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  • 1.
  • 2. Brett
    Kennedy
    Wendy
    Dahlgren
    Brandon
    Lay
    Jon
    Terrell
    Jordan
    Hassell
  • 3. Ryan
    Harrison
    Matt
    Warren
    Laura
    Miller
    Allie Watts
  • 4. A Complete Application File
    Application for Admission
    Application Fee (if required)
    High School Transcript
    College Transcript(s)
    Transfers and Dual Enrollment
    Counselor Recommendation
    Standardized Test Scores
    • SAT or ACT
    Essay
  • 5. What Berry Reviews…
    Secondary School Record
    • Types of Courses
    • 6. Grade Point Average
    • 7. Rank-In-Class
    Counselor Recommendation
    Standardized Test Scores
    • SAT or ACT
    Essay
    Activities
  • 8. Required High School Courses
    4 years of English
    4 years of mathematics
    (including algebra I and II, either geometry or trigonometry, and a fourth year of mathematics beyond algebra II)
    3 years of natural science
    3 years of social studies
    2 years of foreign language
  • 9. Calculation of GPA
    Only core academic classes considered
    Weighted credit for honors, AP, IB classes
    94% of the entering class has a high-school GPA of 3.0 or higher
  • 10. Admission Dates
    February 1 Priority Date
    Deposit Deadline May 1
  • 11. What Does Berry Cost?
    2010-2011 Schedule of Rates and Fees
    Tuition $24,420
    Student Activity Fee    $ 150
    Technology Fee $ 50
    Total Tuition and Fees $24,620
    Traditional Hall Room w/ the Unlimited meal plan $ 8,724
    Total Direct Cost $33,344
  • 12. Scholarship Opportunities
    Berry College Academic Scholarship
    Amounts range: $4,000 - $12,000
    Equal weight to Test Scores (ACT or SAT) and Berry-calculated Grade-Point Average (GPA)
    $9,000 – 1150 SAT + 3.8 GPA
    $9,000 – 1220 SAT + 3.667 GPA
    $10,000 – 1260 SAT + 3.786 GPA
    $10,000 – 1170 SAT + 4.25 GPA
    Presidential, Provost & Dean Scholarships
    3.75+ Berry-calculated GPA
    1300+ SAT or 29+ ACT
  • 13. Other Scholarship Opportunities
    • Gate of Opportunity Scholarships
    • 14. Communication – Music – Theatre
    • 15. Bonner Scholars – Community Service
    • 16. Leadership Fellows
    • 17. WinShape Scholarship
    • 18. Application required in addition to Berry College Application for Admission
    • 19. www.winshape.org
  • Athletic Grants
    • Berry College is now a member of the NCAA Division III. The move to NCAA DIII means no athletic scholarships for incoming students.
  • Eligibility for Need-based Programs
    Tuition & fees; room & board; books & supplies; miscellaneous
    Cost of Attendance (COA)
    • Expected Family Contribution
    (EFC)
    Results from filing the FAFSA
    ____________________________________________
    = Financial Need
  • 20. Building a Financial Aid Package
    Student Loan
    Institutional Need-based Grant
    Federal Grant Programs
    And when you file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)…
    State Grant Programs
    Work Program
    Merit Scholarship/Grant
  • 21. Helpful Websites
    Berry College Office of Admission
    www.berry.edu/admissions
    Berry College Office of Financial Aid
    www.berry.edu/aid
    Free Application for Federal Student Aid
    www.fafsa.gov
    Georgia 411 (State Aid for Georgia Residents)
    www.gacollege411.org