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Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount
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Vanessa Saint Mary vs Loyola Marymount

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    • 1. Saint MaryLoyola Marymount University
    • 2. Location and Weather Loyola Marymount University Saint Mary’ College • LMU is located in Los• Located in Moraga Valley , Angeles. which is 20 miles east of • In a large ,suburban San Francisco setting, town. • Loyola is 3 hours from• In a large ,suburban Orcutt. setting, town. •August is the warmest month.• Saint Mary’s is 4 ½ - 5 •December is the coolest hours from Orcutt. month. •February is the wettest• The weather is usually in month. the 60-70’s. •July is the driest month. *Majority of the time the weather is in the 80-90’s.
    • 3. What these colleges lookat when you are applyingSaint Mary’s• Alumni Relation• Character/Personal Qualities• Extracurricular Activities Loyola Marymount• Geographical Residence • Your Class Rank• Interview • The Extracurricular Activities you• Level of Applicants Interest were in (like sports and clubs.)• Racial/Ethnic Status • Teacher Recommendations• Religious Affiliation or Commitment • They even look to see if you are• Talent/Ability the first member of your family to• Volunteer Work go to college.• Work Experience • Application Essay• Application Essay *They look at your Character and• First generation college student Personal traits/qualities.• Recommendations *Talent/Ability• Academic GPA *They look at your GPA and you are• Standardized Test Scores REQUIRED to take the SAT.• SAT is required
    • 4. GPA Chart/ Class Ranks Loyola Marymount GPA of incoming FreshmanSaint Mary’s 3.75+ 3.5-3.74 GPA Of incoming freshmen 3.25-3.49 3.00-3.24 2.50-2.99 3.75+ 3.5-3.74 3.25-3.49 3.00-3.24 2.50-2.99
    • 5. SAT TEST SCORES Loyola Marymount Saint Mary’s Incoming freshmen SAT scores400-499 300-399 400-499 Critical500-599 Reading Critical 500-599 Writing Reading600-699 Math Math 600-699 #REF!700-800 700-800 0 20 40 60 0 20 40 60 College doesn’t require/look at your writing in the SAT
    • 6. Student Population Saint Mary’swhite 61% women & 39 % men Loyola Marymounthispanic/latino 58%-women & 42% menasian White Hispanic/latinoblack or africanamerican Asian2+ races Black or african american 2+ raceother othernon-resident non-resident alienalien
    • 7. Financial Aid/ Tuition Loyola MarymountSaint Mary’s • Undergraduate aid is typically• Undergraduate aid is typically awarded as 66% scholarship and awarded 70% scholarship and 34% loan. 30% loan. • 72% of freshmen received financial• 92% of freshmen received aid. financial aid. • $27,136 is average of 1st year financial aid package.• $3,384 Average need-based • $4,621 of average need-based loan loan • $20,698 of average need-based• $23,072 Average need-based scholarship or grant award scholarship or grant award • $10,030 of average non need-• $13,365 Average non need- based aid based aid • $31,246 of average in debt at• $34,375Average in debteds at graduation graduation
    • 8. Financial Aid/ Tuition CONTINUED • Non need-based aid• Non need-based aid determined by: determined by: • Academics• Academics • Alumni Affiliation• Art • Art• Athletics • Athletics• Leadership • Music/Drama• Music/Drama • ROTC• Religious Affiliation • Religious Affiliation• Need-based aid determined by: • Need-based aid determined by: • Academics• Alumni Affiliation • Leadership• Minority Status • Minority Status • Religious Affiliation • State/District Residency
    • 9. Housing Saint Mary’s Loyola Marymount • 94%-First-year students living in college housing• 99%-First-year students living in • 53%-All undergraduates living in college college housing housing Greek Life• 56%-All undergraduates living in Housing options 12%-Men who Join college housing • Coed housing Fraternities • Mens housing 37%-Women who JoinHousing options • Womens housing Sororities• Coed housing • Apartments for single students• Apartments for single students • NO Fraternity/sorority housing• Theme Housing • NO apartment for married couples • Special housing for disabled students • Special housing for international students• NO PETS OR GREEK • Wellness housing (alcohol/drug/smoke- LIFE(sororities/fraternities) free) • Theme Housing • NO PETS
    • 10. Most Popular MajorsSaint Mary’s CollegeBachelors Loyola Marymount• 31%Business/Marketing Bachelors• 13%Social Sciences • 25%Business/Marketing• 10%Communications/ • 15%Visual and• Journalism Performing Arts• 10%Liberal Arts• 7%Psychology • 13%Social Sciences• 5% Parks And • 10%Communications/ Recreation Journalism • 6%Biology • 6%English
    • 11. My MajorsSaint Mary’sPsychology: Developmental and ChildPsychology• Experimental Psychology• Industrial and Organizational Psychology Loyola Marymount• Psychology, General • Psychology: Psychology, General• Social Psychology • School Psychology*All only go to bachelors degree *School psychology goes up to masters degree Loyola has a good Education major, however, Saint Mary’s has a good Psychology program. * NEITHER SCHOOL HAS CRIMINOLOGY or FORENSICS
    • 12. Activities Saint Mary’s Loyola Marymount• Campus Ministries • Campus Ministries• Choral Groups • Choral Groups• Concert Band • Dance Activity• Dance Activity • Drama/Theater• Drama/Theater • Film Society• Government or Political Activity • Fraternities• International Student Organization • Government or Political Activity• Jazz Band • International Student Organization• Literary Magazine • Literary Magazine• Music Ensembles • Music Ensembles• Musical Theater • Pep Band• Pep Band • Radio Station• Radio Station • Sororities• Student Newspaper • Student Newspaper• Symphony Orchestra • Television Station• Television Station • Yearbook*Student Newspaper- The Collegian *Student Newspaper- Los Angeles Loyolan
    • 13. Mascot, Colors and Athletics Saint Mary’sMember: NCAA Loyola MarymountTeam Name: Gaels Team name : Lions Member : NCAABadminton BaseballBaseball BasketballBasketball cheerleadingCheerleading Cross-countrycross-country Football(non-tackle)Football(non-tackle) GolfGolf Ice HockeyLacrosse LacrossRowing Rowing Rugby RugbySkiing Skiingsoccer Soccersoftball Softballtennis Swimming/ water poloTrack & field TennisTrack(indoor) Track & fieldVolleyball Track(indoor/ outdoor)Water polo Volleyball
    • 14. Mascot, Colors and Athletics continued Saint Mary’s Loyola Marymount Scholarships Scholarships Men Women Men Women Baseball X Baseball X Basketbal X X Basketball X X l Cross- X X Cross- X X country country golf X Golf X rowing X Lacrosse X soccer X X rowing X softball X soccer X X swim X softball X tennis X X tennis X X volleyball X Volleyball X water polo X x
    • 15. Extra infoSaint Mary’s Loyola Marymount• Medium-sized school • It is a Medium-sized school• 2,996 Total undergraduates • 6,069 Total undergraduates• 644 First-time degree- • 1,288 First-time degree- seeking freshmen seeking freshmen• 2,985 Degree-seeking • 5,951 Degree-seeking undergrads undergrads• 572 Full-time graduate • 2,609Full-time graduate enrollment enrollment

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