Transcript: Boston University High School Preparation Required units: 15 total English 4 Foreign Language 2 Math 3 Science 3 Of Science, units that must be lab 3 Social Studies 3 Recommended units: 20 total Foreign Language 4 Math 4 Science 4 Of Science, units that must be lab 4 Social Studies 4 Note: Pr-calculus required. Social studies should include history. Home-Schooled Students Students should contact Office of Admissions prior to application. Transfer Students Transfer admission stats for fall term: Applied: 2,515 Admitted: 711 Enrolled: 224 Terms in which transfers may enroll: Fall, Spring Transfers accepted at these levels: First-semester freshman, second-semester freshman, sophomore, junior Admission requirements for transfers: Required of All: High School Transcript, College Transcript(s), Essay or Personal Statement, Standardized Test Scores, Statement of good standing from Prior Institutions(s) Not Required: Interview Lowest grade earned for any course that may be transferred for credit (on a 4.0 scale): 2.0 Additional requirements for transfer admission: Transfer Student Status Report required. Other Admissions Require Admission requirements: Essay(s) required Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT If submitting ACT, the writing section is required Required: SAT Subject Tests Very important admission factors: Rigor of secondary school record Important admission factors: Class Rank Application Essay Recommendations Standardized Test Scores Academic GPA Considered: Alumni Relation Character/Personal Qualities Extracurricular Activities Geographical Residence Racial/Ethnic Status State Residency Volunteer Work Work Experience First generation college student Level of Applicant's Interest In-state tuition and fees: $41,420 Out of State Tuition $41,420 Room and board: $12,710- living on campus $2,136- living at home $12,710- 12,710 Books and supplies: $940- living on campus $940-living at home $940- Commuting,not living at home Estimated personal expenses: $1,290-living at campus $1,290-living at home $1,290-commuting,not living at home Transportation expense: $562-living on campus $2,276-living at home $562-Commuting,not living at home Cost per credit hour: $1,276 Scholarship and Financial Aid Information Financial Aid Statistics Full-time freshman enrollment: 4,409 Number who applied for need-based aid: 2,685 Number who were judged to have need: 2,230 Number who were offered aid: 2,225 Number who had full need met: 1,271 Average percent of need met: 90% Average financial aid package: $34,533 Average need-based loan: $6,226 Average need-based scholarship or grant award: $23,413 Average non-need based aid: $19,620 Average indebtedness at graduation: $31,809 EFC Calculator Compare Your Aid Awards Financial Aid Distribution Percent of total undergraduate aid awarded as: Scholarships / grants: 68% Loans / jobs: 32% Non-need-based aid determined by: Academics Alumni Affiliation Art Athletics Leadership Music/Drama ROTC Religious Affiliation State/District Residency Need-based aid determined by: Academics Art Leadership Minority Status Music/Drama What does the office of the Dean of Students offers? Dean's Scholarships; $10,000 (renewable); based on strong academic credentials, for students who have applied for need-based financial aid but have financial resources that exceed cost of attendance. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Scholarship; full-tuition; for academically gifted students with proven leadership abilities and strong commitment to social justice and community involvement. Does the college offer a program for your planned major? Acting If starring in high school productions of such stage classics as Antigone, The Crucible, or Grease has given you the acting bug, you may want to study acting at the college level. What skills will you need to play your characters more convincingly? What is the subtext of a play? How do actors make stage combat look real? You’ll find the more you study acting, the more you learn about the preparation it takes to bring a character to life on stage or on screen. Acting students learn how to portray dramatic characters and their thoughts, moods, and feelings. Classes include instruction in voice for the actor, movement, improvisation, theater history, and actor coaching. Boston University of Culinary Arts Over 400 Hours of Instruction Instruction through lecture, demonstration, and hands-on cooking experience in stocks, soups and sauces; egg dishes; seafood, poultry and meats; vegetables; pastas; rice and other grains; herbs and salads; fruits; breads; and pastry and other desserts. Ethnic and regional cuisine, the history of food, menu planning, equipment handling, nutrition, food writing, the economics of running a restaurant, the study of wines, field trips, and sanitation training are incorporated into the curriculum. State-of-the-Art Demonstration and Kitchen Facility Your hands-on learning experience will be enhanced in our extra-spacious kitchens, which boast the latest
