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Transcript: Located in Providence, Rhode Island Brown University The Location Brown University is 247.2 Miles away from Brick,NJ. Brown is located in a very suburban setting, much like that of Brick. It is medium-sized, at 146 acres with 47 buildings. Charges Room and Board Fees It is $14,020 for room and board fees Room and Board Fees It is $52,231 for one semester at Brown University. Tuition Fee The applacation fee to apply for Brown University is $75. The Application Fee Four years at Brown costs $273,637. Tuition for Four Years Tuition for Four Years Acceptance Section Average 25th Percentile Math 750 720 Reading 38 36 Writing 37 36 Composite 1500 1440 SAT SCORES SAT SCORES The acceptance rate for Brown is 9% Acceptance Rate Acceptance Rate SAT or ACT Scores GPA The Application Essay Top Three Requirements Top Three Requirements More Facts!! Brown University opened in 1764 Brown University opened in 1764 Brown University is a private institution. The mascot is Bruno The Bear! Biology, Economics, and Computer Science are the top three majors at Brown. Famous Alumni Include: Emma Watson (A Famous Actress, Model, and Activist) Famous Roles Include: Hermione Jean Granger from Harry Potter, Sam from The Perks of Being A Wallflower, and Belle from Beauty and the Beast. She earned a bachelors degree in English Literature and graduated in the class of 2014. JFK Jr. (Journalist, Lawyer, Publisher) He earned a bachelors degree in American Studies and graduated in the class of 1983. The Tradition in Honor of Josiah Carberry Josiah S. Carberry is a legendary fictional professor of psychocerami... Josiah S. Carberry is a legendary fictional professor of psychoceramics (the study of cracked pots) who was created as a joke in 1929. Every Friday the 13th, students celebrate Carberry Day in honor of his fictional academic accomplishments. Every Carberry Day, the campus is filled with small brown jugs that students and faculty fill with change. The money goes to a fund in memory of Carberry’s ‘future late wife Laura’. Sports! A LEVEL SPORTS Men's Skiing Men's and Women's Ultimate Frisby Men's Volleyball B LEVEL SPORTS Kendo Badmitton Figure Skating

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Transcript: The graduates get a little of an upper hand if you might say. Brown received more than 9,470 applications. Brown admitted only 1,400, or 15% of applicants. Admission The dorms are not as small as you think! Ninety-four percent of the applicants were the top 10% in their high school class, talk about a challenge just to apply. Dorms and student life Who even said it would be so easy to get enrolled in a school this challenging! Welcome to Brown University! The historical, entertaining, and beautiful Providence has adventure and fun at almost every turn! The admissions are a little picky with 28,742 students applying for undergraduates its kind of hard to believe that only 2,759 students get accepted! That's only 9.6% of all applicants. Brown's motto is: In Deo Speramus. Its latin for In God We Hope. Campus Life and Surroundings About Brown There is a HUGE Imax Movie theatre only 20 mins. away. There's also a Cheesecake Factory, and TONS of great CHEAP restaurants. After all a school like this wouldn't be that great with small dorms. Located in Providence, Rhode Island. ACT (25-75th Percentile) Composite: 28-33 English: 28-34 Math: 27-34 % Submitting ACT: 27% Brown University is an Ivy League University (one of the eight best universities in the country) and was founded in 1764. Thus making it also one of the seventh oldest colleges in the country! With a student body of 8,768: 48% Males 52% Females It is a leading research university 143 acres wide! Enough space for its students if you ask me. What Providence has to offer Tuition The tuition payments are a little intimidating. Undergraduate tuition: $42,808 Room, board, and required fees: $12,208 Leading to a total cost of: $55,016! It might be expensive, but it is totally worth it. Academics S.A.T., and A.C.T. SAT Total: 1990-2290 Critical Reading: 660-760 Math: 670-770 Writing: 660-760 % Submitting SAT: 93% Besides the normal popularity of this school..... THE Emma Watson ( Harry Potter Films actress) Just so happened to study and had a great time at brown! Offering about 2,000 courses each year in more than 40 academic departments makes Brown ideal for almost anyone to find what they are looking for in their education. Ranging in over 70 programs from Egyptology to Cognitive Neuroscience for undergraduates,and molecular pharmacology and physiology to acting and directing for graduates. That's about enough said here. Anything's possible at Brown. And proud home of the Brown Bears Oh my! I almost forgot to mention! The University campus isn't the only place you could spend your time! Have you forgotten about the beautiful city of Providence?

