Transcript: Detail 2 Bloodborne Pathogens Monday Whiting Auditorium 8:00 - 11:30 Return to school/lunch - 12:45-1:00 All staff meeting/Announcements - 12:45-1:00 Excellence for Leadership- 1:00- 2:45 Professional Development Week Tuesday Detail 4 Detail 3
Transcript: Michigan State University If you are considering attending Michigan State as a freshman, you should pursue a college preparatory curriculum that at a minimum includes: • four years of English (composition and literature) • three years of math (two years of algebra, one year of geometry). A fourth year of math is preferred. • three years of social studies (history, anthropology, economics, geography, government, political science, psychology, or sociology) • two years of science (biology, chemistry, physics, or earth science) • two years of a single foreign language If you are lacking in one of these areas, it does not mean your application will not be considered. However, a less rigorous curriculum could put you at a disadvantage. MSU encourages students to take honors, Advanced Placement, and International Baccalaureate courses when possible. It is preferable for students to fill course schedules with a majority of core academic courses each marking period, including four each semester during their senior year. Deadlines High School Students Michigan State University uses rolling admission; however, the number of qualified applicants has exceeded available space in recent years. For maximum scholarship consideration, seniors should apply by November 1. (Students applying after November 1 may qualify for scholarships if funds are still available.) Decisions are typically made eight to 12 weeks after all application materials are received. (Please note that an initial admissions decision may be a "withhold" decision, in which a student is asked to provide more information to the Office of Admissions.) November 1 November 1 Scholarship awarding begins November 1. All admitted students are automatically reviewed. Students applying after November 1 should not be discouraged since they may qualify for scholarships if funds are still available. After January 1 Admitted freshmen interested in receiving financial aid should submit their Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) as soon as possible after January 1 of their senior year of high school. February 1 Freshman applicants to the College of Osteopathic Medicine's D.O. Medical Scholars Program must submit an application for admission by February 1. Four weeks after admission/May 1 for fall students All admitted students should submit their Advanced Enrollment Deposit (AED) within four weeks of receiving their admitted student packet. Freshman students starting fall semester must submit their AED no later than the May 1 deadline or their offer of admission may be canceled. After submitting your AED, you may register for housing and select a date for your required Academic Orientation Program (AOP), which fills on a first-come, first-served basis. Cost In-State Freshmen • Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $12,674 • Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan): $8,526 Total for two semesters: $21,200 International Freshmen •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $33,632 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan, including three weeks between fall and spring semesters): $9,322 •Health insurance: $1,450 •Miscellaneous expenses (including books and supplies): $2,880 Total for two semesters: $47,284 Picture Degrees Accounting Advertising Child Development Medical Billing Human Nutrions Journalism Jazz Studies Musicology Nursing Physics Pyscology Yes, I would like to attend Michigan State University, because it offers a lot of degree programs. Also, it's affordable and I would be able to enjoy college and the major I'm pursuing , while still being affordable. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MDKmVGKCrDk&feature=relmfu Thank You For Watching Requirments Body Body Since 1855, veterinary science courses have been taught at Michigan State University, “We have not become a successful veterinary college in isolation,” says Dean Dr. Chris Brown. “We are part of a large complex university with vast resources, a reputation for multidisciplinary collaboration, and a global perspective. Our college has built a strong research base, coupled with a tradition of supporting students in their academic and personal growth. This is a 100-year history of which we are proud.” Credits: Non-Michigan Freshmen •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $32,632 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan): $8,526 Total for two semesters: $41,158 By: De'Nae Williams http://admissions.msu.edu/finances/tuition.asp http://admissions.msu.edu/academics/majors_list.asp http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/highschool_timeline.asp Body Body Tip Founded in 1855 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q-z2IXryE1M http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/highschool.asp Body Body Body http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTnZgfpT6M0&feature=related Body Housing (2011–12)Residence hall rates•Undergraduate (double room/silver meal plan): $4,077/semester•Graduate (permanent single room/$300 food credit plus 75 meal accesses): $3,608/semesterApartment rates•One bedroom (standard): $650/month•Two bedrooms (standard): $774/month
