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Marissa uc davis vs northridge

  1. 1. By: Marisa
  2. 2. Mascot The official mascot is Gunrock, the offspring ofthe triple Crown winner, and race horse, Gunfire. The mascotlasted into the late 1970, where of which he was replaced byOllie the Mustang. Due to confusion, in 2003 Gunrock wasreinstated, and stands as the school mascot today.
  3. 3.  Average SAT scores:  Student Population ◦ SAT Critical Reading: ◦ 22,004 total undergrads 500-630 ◦ SAT Writing: 510-640 ◦ 5,115 degree-seeking ◦ SAT Math: 560-680 freshmen Average GPA: ◦ 73%- 3.75+ ◦ 18%- 3.5-3.74 ◦ 9%- 3.25-2.49 ◦ 2%- 3- 3.24
  4. 4.  Archery  Rowing (Crew) Badminton  Rugby  Sailing Baseball  Skiing Basketball  Table tennis Bowling  Tennis Cross-Country  Track and Field Equestrian  Volleyball  Wrestling Fencing Football(non-tackle) Golf Ice Hockey Lacrosse Racquetball
  5. 5. On Campus Off Campus At HomeTuition and fees $13,122 $13,122 $13,122Room and board $11,611 $9,849 $4,356ComprehensiveFee (tuition, -- -- --fees, room andboard)Books and $1,661 $1,661 $1,661suppliesEstimatedpersonal $1,598 $1,969 $1,867expensesTransportation $1,445 $2,238 $1,959expensesEstimated Total $29,437 $28,839 $22,965
  6. 6.  Computer Science: 0 English: 4 Foreign Language: 2 (3 recommended) History: 2 Math: 3 (4 recommended) Science: 2 (3 recommended) ◦ Science – Lab: 2 (3 recommended) Social Studies: 0 Visual/Performing Arts: 1 Academic Electives: 1
  7. 7.  Bachelors Degree Social Sciences ◦ 24% Biology ◦ 16% Psychology ◦ 11% Business/Marketing ◦ 8% Engineering ◦ 8% Interdisciplinary Studies ◦ 7% Visual and Performing Arts ◦ 6% Health Professions ◦ 5%
  8. 8.  A large, 4-year, public university. This coed college is located in a small city in a suburban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.
  9. 9. Mascot The main one who is the leader of the entourageand who kills the bull is addressed as maestro and hisformal title is matador de toros (killer of bulls) but the word"matador" by itself is not used in Spanish. The term toreroencompasses all who fight the bull in the ring. Northridge isa very dedicated school that places the pride of their schoolon the matadors, taking down any completion in their way.
  10. 10.  Average SAT scores:  Student Population ◦ SAT Critical Reading:  Total undergraduates: 400-510 ◦ 31,504  First-time degree- ◦ SAT Writing: Not Required seeking freshmen: ◦ SAT Math: 410-530 ◦ 5,269  Degree-seeking Average GPA: undergrads: ◦ No specific requirements ◦ 31,504  Full-time graduate enrollment: ◦ 2,569
  11. 11.  Badminton  Rugby Baseball  Sailing Basketball  Skiing Bowling  Table tennis Cross-Country  Tennis Diving  Track and Field Golf  Volleyball Handball  Water Polo Ice Hockey Racquetball
  12. 12. On Campus Off Campus At HomeTuition and fees $6,448 $6,448 $6,448Room and board $12,276 $12,276 $4,346ComprehensiveFee (tuition, -- -- --fees, room andboard)Books and $1,746 $1,746 $1,746suppliesEstimatedpersonal $3,074 $3,074 $3,288expensesTransportation $1,296 $1,296 $1,362expensesEstimated Total $24,840 $24,840 $17,190
  13. 13.  Computer Science: 0 English: 4 Foreign Language: 2 History: 1 Math: 3 Science: 2 ◦ Science – Lab: 2 Social Studies: 1 Visual/Performing Arts: 1 Academic Electives: 1
  14. 14.  Bachelors Business/Marketing ◦ 20% Social Sciences ◦ 14% Psychology ◦ 10% Communications/Journalism ◦ 8% Liberal Arts ◦ 7% Visual and Performing Arts ◦ 7% English ◦ 6% Health Professions ◦ 5%
  15. 15.  A large, 4-year, public university. This coed college is located in a very large city in an urban setting and is primarily a commuter campus. It offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.