Transcript: Boston University By Rachel Thomas History: Boston University was established in 1839 in Boston Massachusetts Students: Boston University has a total of about 31,000 students. Athletics: Last year men’s basketball, men’s cross country, women’s soccer, women’s tennis captured conference titles, and the women’s ice hockey team reached the NCAA title game. Enterance Requirements: SAT and ACT in Chemistry, Foreign Language, Math 2 etc. Cost: The total cost for a resident at Boston Univesity ( including books, school supplies room, meals etc) is $56,922 If I go to Boston university I want to do either the Graduate Program for Neuroscience or the Master of Criminal Justice course Alumni: James Billings, Fred Allen, Jay Adelson, Fran Brill, Linda Barnes and many more Citation: - www.wikipedia.org - http://www.bu.edu/finaid/cost/index.html - http://www.bu.edu/ http://www.bu.edu/admissions/apply/freshman/program-requirements/ The End
Transcript: 14 million subscribers on YouTube Received her Masters in Sports Psychology and Counseling from BU College of Fine Arts (CFA) Faculty includes members of the Boston Symphony Orchestra Exhibits and over 400 concerts each year College of General Studies (CGS) innovative team-teaching system with a two-year program in the liberal arts and sciences Graduate with a degree from one of the other 8 degree granting schools and colleges College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences: Sargent College (SAR) Only university in New England to have three nationally ranked health programs all place in the top 25. Boston University Men's Hockey Team member Postition: Forward 16 time Hockey East Top Performer Undergraduate Schools & Colleges About BU "Crazy Eyes" in "Orange is the New Black" Classical Voice, CFA '05 Fun fact: Uzo is running the Boston Marathon this year! Our Campus Matt Nieto, San Jose Sharks Campus Life design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi Jenna Mourey (AKA Jenna Marbles) Psy, South Korean Recording Artist Uzo Aduba Student Life Our Reputation Academics Ph.D. in systematic theology from Boston University in 1955. A large, 4-year, private university Co-ed Large city, urban setting Offers bachelor's master's and doctoral degrees Our Faculty Enrolled in BU's SMG before transferring to Berklee College of Music Undergraduate Schools & Colleges 78% of full-time faculty have a PhD or equivalent 2 Pulitzer Prize winners 2 Nobel Prize winners (Elie Wiesel teaches undergraduates) Boston, MA School of Education (SED) Majors: bilingual education, deaf studies, early childhood education, elementary education, special education Teaching disciplines: English, history and social science, mathematics, modern foreign language and science School of Hospitality Administration (SHA) Total of 800+ hours of field experience by the time of graduation Requires an international experience. School of Management (SMG) #25 in the U.S. for undergraduate business programs. Curriculum focusing on connections between all management disciplines: finance, strategy, marketing, accounting, negotiation, information systems and operations #37 among the Best Global Universities—U.S. News & World Report Top 50 research universities and top 100 among America’s Top Colleges—Forbes #11 among schools with the most students studying abroad—Open Doors #23 in the nation for undergraduate business programs—Bloomberg Businessweek Why I Chose BU Things to Do Martin Luther King, Jr. Boston University Over 500 Clubs including: Greek life Community Service Theater & Arts Intramural & Club Sports 23 Division 1 NCAA Sports Hockey • Crew Basketball • Softball Field Hockey • Soccer FitRec State of the art fitness & recreational center 30ft. tall rock climbing wall College of Arts & Sciences (CAS) Popular majors: Biology, Political Science, International Relations, etc. Over 70 majors! College of Communication (COM) 3 majors: Film & TV, Journalism, Mass Communication, Advertising & Public Relations College of Engineering (ENG) 3 majors: Biomedical, Electrical and computer, Mechanical #14 Biomedical Engineering in the nation—U.S. News & World Report Student/Faculty Ratio 13:1 Average Class Size 27 Student Body 30,009 Undergraduate 15,834 Libraries 24 Laboratories 2,003 Undergraduate Schools & Colleges Guess that Alumni! Rules: If you know who the person is, shout it out! Prize: Terrier pride Dream school since freshman year Medical hub of the world Highly renowned internationally Where I felt belonged the most, and where I could thrive as both a student and professional Red Sox, 2013 World Series Champions Five minute walk from BU Discounted Red Sox Student Tickets Boston Bruins, 2011 Stanley Cup Champions House of Blues Sam Smith, The 1975, Walk the Moon, Hozier, etc. New York City, only 4 hours away!