Transcript: coed school & Campus Life Magic Johnson Scholarship for Academic Excellence and Leadership in extra-curricular activities in-state tuition is $21,210 out-of-state: $39,890 Greek Life Jobs and Internships each year there are organizations that hold interviews for internships. Such organizations like Jedi Counsel Public university Michigan State University Known for : Political Science Nuclear Physics Business Journalism Education Economics Law Osteopathic Medicine Athletics Sparty Lake Michigan California resident Scholarship, limited to only a few All freshmen have to live on campus Boeing, Campbell-Ewald Advertising, Daimler-Chrysler, General Electric, IBM, Morgan Stanley, PepsiCo, Peace Corps, Pfizer, Teach for America, and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. population:47,800 70% acceptance rate Tuition Division I Located in East Lansing 550 Organizations short trip away from 5,212 acres! Honors College National Scholarship: awarded to out of state Freshmen who ranked in he top 5% of their graduating class,SAT score of 1360 . $10,000 annually. Free Healthcare
Transcript: http://www.umflint.edu/graduateprograms/apply/application-deadlines.page Information This is the Football Feild Under the light Here's an example for one of the clubs This is the Map of the Campus Why I will choose UM Michigan University Thank You Guys Hope You injoyed it Dean Of University of Michigan Clubs and Organization University of Michigan Men's Gymnastics "The Letter M" - The University of Michigan In this video it basically showed us near by places to go too. Like Supermarkets, Clubs, Runnng and ect... There are 1533 different types of clubs,activities, and organization By: Jhonatan Alfonso period 4 With an acceptance rate around 50%, the University of Michigan is one of the country's more selective public universities. In the graph above, green and blue represent accepted students. As you can see, the majority of accepted students had a GPA of B+ or higher, an SAT score (CR+M+W) above 1700, and an ACT composite score of 24 or higher. Your chance of getting accepted goes up significantly as those numbers go up. Realize, however, that high test scores and an "A" average don't guarantee an acceptance letter. Hidden beneath the blue and green on the graph is a bit of red -- some students who can boast of excellent numerical measures still get rejected from the University of Michigan. 500 S State St, Ann Arbor, MI 48109 http://medicine.umich.edu/medschool/about/school-leadership/medical-school-dean Explore Ann Arbor SAT/ACT Scores Deadline for University of Michigan Location/Address
Transcript: Michigan State University School Profile The school is a public university. It is a state university. Also it is coeducational. The setting is suburban. Faculty Information: *full time faculty-2,538 *part time faculty-399 *student to faculty ratio-16 students-1 teacher Endowment: $1,143,568,908 5 top majors offered Business/Marketing: 18% Communication/Journalsm:11% Social Sciences: 11% Biology: 10% Health Professions: 6% Hannah Robbins Cameron Rose Malachi Bradley (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr doodles notes Budapest San Francisco Results Notes Stockholm (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary Produced by: outlook details (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Academic calender: semesters Important Details
Transcript: Founded in 1855 Prototype for 69 land-grant institutions established under the Morrill Act of 1862 First institution of higher learning in the United States to teach scientific agriculture Official name changes February 12, 1855 – Agricultural College of the State of Michigan March 15, 1861 – State Agricultural College June 2, 1909 – Michigan Agricultural College May 1, 1925 – Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science July 1, 1955 – Michigan State University of Agriculture and Applied Science January 1, 1964 – Michigan State University Presidents 1.Joseph R. Williams (1857–1859) 2.Lewis R. Fisk (1859–1862) 3.Theophilus C. Abbot (1862–1884) 4.Edwin Willits (1885–1889) 5.Oscar Clute (1889–1893) 6.Lewis B. Gorton (1893–1895) 7.Jonathan L. Snyder (1896–1915) 8.Frank S. Kedzie (1915–1921) 9.David Friday (1921–1923) 