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Transcript: Co-ed A typical dorm is provided with a twin bed, desk and chair, a dresser, a trash can, recycling bucket, bookcase, and closet. Each room has a phone jack, computer networking (one tap per resident), and access to Brown's cable TV system 2 students per dorm room Resources Volleyball Gymnastics Sailing Karate Extracirricular Activities Electives Costs Brown University Financial Aids Majors Courses Extra Information Name: Faith Elliott Possible Major: Psychology College Name: Brown University Location: Providence, Rhode Island Total One Academic Year Cost All Residents: $56,376 Tuition for all Residents: $42,808 Room and Board Expense: $11,258 Books and Supplies: $1,360 Other Fees: $950 The cost per year to attend Brown University:$56,376 For families with total income below $100,000, the loan of the financial aid award is replaced with additional scholarship. For families with total income below $150,000, reduced loans are awarded. Families with total incomes above $150,000 receive standard award strategy, which includes loans, student employment, and then scholarship up to the level of need. A medium-sized, 4-year, private university and liberal arts college. This coed college is located in a small city in an urban setting and is primarily a residential campus. It offers bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees. Dorms Chemistry Biology Human Anatomy Calculus Medical Terminology Health Science Physical Science Brown University Total of students attending: 8,768 Average SAT score: 2150 Male to Female Ratio- Male: 45% Female- 55% Colors: Seal Brown, Cardinal Red, and White Art Studies Music Pathology Psychology Geology & Earth Science Dance Volleyball Softball Restaurants Dance Clubs I would consider this University because it has alot of good qualities and it offers alot of different courses and categories for you to take. Brown University

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Transcript: - Only 10.8% were accepted through both Early and Regular Decision - There are nearly 6,000 undergraduate students enrolled in the college -Approximately 80 concentrations (majors) are offered. -Most famous concentrations are Social Sciences (42%), Humanities (26%), Life Sciences (17%), and the Physical Sciences (14%). - Undergraduates can also design an independent concentration if the existing standard programs do not fit their interests. In God We Hope(translation) Early History -1700s <- Brown vs. Harvard Review of Brown University from an Educational Consultant - Location : Providence, Rhode Island - Size : 143 acres, total of 8450 students - Founded year : 1764 Notable Alumni & Faculty - American Private Ivy League research University - Urban Campus - In 1764, Brown University was first established as "College in the English Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations" in Newport, Rhode Island - John, Nicholas, and Moses Brown funded the University and helped the University to move to Providence, Rhode Island. - School of Engineering : Brown has the oldest engineering program in the Ivy League - Main Campus : located on College Hill, with 235 buildings, covering 143 acres <- Watson Institute for International Studies History - 1900s (The New Curriculum) - Alpert Medical School : only less than 2% of those applying through the Standard Route accepted in 2008; offers combined degree programs - Watson Institute for International Studies : center for the analysis of international issues at Brown - Member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) Division I Ivy League athletic conference Dahhoon Jeong - Pembroke Campus : 25~30% of the incoming Freshman class lives on Pembroke Brown in the 1800s Academics - Graduate Lars Onsager, former professor in Brown, Laureate of Nobel Prize of Chemistry (1968) Athletics Horace Mann, class of 1819, regarded as the father of American public education <- University Hall in Main Campus <- Seal History -1800s - Graduate School : around 2,000 students studying over 50 disciplines First Brown President James Manning Academics - Undergraduate Modern History - (2000-2013) Type Traditions - Named "the most fashionable school in the Ivy League" by the fashion trade journal Women's Wear Daily - Students on campus seem to have the strongest sense of personal style - In 1969 The "New Curriculum" - also called "Open Curriculum" was adopted after a student movement within the University. -This "New Curriculum" granted the freedom of designing majors and selecting courses without any requirement courses for graduation. Also, students often could attend lectures without registering in the course(getting a grade) - By establishment of this system, Brown is called liberal(not necessarily political) even to this day. - This viewpoint later triggers a student movement, instituting the "New Curriculum" Brown University Motto : In Deo Speramus(Latin) - Brown's grading system had been simplified to A/B/C/No credit in the 1900s. But in 2006, there was some debate whether to reintroduce +/- grading system. The College Curriculum Council voted this down(+/- grading system was not reestablished) Seal and Motto - East Campus : 10 acres (40,000 m2) of land and 26 buildings Trivia : Emma Watson, actor in Harry Potter movie series, attended Brown, but did not yet graduate. She does not study at Brown at this moment, though Student Life - Ranked #1 for America's Happiest College Students, according to the Princeton Review 2010 rankings - In 1850, Brown President Francis Wayland wrote: "The various courses should be so arranged that, insofar as practicable, every student might study what he chose, all that he chose, and nothing but what he chose." - 37 varsity intercollegiate teams Basic information - Spring Weekend : Brown replaced the traditional Junior Week and Junior Prom, which were discontinued during World War II, with Spring Weekend, which featured athletic contests and dances. Concerts featuring invited performers began in 1960, including Bob Dylan, U2, Bruce Springsteen, Janis Joplin, James Brown and Snoop Dogg - "Alma Mater" : The song "Alma Mater" was written by James Andrews DeWolf (Class of 1861) in 1860, who named it "Old Brown" and set it to the tune of "Araby's Daughter" (which was later known as "The Old Oaken Bucket"). The song was renamed "Alma Mater", after the incipit, in 1869. It is sung and played after varsity athletic victories and at formal events such as Convocation and Commencement. - In July 2007, Brown University formed the Brown/RISD Dual Degree Program, which allowed students to pursue an A.B. degree at Brown and a B.F.A. degree at RISD simultaneously, by a five-year program - In honor of Nicholas Brown, the University is renamed "Brown University"

