You're about to create your best presentation ever

Cu Boulder Presentation Template

Create your presentation by reusing one of our great community templates.

CU Boulder

Transcript: There are several different types of extracurricular activities. And they have many different genre’s. Such as Their D1 athletics, They also have activities like sororities. They also have many more for all types of things you also have the ability to create a group for any extracurricular activity you want. Although you already have 85 different ones to choose from. Number of students enrolled In fall 2009, 30,196 degree seeking students are enrolled to CU Boulder Of 5,519 freshman, 3,227(58.5%) are colorado residents, 2,292(41.5%) are non-residents. Degrees offered (associate’s, bachelor’s, master’s doctorate, etc. CU boulder offers undergraduate majors, graduate degree programs, combined bachelor’s/master’s program, and academic enrichment program. Cost and Tuition Per Year CU Boulder M.A.P.S & ACT/ SAT Requirement Majors or certificates offered Degrees Freshmen can be awarded up to $5,500; Sophomores, $6,500; Juniors and Seniors, $7,500. Independent students may borrow an additional amount of unsubsidized loans; freshmen and sophomores, $4,000; juniors and seniors, $5,000. To get a Bachelor's Degree you need a total of 4 years passing all class with at least a C Financial Aid Warm-Up Yoaideth G, Carina S, Petra S,Gabriel W, Bianca G Get your chrome-books and go to CU Boulder's website and list 2 things you like or need to attend CU Boulder. (watch video) MAPS (Minimum Academic Preperation Standards.) The lowest score accepted by CU Boulder is a 23. The Average ACT for undergrads is a 26 Average GPA 3.56 Extracurricular Activity's offered Arts & Sciences | Environmental Design | Education- $10,971 Business-$15,555 Engineering-$13,971 Journalism/Music-$11,283 3,400 courses each year 150 ares of study The certificates offered are Arts and Sciences, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Music, Leeds School of Business, Study and Practices of Leadership, Digital Media, International Media, and Energy.

CU Boulder presentation

Transcript: "Beyond the Day of Service how would you engage CU Boulder residence hall students in service?" Residential Campus Experience Experience Engaging Students In Service 'Student-led, staff-supported model' Volunteer Fairs Give A Day Better Boulder Better World Poverty Awareness Week Eye Contact Buffalo Can Challenge Alternative Breaks ... Partnering, planning and collaborating with... The Volunteer Resource Center HDS Residential Academic Programs (RAPs) and Living Learning Communities (LLCs) Outreach & Engagement Office The Institute for Ethical and Civic Engagement Community Partners Service, community engagement and experiential learning possibilities exist in each RAP and LLC Baker - Environmental Science service and experiential learning opportunities Communication & Society - Exploring social problems Farrand - Community engagement within the larger frame of society and culture Leadership Residential Academic Program - focus on the study and practice of leadership for the purpose of educating culturally competent leaders who champion an ethic of civic and social responsibility. Sustainability & Social Innovation / Sustainable By Design "How would you work with Hall Directors (HDs), Resident Advisors (RAs), and other campus staff to get residence hall students involved in service?" We are all partners in educating students to be ethical, responsible, thoughtful and engaged community members. “So…tell us about yourself.” Whitworth University Resident Counselor American International School - Salzburg, Austria Seattle University Stanford Summer College ACUHO-I Internship Seattle University Center for Service & Community Engagement UW Tacoma's STEPS Mentoring Program Don't Force It Student-leaders are crucial for promoting awareness, personal outreach, recruitment, training and educating peers Robbie Lang University of Colorado Boulder Coordinator for Service Learning Candidate Campus Interview Presentation December 17th, 2013

Now you can make any subject more engaging and memorable