California Colleges<br />
WHY COLLEGE<br />
Explore! <br />Colleges and universities have hundreds of courses to choose from. You can take classes like The Birth and ...
Expand your earning potential!<br />Not only do people with a college degree have a greater variety of careers to choose f...
Become independent and make more of your own choices!<br />For many people, the college years are a time of developing ind...
Develop leadership skills through activities!<br />College groups range from academic clubs, to sporting groups, to politi...
Public Institutes<br />Public colleges are those that are largely supported by state funds. <br />If you attend a public i...
Private Colleges<br />Private colleges, on the other hand, are supported by tuition, endowment, and donations from alumni ...
THE CSU SYSTEM<br />
CSU<br />23 Campuses in California<br />If you are a student and you plan on taking more than 6 units your cost is 4,026 p...
THE UC SYSTEM<br />
Universities of California<br />
Community College<br />2 year university<br />110 to choose for<br />Local Junior Colleges<br />LA Valley<br />LA Pierce<b...
Community College Cost<br />An enrollment fee is charged to every student who takes courses for credit. <br />The current ...
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  1. 1. California Colleges<br />
  2. 2. WHY COLLEGE<br />
  3. 3. Explore! <br />Colleges and universities have hundreds of courses to choose from. You can take classes like The Birth and Death of Stars, Evolution of Human Sexuality, History of Western Art, Sports Medicine, Introduction to Hospitality Management, and so much more.<br />
  4. 4. Expand your earning potential!<br />Not only do people with a college degree have a greater variety of careers to choose from, they also make about twice as much money as high school graduates.<br />
  5. 5. Become independent and make more of your own choices!<br />For many people, the college years are a time of developing independence. You'll have a lot more control over your college experience than your high school experience: You'll choose more of your classes, choose a major, decide how and when to study, and begin to take on more responsibility in general. You may even move out of your family home for the first time. These are exciting changes - and great practice for life after college!<br />
  6. 6. Develop leadership skills through activities!<br />College groups range from academic clubs, to sporting groups, to political and social organizations.<br />
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  8. 8. Public Institutes<br />Public colleges are those that are largely supported by state funds. <br />If you attend a public institution in your own state<br />Cheaper Tuition<br />Easier to be Admitted<br />CSUN, UCLA<br />
  9. 9. Private Colleges<br />Private colleges, on the other hand, are supported by tuition, endowment, and donations from alumni and friends. <br />Usually More Expensive<br />Usually offer the best financial aid packages<br />USC, Pepperdine<br />
  10. 10. THE CSU SYSTEM<br />
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  12. 12. CSU<br />23 Campuses in California<br />If you are a student and you plan on taking more than 6 units your cost is 4,026 per academic year<br />If you are a student and you plan on taking less than 6 units your cost is $2,712 per academic year<br />Extra Fees determined by each campus (Examples Below)<br />Room and Board<br />Health Fees<br />Student Service<br />
  13. 13. THE UC SYSTEM<br />
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  15. 15. Universities of California<br />
  16. 16. Community College<br />2 year university<br />110 to choose for<br />Local Junior Colleges<br />LA Valley<br />LA Pierce<br />Glendale College<br />Ventura College<br />Mission College<br />
  17. 17. Community College Cost<br />An enrollment fee is charged to every student who takes courses for credit. <br />The current fee charged to state residents is $20 per unit. <br />A full time student enrolled for 12 units for 2 semesters would currently pay $480 per year in enrollment fees. <br />Additional Expenses include<br /> Books<br /> Supplies<br />Housing <br />Food<br />

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