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Transcript: Brown University has many intriguing courses to offer. Screenwriting I Introductory Calculus, Part I Introductory Calculus, Part II Linear Algebra Harmonic Convergence: Music’s Intersection with Science, Mathematics, History and Literature The Brain: An Introduction to Neuroscience Exploring Neural Data Experimental Neurobiology Critical Reasoning Doctors and Patients- Clinical Communication in Medicine 30,944 people have applied, 2,757 have been admitted Brief History Men are offered less sports than women (and less cool sports except for baseball) Men's sports include... Brown's "vibrant, diverse community" consists of 6,400 undergraduates, 2,000 graduate students and 450 medical students. Revolting Bodies: Aesthetics, Representation, and Popular Culture Introduction to Cultural Anthropology The Anthropology of Violence Methods of Applied Mathematics I Methods of Applied Mathematics II Statistical Inference I Introduction to Human Physiology Cell and Molecular Biology Principles of Immunology Principles of Physiology Equilibrium, Rate, and Structure Organic Chemistry The Idea of Self Minimum GPA is 3.00 (4.00 scale) Greek Mythology The American Presidents and the Western Tradition Children's Thinking: The Nature of Cognitive Development Introduction to Creative Nonfiction Introduction to Creative Nonfiction (2) German for Reading World of Food: Personal to Global Perspectives on Nutrition, Agriculture, and Policy Courses Basketball Crew Cross Country Equestrian Fencing Field Hockey Golf Gymnastics Ice Hockey Lacrosse Does not discriminate based on religion, ethnicity, sexuality, gender, etc. The different people in the community of Brown University are "really diverse", and there are "people from different races, different countries, and different walks of life". As of 2014, the acceptance rate is 8.6%, Traditions ‘Brown Morning Mail’ is sent via Email and it lists all the different workshops and talks for the day, the different volunteer opportunities and of course club events. Baseball Basketball Crew Cross Country Fencing Football Golf Ice Hockey Brown University teams are known as the "Brown Bears" Ivy league Getting In Each year on Halloween at midnight, students gather in Sayles Hall with pillows and blankets to listen to spooky songs on the largest remaining Hutchings-Votey organ in the world. Was initially founded in 1764 Founded in Warren, Rhode Island Moved to hill overlooking Providence Named the "College of Rhode Island" Renamed in 1804 after Nicholas Brown, who gifted $5,000 Third college in New England Seventh college in America Women's Sports Community Lacrosse Soccer Squash Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & field Water Polo Wrestling Brown University Men's Quantitative Methods for Psychological Sciences Sleep and Chronobiology Research Abnormal Psychology Principles of Economics Financial Accounting Intermediate Microeconomics History of Economic Thought Introduction to Econometrics Good, Evil, and Inbetween Critical Reading and Writing I: The Academic Essay Critical Reading and Writing I: The Academic Essay Reading French in the Arts and Sciences The American Civil War Fiction I Van Wickle Gates open twice a year; when first-year-students walk in and are welcomed by the community, and outward for when students who have finished are leaving and going into the "real world" (there are still other exits, obviously) Regular Courses Women's Sports Men's Sports Online Courses Women are offered more sports than men Women's sports include... Professors are "approachable" and willing to talk to you or help you if you are struggling with something. Rugby Skiing Soccer Softball Squash Swimming & Diving Tennis Track & Field Volleyball Water Polo Case Studies in Maternal and Child Health Basic Physics (3) Basic Physics (4) Persuasive Communication Meditation and the Brain: Applications in Basic and Clinical Science An Introduction to Contemplative Studies Studio Foundation 3-D Foundation Drawing With Watercolor People are known to be "driven, smart, intellectually curious and happy individuals"

