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SC Private Colleges SC Private Colleges Presentation Transcript

  • Financial Aid• FAFSA • FAFSA PIN• Free Application for Federal • Personal Identification Number Student Aid• www.fafsa.ed.gov • www.pin.ed.gov• File early after January 1st • Parents must have their own pin • Students must have their own pin
  • SC Scholarships and Grants• WEB SITE • SCHOLARSHIPS • Palmetto Fellows • Life Scholarship • Hope Scholarship• www.che.sc.gov • Lottery Tuition • Need-Based Grant • SC Tuition Grant Never pay for a scholarship on a scholarship search
  • Participation (Headcount)• SCICU member institutions enroll about 14% of allundergraduate students attending a 2 or 4 year college inSouth Carolina• SCICU 4 year member institutions enroll 25% of allundergraduate students attending 4 year schools in SouthCarolina• SCICU member institutions enroll more than 3,100 graduatestudents• Enrollment of all students at SCICU member institutions dropped2.6% (914 students) from the previous year to a level roughlyequal to Fall 2008• Minority students comprise 47% of all undergraduate studentsattending SCICU colleges and universities• Female students comprise 60% of all undergraduate studentsattending SCICU colleges and universities• South Carolina residents comprise 71% of all undergraduatesstudents attending SCICU colleges and universities
  • Graduation• SCICU member institutions award over 24% of the bachelordegrees in South Carolina• SCICU member institutions award more than 1,200 post-baccalaureate degreesTuition• Average tuition and fees for SCICU member institutions is$21,034• Average tuition and fees have increased a little more than 4% foreach of the past five years at SCICU member institutions
  • Financial Aid• More than 91% of all undergraduate students attending SCICUcolleges and universities receive financial aid• Next to Federal loans (39%), scholarships from SCICU memberinstitutions (34%) comprise the largest source of student aid at morethan $210 million• Excluding loans, scholarships from SCICU member institutions equalclose to 56% of all student aid that does not require repayment byeither the student or parent• Almost 58% of the undergraduate students (17, 894) attending SCICUcolleges and universities receive need-based Federal Pell grants• More than 45% of the undergraduate students (13,878) attendingSCICU colleges and universities receive need-based State HigherEducation Tuition Grants• Over one-quarter (26.6%) of the undergraduate students (8,142)attending SCICU colleges and universities receive State meritscholarships (Palmetto Fellows, LIFE, HOPE, Tuition Assistance)• Many students qualify for student financial aid from more than onesource, and the total amount of aid from all sources exceeds $619 million
  • Allen University • Historically Black College or University. • United Negro College Fund School • Students who do not meet standard for college level English and Algebra must take a lab along with the English and/or Algebra • Athletics – NAIA Division 1
  • Anderson University • Nike School for character and academics • Cancer Research Facility • School of Nursing – Only school in region with cadaver lab exclusively for nursing program • Masters in Criminal Justice • Mobile learning initiative – I pad for every freshman
  • Anderson University • Very little educational debt • Athletics-NCAA Division II
  • Coker College • Round Table Discussion/ Teaching/Learning • 93% of graduates have either a job or admission to graduate school within 6 months of graduation • Resume important part of admission
  • • Education from a Biblical World View• Prayerful process to guide students and parents• Essay becomes deciding factor• Mentoring from professors• Freshmen Leadership Teams (RA)• Adding intercollegiate athletics
  • Converse College • One of two women’s colleges • 95% graduate in 4 years • 70% have job offer or graduation school acceptance on graduation day
  • Converse College • Interesting Majors: • Equestrian • Nursing Degree with Vanderbilt (3+2) • Engineering Program with Clemson University • Musical Theatre (huge music department with many majors • Athletics-NCAA Division II
  • Limestone College • Began as women’s college • Based on Christian ideals • 10 buildings on National Register of Historic Places • Large Virtual Campus Program • 60 % of students play a sport • Athletic Training Major • Athletics: NCAA Division II
  • Morris College • Historically Black College or University • Baptist affiliation • “Preparing Teachers and Preachers” • Environmental Management with Department of Energy
  • Morris College • Social Science Department • Criminal Justice Division • Forensics Division • State of the Art Forensics • Lab that is used by SLED • Best in the state • Athletics: NAIA
  • Newberry College • Faith Based-Evangelical Lutheran Church • Bridge Program with Piedmont Technical College • New Nickname: Wolves • Scholarships: Call Me Mister, Teaching Fellows
  • Newberry College • Interesting Majors and Minors • Athletic Training Minor through Moore Orthopedics • Sports Profession • Leisure Management • Chemistry with Forensics Concentration • Nursing • Church Leadership • Athletics: NCAA Division II
  • Spartanburg Methodist College • United Methodist Church affiliation • Only 2 year private college in South Carolina • Transferability of credits to other colleges is excellent • Life Scholarship recipients receive tuition completely paid • Sports: NJCAA
  • Wofford College • Innovative Practices: • Novel Experience: incoming freshmen read a prescribed novel then discuss it. Have opportunity to actually meet the author • Venture: students generate their own businesses and compete in the “real world” market place
  • Wofford College • Best dorms of the ten colleges visited! • Practically next door to Converse College • Athletics: NCAA Division I