10.Kenyon L. Butterfield (1924–1928) 11.Robert S. Shaw (1928–1941) 12.John A. Hannah (1941–1969) 13.Walter Adams (1969–1970) 14.Clifton R. Wharton Jr. (1970–1978) 15.Edgar L. Harden (1978–1979) 16.Cecil Mackey (1979–1985) 17.John DiBiaggio (1985–1992) 18.Gordon Guyer (1992–1993) 19.M. Peter McPherson (1993–2004) 20.Lou Anna K. Simon (2005 –) Tradition Nickname: Spartans Colors: Green and white Mascot: Sparty Conference: Big Ten Campus profile Located in East Lansing, three miles east of Michigan’s capitol in Lansing 5,200-acre campus with 2,100 acres in existing or planned development 561 buildings, including 101 with instructional space 15,000 acres throughout Michigan used for agricultural, animal, and forestry research -http://www.msu.edu/about/thisismsu/facts.html enrollment statistics: •MSU received a record 28,547 applications this year. The number of first-year students is about 7,775. •Total undergraduate enrollment is estimated to be about 36,580, an increase of about 500 students. •The entering class comes with strong academic credentials. The high school grade point average of the entering class ranges from 3.4 to 3.9 with the ACT average ranging from 23 to 27. •First-time Honors College enrollment is estimated at 485 students. The Academic Scholars Program is enrolling about 160 new students this year. The ASP is designed for high-achieving incoming freshmen who are interested in enhancing their academic program during their first two years of college. Together the two programs comprise about 8.3 percent of the entering class. •It’s expected that the entering class will be composed of about 76 percent Michigan residents. •It’s anticipated that the College of Social Science, the Eli Broad College of Business, and the College of Natural Science will have the largest enrollments as of the official enrollment count date. -http://news.msu.edu/story/9758/ Housing In-State Freshmen •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $12,822 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan): $8,204 Total for two semesters: $21,026 Non-Michigan Freshmen •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $31,692 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan): $8,204 Total for two semesters: $39,896 International Freshmen •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $31,757 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan, including three weeks between fall and spring semesters): $8,974 •Health insurance: $1,312 •Miscellaneous expenses (including books and supplies): $2,784 Total for two semesters: $44,827 -http://admissions.msu.edu/finances/tuition.asp Tuition Undergraduate Admission Requirements Accounting Actuarial Science Additional Major in Arabic Additional Major in Chinese Additional Major in German Additional Major in Global Studies in the Arts and Humanities Additional Major in Japanese Additional Major in Russian Advertising Agribusiness Management American Studies (this program is in moratorium effective Spring 2010 through Spring 2014) Animal Science Anthropology - Bachelor of Arts Anthropology - Bachelor of Science Apparel and Textile Design Apparel and Textiles Applied Engineering Sciences Arabic Art Education Art History and Visual Culture Arts and Humanities Astrophysics Athletic Training Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Biochemistry and Molecular Biology/Biotechnology Biological Science-Interdepartmental Biology Major Biomedical Laboratory Science Biosystems Engineering Chemical Engineering Chemical Physics Chemistry - Bachelor of Arts Chemistry - Bachelor of Science Child Development - Bachelor of Arts Chinese Civil Engineering Classical Studies (this program is in moratorium effective Spring 2010 through Summer 2014) Clinical Laboratory Sciences Communication Communicative Sciences and Disorders (this program is in moratorium effective Spring 2010 through Summer 2015) Comparative Cultures and Politics Major Composition Computational Chemistry Computational Mathematics - Bachelor of Arts Computational Mathematics - Bachelor of Science Computer Engineering Computer Science Computer Science Major Construction Management Criminal Justice Crop and Soil Sciences Diagnostic Molecular Science Dietetics Earth Science -
