Transcript: CMU Presented by Karlee Koshorek for CMU classes classes SUBTOPIC 1 Pictures PICTURES SUBTOPIC 2 SUBTOPIC 2 Timeline TIMELINE Map MAP Chart CHART student class hours Central Michigan University has a total undergraduate enrollment of 17,845, with a gender distribution of 43 percent male students and 57 percent female students. students usually take 5-6 hours of classes a day. CMU athletics More than 10,000 Chips compete on intramural teams and in club sports, in one of the nation’s largest intramural programs. TOPIC 4
Transcript: CMU Opened doors September 13, 1892 In 1906 the school surpassed 1000 students The name of the school has changed 3 times since opening Over 300 student organizations and clubs 25 different sororities and fraternaties Activites include on campus jobs, intermural sports, leaderships opportunities, etc.. Last years basketball record was 23-9 Chippewas football have played in 5 bowls in the last 7 years Top sports include basketball, football and baseball Sweeney - Education and human services, 2 bedroom suites, private bathroom Towers- 1 Bedroom suites, computer lab center Emmons- health professions, 2 bedroom suites, fitness center By being apart of the cmu student body it will help me create bonds It encourages me to do well in school My future is here http://www.cmuchippewas.com/sports/m-baskbl/spec-rel/1314-quick-facts.html https://www.cmich.edu/Pages/default.aspx BACKGROUND INFO: Student Life Dorm Halls Sources: Personal Impact Sports Leadership Safari
Transcript: Restate the Problem "So the problem is..." Use and extend children's vocabulary, substituting neutral words for hurtful or judgemental words if need. Be prepared to give follow-up support. Acknowledge the children's accomplishments. "You solved the problem!" Stay near by in case anyone is not happy with the solution to the and the process needs repeating. Step 2 Step One Gather Information Ask,"What's the problem." Don not ask "why" questions so that the children can focus on the problem rather than understanding the reasons behind it. High Scope Curriculum Conflict Resolution Place yourself between the children, on their level; use a calm voice and gentle touch; remain neutral rather than take sides. Approach Calmly, Stopping any Hurting Action Step 4 Ask for solutions and choose one together "What can we do to solve this problem?" Encourage children to think of a solution but offer options if children are unable to at first. Results: Step 6 Step 3 Acknowledge children's feelings. Say something like, "you look very upset." Let children know you will have to hold any object in question. Step 5
Transcript: GPA- 3.0 ACT- 20-24 CMU has a 22:1 student teacher ratio Fun Fact Location For one Semester Tuition cost Outstanding High School Student Scholarship Academic Honors Scholarship In State- $10,740 Out of State- $23,670 Houseing- Prerequisites Programs Scholarships Computer Science Pre-Law Psychology $8,212
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Transcript: Kalee Nicholson STUDY ABROAD My Major: Oh, the places you can go! Get ahead Enhance your education Learn a foreign language Affordability Life long friends worldwide! Central Michigan University
Transcript: Carnegie Mellon University Demographics Demographics Carnegie Mellon University Pittsburgh, PA Urban Setting Known for Computer Science, Engineering, Robotics, and Fine Arts www.cmu.edu Campus Life Campus Life Over 280 Clubs and Activities 43 Varsity, Club, and Intramural Sports Greek Life (18% of students) School Traditions Booth Buggy Spring Carnival Kiltie Bagpipe Band Admissions Admissions Application Fee: $75 Early Decision Deadline: November 1 Regular Decision Deadline: January 1 Acceptance Rate: 18% Total Students: 6,896 Student to Faculty Ratio: 13:1 Requirements Application Package Application Package Transcript Extracurricular Activities Essays Recommendation Letters Test Scores Admissions Requirements Admissions Requirements High Test Scores Evidence of Leadership/Service Strong Recommendations Academic Success Extracurricular Activities Required Tests Required Tests SAT or ACT Average SAT: 1430-1560 Average ACT: 32 Engineering, Science, or Computer Science: SAT Math II SAT Physics, Chemistry, or Biology Information Systems or Humanities and Social Sciences: SAT Math I or II Another SAT Subject Test Business: SAT Math II Another SAT Subject Test Fine Arts: No SAT Subject Tests Required High School Classes 4 years of English 4 years of math 3 electives 3 years of science 2 years of history 2 years of a foreign language High School Classes Finances Finances Tuition: $54,244/yr Fees: $1,221/yr Housing: $2,874/yr Cost/Year: $58,339 Total Cost: $233,356 Types of Aid: Student Loans, Grants, Work-Study Undergraduates Receiving Aid: 76% GPA Required for Aid: 2.0
Transcript: CMU Tutorial Learning Center (TLC) : 970.248.1392 Houston Hall 113 Educational Access Services (EAS) : 970.248.1856 Houston Hall 108 Money is the top reason why people don't get a college degree. Learn to manage it. Limit borrowing. Get an on-campus job. Resources "What Now?" FAFSA Student Services 970-248-1366 #datclassdoe Until... Build a healthy routine. Prioritize. Demonstrate discipline. Other Recognize your struggles. All of us need help from time to time. Use your resources to clean out your junk drawer. If you haven't, do it. If you have, know your limits and work out a budget. Recognize that everything won't always be okay. Junk Drawer firstname.lastname@example.org Would you throw your away backstage pass to your favorite concert? Party ...You Find Your Momentum Who Are We & Why Are We Here? There is no better way to be successful. Be honest about the need to study. 2:1 Rule. Listen to professor feedback. Visit professors' office hours! Get to know professors. Ask questions. Use your resources. Stay organized. Every professor is required to hold office hours. It's your backstage pass. Exhale. Everybody's been dealt the same cards. Student Wellness Center - Medical and Behavioral Health Services 970.256.6345 1060 Orchard Avenue, Suite N Grand Junction, CO 81501 Suicide Prevention Hotline - 1.800.273.8255 Mentors - Fran, Jesse & Rose 970.248.1765 Get to know your friends, know who you don't know -- ultimately, know yourself. Know an unsafe situation when you see it. Resist temptation and remember the real reason for being here. Go. To. Class. Find myself Stranger Danger Make new friends Get good grades What Am I Doing Here? Campus Safety Resources: In an Emergency - 911 GJPD - 970.242.6707 Safe Walk Program - 970.260.2683 MavRides - 970.248.2222 Sexual Assault Response Team - 970.270.5895 Fran Morales Jesse Scott Rose Willett It's Tuesday Night - What Are You Doing?! Avoid peer pressure Mentor - [ ˈmenˌtôr, -tər ] an experienced and trusted advisor someone whose hindsight can become your insight 970-248-1765 Everybody gets homesick. Money, academics, safety all matter, but... Motivation matters most. If you don't want this, and are willing to what it takes, no one can make you want it. What Am I Doing Here?
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