Transcript: Colleges School of Education School of Law School of Medicine School of Social Work School of Theology PLUS Honors College Graduate School of Medical Sciences Graduate School of Arts & Sciences large dormitory style West Campus (Sleeper, Rich, & Claflin Halls) Warren Towers Slightly smaller dormitory style The Towers Shelton Hall Myles Standish Hall Brownstones StuVi I & II Sustainability Fitness Resources The Howard Thurman Center Traditions GO TERRIERS The best thing about BU is the people you'll meet now what? “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” -Dr. Howard Thurman Dining Breadwinners, BU Pub, Buick Street Market, Domino's, Dunkin Donuts, einstein Bros, Extreme Pita, Healthy Blends, Late Nite Cafe, Olecito, Papa John's, Raising Cane's, Starbucks, Subway, Bowls & rolls, Charles River Bread Co., Amalfi Oven, Copper Kettles, Cranberry Farms, Jamba Juice, Loose Leafs, Panda Express, Rhett's, & More! only free-range organic eggs used #proudtoBU College of Engineering Charles River Campus Declared one of the greenest colleges in the US by the Princeton Review Metropolitan College & Extended Education BU Men's Ice Hockey Dean of students Kenneth Elmore Fast Facts Recycling & composting in every dining hall and dormitory 3 big dining halls Marciano Commons (East Campus) Warren Towers (Central Campus) Fresh Food Company (West Campus) FitRec www.bu.edu/admissions/apply Splash Marathon Monday Lobster Night The BU Beach Baseball games at Fenway Ice Hockey Track & Tennis Center College of General Studies Nickerson Field Commonwealth Avenue, Boston MA 02215 DeWolfe Boathouse 5 national championship wins 21 frozen four appearances 29 Beanpot titles The Best fans in hockey east Fair trade coffee served in all dining halls College of Arts & Sciences School of Hospitality Administration Aquatic Center w/ competition & rec pools, wave pool, & spa Climbing Wall Dance Theater Elevated Jogging Track Gymnasia Credit & Noncredit classes Raquetball & Squash Courts dodgeball wiffleball broomball kickball softball Walter Brown Arena Sargent College of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences locally-grown fruits & vegetables coffee & conversation tea time www.bucultureshock.com Free Rosetta Stone Book Club BU Inspire Dorms 30,000 undergraduate & graduate students from more than 140 countries 10,000 faculty & staff 16 colleges 250+ fields of study 2 main campuses in Boston Charles River & Medical Campus Programs on 6 continents 24 libraries 2,022 laboratories 500+ student organizations 23 varsity, 32 club, & 16 intramural sport teams College of Communication Intramural Sports flag football soccer basketball ice hockey volleyball School of Public Health
Transcript: Boston University Kate Secor The Boston University campus. Boston Terriers! Boston University is a private, non-profit college. You usually go for four years, but it depends on what program you want to take. Tuition: $42,400. Room: $8,600. Board: $4,590. Books and Supplies: $1000. Other Fees: $594. Student Body Makeup- Asian American: 14%, African American: 3.2%, Hispanic: 8.6%, International: 11.6%, Native American: 0.2%, White: 50.6%, and Other 11.8%. Admission Requirements- Score over 1230 on the SAT and over 26 on the ACT. You need at least a GPA of 3.53. Usually Boston University has 3,900 incoming freshmen. Total Applications: 38,275. Total Acceptances: 22,187. Total Enrollment: 32,439. They have a 49% acceptance rate. Scholarships and grants are available for students. Students can also apply for summer financial aid. Boston University offers housing, dining, 24 hour emergency phone, 24 hour security night patrols, and 24 hour night transportation. Some clubs you can join at Boston University are choral club, drama/theatre club, marching band, newspaper (student