Transcript: Michigan state University The Name of the institution I will be attending is Michigan State University. Also known as MSU. The name of Michigan state was changed 6 times February 12, 1855 – Agricultural College of the State of Michigan March 15, 1861 – State Agricultural College June 2, 1909 – Michigan Agricultural College May 1, 1925 – Michigan State College of Agriculture and Applied Science July 1, 1955 – Michigan State University of Agriculture and Applied Science January 1, 1964 – Michigan State University Michigan State University is a Suburban campus with over 10,000 acres. MSU's study-abroad program is the largest of any single-campus university in the country, offering more than 200 programs in more than 60 countries on all continents including Antarctica. Today, MSU is the ninth-largest university in the United States, with 47,800 students and 2,954 faculty members. MSU is a first tier university. MSU is one of the world’s top 100 universities and one of the 10 largest public university campuses in the nation. Tuition and Fee's Undergraduate tuition is Approximently $425.00 per semester hour. Online tuition varies per credit hour based upon your program of study. University housing rates are aproximitly $3589.00 per semester based upon your hall of residence and your chosen meal plan. This site offers plans for financial aid www.finaid.msu.edu. The price of books for MSU is approximately $996.00/year. Room and board costs in the budget include a double room, linen service, Silver meal plan and use of study, laundry and recreational facilities. It is approximently $8,204/year. For transportation i will be driving my car to and from MSU. My car will come from the small jobs i have been working before college. Since my first year in college your not able to drive on campus, I will be bike riding my way through MSU. The costs for things such as laundry and cell phone service fall under personal expenses. You should keep track of these well as they can quickly add up. The national average in 2011-12 for four-year public college students who live on campus is $2,066. The total cost to go to MSU is: •Tuition and fees (15 credits/semester): $12,822 •Housing (double room/Silver Meal Plan): $8,204 Total for two semesters: $21,026 I hope you enjoyed it! By: Baylee Thompson Institution name Over the many years people have claimed that the cost of college has dramatically gone up, making it hard for late teens to find the money to go to work. Room and board Personal Costs Michigan State University Tuition, fees, and housing charges are subject to change by the Michigan State University Board of Trustees without notice. The reason why you cant drive freshman year is because the limited parking spaces. Fun Fact: HW: every subject THINGS TO DO: Get tutor for math call parents do lasts weeks missing HW find time to see parents MSU's oldest residential hall is the Mayo, built in 1931. Mayo has had many haunting stories in its past, all revolving around Mary Mayo, a leading member of Michigan state grande, and also an electing member of the Michigan Agriculture College (MAC). Transportation Costs The application fee at Michigan State University is $50. It is more selective, with an acceptance rate of 70.0 percent. Fun Fact: Fun Fact: Going to a college is alot of work, but if you stick to it, some day, you"ll thank yourself. Fun Fact: Books and supplies Total cost Fun Fact: Conclusion: Michigan State University Press books are printed on paper that is approved by the Forest Stewardship Council. The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) is a non-profit organization devoted to encouraging the responsible management of the world's forests. Fun Fact: Fun fact: Fun Fact: What type of institution
Transcript: Michigan State University Size and Location MSU is located in east Lansing, Michigan The distance from my home to MSU is 1174 miles away. 17 hrs and 41 mins away.The campus is 5,200 acres. There are 36,489 undergraduates. Its an urban area. About MSU MSU is co-ed and a four year college. MSU is a Big Ten college. Colors: Green and White Mascot: Sparty No religous affiliation Nearest city is Detroit Michigan Admissions Application fee is $35 Application deadline is May 1st All freshman must right an essay. There is no interview required. 78% of applicants get accepted. Expenses The total cost of tuition for out of state students is $38,566. Room and Board: $8,044 In state tuition: $22,168 Finacial Aid FAFSA required. Deadline date is June 4th 92% of applicants for finacial aid get it. High school Requirements English 4 Mathematics 3 Science 2 Foreign Language 2 Social Studies 2 History 1 SAT or ACT score required Activities on Camppus Choral groups, concert band, dance, drama theatre, jazz band, literary magazine, marching band, music ensembles, music theatre, opera, radio station, student government, student newspaper, student film society, symphony orchestra, television station, and yearbook. Activities Basketball co-ed football track co-ed racquet ball co-ed etc. Sports Facilities •7 Basketball Courts •10 Raquetball Courts •4 Volleyball Courts •6 Badminton Courts •3 Squash Courts •Complete Weight/Fitness Room •All Purpose Turf Arena •Indoor Pool •Outdoor Pool •Judo Room •3 Auxilary Gyms •Full Lockerooms •Equipment Rental Office •Semester Pass Sales Greek Life 7% of men participate 8% of women participate Thank You
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