Wildflowers
      • of the Columbia Gorge
    •  
    • When will I apply? Academic Programs
      • Early Action Deadline: November 1
      • Regular Decision Deadline: February 1
    • How do I apply?
      • Which form?
      • Common Application
      • www.commonapp.org
      • What else?
      • School Report
      • Teacher Recommendation
      • Official Transcript
      • 7 th Semester Transcript
      • English Proficiency Scores
      • Other Test Scores
      • Certificate of Financial Responsibility
    • What does L&C look for ?
      • 5,950 applications
      • 66% admitted
      • First-year class of 607
      • Mid-50%:
      • GPA: 3.5 to 4.0
      • SAT: 1810 to 2020
      • SAT: 1210-1350 (Critical Reading and Math only)
      • ACT: 27 to 30
      • For Full-Time Enrollment
      • iBT: 91
      • IELTS: 7
    • Investing in my future
      • 2011-2012
      • Tuition and fees: $38,140
      • Room and board: $9,676
      • Books, supplies, & personal expenses: $2,050
      • Total: $48,866
      • Some need-based financial aid available to international students
      • Some merit-based scholarships available
    • When will I apply? Academic English Studies
      • Rolling Admissions
      • Apply any time for the next term.
      • Classes begin: mid-January, mid-May, late June, late August
    • How do I apply? Academic English Studies
      • Apply Online
      • http://www.lclark.edu/programs/academic_ english_studies/ admissions/
      • What else?
      • Proof of at least 2 years of English study
      • Official grades from high school and/or university
      • Copy of your passport
      • Certificate of Financial Responsibility
    • What do you look for? Academic English Studies
      • Intermediate level of English
      • We do not offer beginning level English
    • The mission of the College is to know the traditions of the liberal arts, to test their boundaries through ongoing exploration, and to hand on to successive generations the tools and discoveries of this quest. In all its endeavors it seeks to be a community of scholars who are alive to inquiry, open to diversity, and disciplined to work in an interdependent world.
    • How can I learn more?
      • www.lclark.edu/offices/international
      • http://www.facebook.com/lewisandclarkcollege
      • 1-503-768-7305
    • How can I learn more? Academic English Studies
      • www.go.lclark.edu/aes
      • http://www.facebook.com/AES.lewis.clark
      • 1-503-768-7310