run), radio station (student run), television station (student run). To get in to Boston University you must take four years of English, three to four years of Math, three to four years of laboratory science, three to four years of history and/or social sciences, and two to four years of foreign language. You also need teacher and counselor recommendations, activities outside of school that relate to Boston University interests, and you're most likely to get in if you enroll and excel in the most challenging classes. To receive a Bachelor's degree at Boston University you need 128 credits. To graduate from Boston University you must complete an intern program and a senior project. Boston University's school mascot! The Boston Terrier! He is wearing the school colors which are white and scarlet. The psychology department at Boston University is where I would go to study school counseling! The lecture hall at Boston University. Careercruising.com http://www.bu.edu/admissions/bu-basics/fast-facts/ http://www.bu.edu/admissions/apply/ http://www.bu.edu/abroad/apply-go/finances-and-financial-aid/financial-aid/ http://www.collegedata.com/cs/data/college/college_pg05_tmpl.jhtml?schoolId=146 http://www.bu.edu/admissions/apply/freshman/ http://www.newenglandmagazine.com/boston-university/ http://www.goterriers.com/rewards/index.html http://ibostonterrier.com/2012/03/news-how-did-boston-university-choose-the-boston-terrier-as-their-mascot/ http://collegeapps.about.com/od/phototours/ss/boston-university-photo-tour_9.htm http://www.bu.edu/psych/ http://soundfxnow.com/sound-fx/porky-pig-thats-all-folks/
Transcript: The size of the campus is 133 acers football is a popular sport at Boston University BOSTON UNIVERSITY boston university Boston university is located in boston arts, science, hospitality, and fine arts are the popular areas of study BOSTON UNIVERSITY WAS ESTABLISHED IN 1839 . ITS A PRIVATE SCHOOL. 30,823 IS THE SCHOOL'S STUDENT BODY. TUITION IS 42,400 AND BOOK SUPPLIES = 1,000 the popular student activities are, men and womens baketball, m/W ICE HOCKEY, AND SOFTBALL.
Transcript: Boston University Minimum Degree Level needed: Bachelor's degree Required GPA: 3.44 and above Career Elective: Accounting Program of Study: TCB (Technology, Communications, & Business) Clubs/Organizations: FBLA (Future Business Leaders of America) Financial Adviser Learning styles, Color personality and Brain Hemisphere Work Experience Secretary N.C. Reading Association Dec. 20, 2010 - Jan. 14, 2012 Financial Adviser Chase Bank Jan. 27 2012 - Dec. 28 2012 References William Collins Teacher/FBLA Adviser 903 Trollinger Rd, Graham, NC 27253 336-570-6440 email@example.com Beth Taylor Counselor 903 Trollinger Rd, Graham, NC 27253 336-570-6440 firstname.lastname@example.org Bert Preston Uncle 1825 Yellow Stone Ln, Burlington, NC 27215 336-589-0024 email@example.com Resume Location: Boston, Massachusetts Major to take: Banking & Financial Law Tuition cost: $43, 970 Lowest Acceptable SAT/ACT scores: ACT: 30 SAT: 2016 Fall Admission deadline: Dec. 1st Sophia Preston 16725 Spring Branch Dr, Graham, NC 85678 919-725-3487 Education: Boston University April 17, 2010 Bachelor Degree Graham HS June 5, 2006 Deploma Skills & Abilities: Keyboarding Bilingual Great Leader Works well with others Financial Advisor Auditory learner Sophia has always been an outstanding learner once someone has explained instructions. Everything she turns in are perfectly written and explained, details are very accurate. Gold/Green Sophia is a very structured, serious, person. She always has to be in charge, and everything has to go her way, she's definitely a perfectionist Left hemisphere The left hemisphere is very structural, no non-sense side of the brain. She is very straight forward and is very get to the point.
