FACILITIES• Miami Dade College operates eight campuses and various outreach centers located throughout Miami-Dade County. The Honors College is currently represented on four campuses, with a new bilingual program (English-Spanish) at the InterAmerican Campus. All campuses have different schools for various disciplines (engineering, business, etc.). Some campuses also operate dual-enrollment programs for high school students. Most campuses also have College Preparatory or English as a Second Language (ESL) courses that help students pass the Computerized Placement Test (CPT) that is required for admittance and proves prospective students are qualified to take college-level mathematics and English courses.• The North Campus (11380 NW 27th Ave., Miami FL 33167)• The Kendall Campus (11011 SW 104th St., Miami FL 33176)• The Wolfson Campus (300 NE 2nd Ave., Miami FL 33132)• The Medical Center (950 NW 20th St., Miami FL 33127)• The Homestead Campus (500 College Ter., Homestead FL 33030)• The New World School of the Arts (25 NE 2nd St., Miami FL 33132)• The Hialeah Campus (1776 W 49th St., Hialeah FL 33012)• The West Campus (3800 NW 115th Ave., Doral FL 33178)
QUESTIONS• Does Miami – Dade Have dorms?Yes Miami-Dade has Dorms.• Does Miami-Dade allow you to drop classes?Miami-Dade allows you to drop classes.• How do I Drop a Class?You can send an email stating reasons for dropping classes to firstname.lastname@example.org.• Is your Social security number your student ID?No, you student ID is chosen at random.• Does your Scholarship Include paying for dormitory?Yes.• What is the accreditation status of Miami Dade College?Miami Dade College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges.• After I register, how many days do I have to pay for classes?You are normally given two days to pay for your classes. However, the deadline depends on the day you registered. Please refer to the bottom of your schedule for your actual payment deadline.• How can I pay for my classes?If you did not pay at the time you registered and you wish to pay online, you will need a MDC account.• What are your hours of operation?Hours of operation may vary by department or by campus; however registration is open college-wide: Monday thru Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.• Can I get financial assistance for the non-credit online courses?No, non-credit courses do not qualify for federal aid. In some states, vocational rehab or workforce development boards will pay for qualified students to take non-credit courses.
Career (?)s• How many years of college class does becoming A cyber Cop, or Air Traffic controller require? 4 years a piece.• Does Becoming a fire fighter require college? No.• What classes are required for A cyber Cop & Air Traffic Controller? Math, Literature and Science. Law (Cop)• What is the Best Academy For Fire fighters? Miami Fire Academy• Does Miami-Dade offer courses for Fire fighters? Yes• Are there Colleges for fire fighters in Miami? Yes• Are there Colleges for Air traffic Controlling in Miami? yes• Are these Careers in Demand? Fire Fighting is in Demand?• Can These careers produce a living? These can produce an average Living, air traffic can produce much bigger living.
To Do’s and Expenses• TUITION $69.93• STUDENT SERVICES $0.00• FINANCIAL AID $27.97• CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT $13.99• TECHNOLOGY $13.99• ACCESS & PARKING $3.00• TOTAL FEES $338.67• COST PER TERM(12 CREDITS) $1,043.04CLASSES:• Textbooks, Supplies, Special Fees - $700• Total Educational Expenses - $5,700• Housing, Food and Local Transportation - $4700
Scenario 2• If I were to be in the roommates shoes, I would continue to warn the boy if I liked him to not show up so late drunk and vomiting over my floor. If he continued with the same nonsense then I would report him to the R.A.• My little sister Amber use to sneak back into the house late at night. I told her multiple times to stop or I would tell my father.• Eventually she stopped, but then she restarted and I alerted my father. And I never happened again.
Scenario 3• I think she should abortion the baby.• She should not tell her parents.• Its her own fault that she did not take precaution.• But at the same time a bit of blame falls upon the parents shoulders for being so over protective because not that she is out in the world she cant handle the freedom, and she doesn’t know what to do with it.