  16. 16. Mascot In 1965, it was decided to let the students choosethe animal that would represent UCI. Students were tosubmit their candidates, and the favorites would be voted onin a campus-wide election. Many animals were considered,from the golden buffalos, to a unicorn. One day at a Water-polo match, the players passed out party favors. On the werethe words,” Lets give ‘em the tongue!!” Thus, 56% of theschool voted for the anteater, today named Peter theAnteater.
  17. 17.  Average SAT scores:  Student Population ◦ SAT Critical Reading:  Total undergraduates 500-630 ◦ 22,004 ◦ SAT Writing: 510-640  First-time degree- ◦ SAT Math: 560-680 seeking freshmen ◦ 5,115  Degree-seeking Average GPA: undergrads ◦ 73%- 3.75+ ◦ 22,004 ◦ 18%- 3.5-3.74  Full-time graduate ◦ 9%- 3.25-2.49 enrollment ◦ 2%- 3- 3.24 ◦ 4,605
  18. 18.  Archery  Rowing (Crew)  Rugby Badminton  Sailing Baseball  Skiing Triatholon Basketball   Table tennis Bowling  Tennis Cross-Country  Track and Field  Volleyball Equestrian  Water Polo Fencing  Wrestling
  19. 19. On Campus Off Campus At HomeTuition and fees $13,122 $13,122 $13,122Room and board $11,611 $9,849 $4,356ComprehensiveFee (tuition, -- -- --fees, room andboard)Books and $1,661 $1,661 $1,661suppliesEstimatedpersonal $1,598 $1,969 $1,867expensesTransportation $1,445 $2,238 $1,959expensesEstimated Total $29,437 $28,839 $22,965
  20. 20.  Computer Science: 0 English: 4 Foreign Language: 2 (3 recommended) History: 2 Math: 3 (4 recommended) Science: 2 (3 recommended) ◦ Science – Lab: 2 (3 recommended) Social Studies: 0 Visual/Performing Arts: 1 Academic Electives: 1
  21. 21.  Bachelors Social Sciences ◦ 24% Biology ◦ 16% Psychology ◦ 11% Business/Marketing ◦ 8% Engineering ◦ 8% Interdisciplinary Studies ◦ 7% Visual and Performing Arts ◦ 6% Health Professions ◦ 5%
  22. 22.  A large, 4-year, public university. This coed college is located in a small city in a suburban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees.
  23. 23.  Social psychology students examine the way people behave in groups. Classes cover such topics as: ◦ Social learning theory, group theory and dynamics, sex roles, criminal behavior, and altruistic behavior (behavior based on concern for the well-being of others).
  24. 24.  Picture your high school cafeteria for a moment. It’s not just one giant group of students hanging out together, is it? There are probably more than a few cliques. Have you ever wondered how these cliques form? Or why some kids are more popular than others? Or why people act one way at home and a completely different way at school? If you want to explore questions like these, consider majoring in sociology. Sociology majors learn ◦ How to study people and the roles they play in society, both as individuals and in groups. ◦ Course work covers such topics as families, TV and other mass media, and criminology.
  25. 25.  When you think of life on earth, your first thoughts are probably about familiar animals, your pet dog or cat, the bird you see in the tree outside your window. But that is really only a small sample of all the types of life on our planet, which include plants, bacteria, fungi, and animals in a vast array of body forms and types. Biology is the study of ◦ Life, individual organisms, their communities, and the systems, cells, and processes that make up living matter. Students of biology undertake a general program in which they study living organisms and the systems and processes that permit life. Courses include ◦ Subjects like cell biology, evolutionary biology, marine biology, and plant biology.
  26. 26.  All three colleges offer a lot of sports and majors for students, and also share similar campus’. Their main differences lie with what their requirements in courses are, or recommended. I chose these 3 schools because they have majors in some of the areas I’m interested in. I personally love all colleges, but the only downer would be how far they are from my home. I believe that my opinion of these colleges has become more positive. I was worried it would be hard to understand the requirements, but it turns out I was nervous over nothing. 

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