Transcript: Majors/Minors: The one's I would like to study: Financial Aid: 65% Acceptance rate Selectivity: 37% Private University Diversity Percentage: 53.6%, more than half of the population Work Study Given based on need basis, FAFSA. Able to lose work study if don't have a job by October. Dining plan: Unlimited Meals: Unlimited Dining Points: $370 ($185 per semester) Rate Per year: $5,120 14-Plus Plan 14 per week $470 ($235 per semester) $4,830 9-Plus Plan 9 per week $810 ($405 per semester) $4,830 Kosher Plan 10 per week $510 ($255 per semester) $4,830 330 Plan 330 per year (165 per semester) $570 ($285 per semester) $4,830 250 Plan 250 per year (125 per semester) $1,100 ($550 per semester) $4,830 Dormitory-Style: Double, triple, and quad room (standard minimum rate) $9,200 Multiple-occupancy room in suite $9,790 Suite in 1019 Commonwealth Avenue or Kilachand Hall $10,440 Double room in suite in 33 Harry Agganis Way $11,180 Single without private bath $11,980 Single room in suite in 33 Harry Agganis Way $12,810 Single with private bath $12,850 Apartment-Style: Apartment with two or more students $12,070 Single room in an apartment $14,510 Single room in a four-person apartment in Student Village (10 Buick Street and 33 Harry Agganis Way) $15,290 Single room in a two-person apartment in Student Village (10 Buick Street and 33 Harry Agganis Way) $15,760 Apartment with one student $16,140 African American Studies minor African Studies minor African Languages & Literatures minor American Studies BA minor Anthropology BA minor Anthropology & Religion BA Medical Anthropology minor Archaeology BA minor Astronomy BA minor Astronomy & Physics BA Astrophysics & Space Physics BA/MA Geophysics & Planetary Sciences BA Biochemistry & Molecular Biology; Biotechnology BA BA/MA Biology BA minor Behavioral Biology Specialization BA Cell Biology, Molecular Biology & Genetics Specialization BA Ecology & Conservation Biology Specialization BA Neurobiology Specialization BA Quantitative Biology Specialization BA Business Administration & Management minor Chemistry BA BA/MA minor Chemistry: Biochemistry BA Teaching of Chemistry BA Classical Studies BA/MA Ancient Greek BA minor Ancient Greek & Latin BA Classical Civilization BA minor Classics & Philosophy BA Classics & Religion BA Latin BA minor Modern Greek minor Myth Studies minor Communication minor Computer Science BA BA/MS minor Dance minor Earth & Environment Earth Sciences BA BA/MA minor There's even more than this, to find out more in link: http://www.bu.edu/cas/academics/undergraduate-education/majors-minors/ They have all my favorites The one's they offer: Don't go around saying the world owes you a living. The world owes you nothing. It was here first. - Mark Twain Enrolled: 33,747 $57,184 Room and Board Meal Plans Living Continued: Location: Creative Writing Astronomy Graphic Design Japanese African American Studies African Studies Journalism Directing/Theatrical Production Boston, Massachusetts. Urban territory 13,190, on campus room & board More Things 1291 Miles away Boston University
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