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Transcript: It is a Private Ivy League University founded in 1764.​ It is a very diverse school filled with people with different nationalities. ​ Emma Watson graduated from Brown!​ Bruno the Bear is the mascot! Admission Requirements What I would pursue at Brown! The major I would pursue the most is Psychology. You can become a psychologist with a major in psychology. The classes you should take in high school to prepare you for a major in college are AP Psych, social sciences, have a strong foundation in algebra, and English, writing, and speech. Financial Aid Options: Sources: Brown University! Fun facts! Tuition! Roger Williams Park Roger Williams Park Zoo The clock tower! Cav Resturant Athenaeum Library Things to do around/near Brown University: Have a 3.0 minimum GPA. High SAT and Act scores Midyear Report Secondary school Record The total amount for tuition including everything is: $59,428 The cost for housing is:$7,416 The cost for meals is:$4,578 Student Employment Loans Unanticipated Expenses will be covered and there will be aid. Meal Plans Thank You! By: Dhiya Suresh

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Transcript: Extra curricular activities Mission Brown offers about 2,000 courses each year. There's more than 40 academic departments. They offer undergraduate degrees as well as graduate programs. Students are free to create their own course of study. Brown students are required to pass a minimum of 30 courses. They offer nearly 80 standard majors that lead to either Sc.B, A.B., or PH.D degree. Academics Location At CC need-based financial aid is the primary consideration in awarding aid, but they also award merit-based aid as well to a select group of applicants. There's three different merit-based scholarships available for students. Required Documents: FAFSA College Board CSS/ Financial Aid profile Noncustodial parent profile (If applicable) Signed copies of parents' and student's federal income tax returns and Parents' and student's W-2 forms Admissions Financial Aid The housing provided at Cornell has three different housing options. One is "Connect floors" which is for first year students, "Living and learning communities" is available to upper class students, and lastly is "Substance free floors" which is available to all students. Students will have a roommate while in housing. The school will assign roommates. Financial Aid Location Financial Aid Admission All students are requires to live in college housing. First years students live in one of three traditional residence halls (Loomis, Slocum, or Mathias), Sophomores live in the larger buildings or pursue specific interests through a specialized housing programs (Living Learning Community, or Language houses). Small houses are also available to sophomores as well as Juniors. Seniors have to option to stay on campus of to live off campus. CC students are guaranteed on-campus housing for all four years. The dorms are co-ed, but you can request same-sex housing. Colorado College offers it's students 42 majors and 33 minors. At CC, you take one class for 3 1/2 weeks, get a four day weekend off, and then you begin with a new class. This is known as the "Block Plan." It's four blocks a semester, eight blocks a year, four years total and thirty-two blocks at CC. You can have Majors and minors, but you can also double major. CC wants you to learn in broad environment where you pick up more skills in different areas to help you in life with whatever path you choose. Academics Cornell College Residential Community Admissions Student Population Student Population Residential Community At Cornell, 80% of students come from 47 other states and more than a dozen countries. 25% of each entering class consists of students of color and international students. Students recently listed 33 different choices for the religious preferences. Colorado College is a community of around 2,000 students eager to learn. Colorado College Population "Cornell College offers an innovative and rigorous learning community where faculty and staff collaborate with students to develop the intellectual curiosity, creativity, and moral courage necessary for a lifetime of learning and engaged citizenship." First year students has to have these required materials Common Application with essay Secondary school report form (Submit via the Common App) Official high school transcript, including coursework to date ACT or SAT scores and... Teacher recommendations (Optional but encouraged) (Submit via Common App) "At Colorado College our goal is to provide the finest liberal arts education in the country. Drawing upon the adventurous spirit of the Rocky Mountain West, we challenge students, one course at a time, to develop those habits of intellect and imagination that will prepare them for learning and leadership throughout their lives." Brown University is located in Providence, Rhode Island. Providence is the state capital as well as the second largest city in New England. Brown has the nation's fourth largest collegiate athletic program as well as first largest program for women. There's 900 athletes competing on 37 varsity sport teams. 17 men and 20 for women. The student activities office at Brown University supports 400+ student organizations. Cornell is deeply committed to a need-blind based financial aid for selecting students. They offer a comprehensive range of grants, scholarships, loans, and other assistance. Tuition $36,205 Residence (standard double room) $3800 Residence (single room) $4600 Dining $4700 Fees $225 Other Costs to Consider: Enrollment deposit $300 Estimated Books $800 Parking Permit $45 Private Music Lessons/semester $650 Estimated Personal expenses $675 In State Travel Allowance $1020 Out of State Travel Allowance $2490 "Serve the community, the nation, and the world by discovering, communicating, and preserving knowledge and understanding in a spirit of free inquiry, and by educating and preparing students to discharge the offices of life with usefulness and reputation. We do this through a partnership of students and teachers in a unified community known as a

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