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Transcript: Choosing a College- Factors and Questions To Ask G.P.A (Weighted or No) SAT/ACT Scores (Score Opt. & Superscore) Specific Course Work Academic Rigor Growth Extracurricular Involvement Quality/Memorable Essay Letters of Recommendation Acceptance Rate Questions? More factors Last questions to consider What are the admissions requirements? Can you meet them? *What specific high school subjects, gpa, and entrance tests are required? *What specific SAT and/or ACT scores are required for admission/ What is the norm? *What are the application deadlines? *Are there Internship and Research opportunities? Picking a college can be....challenging. Several factors are important: *Does the college offer a good program in your area of interest? What is it's "specialty" major(s)? *Is the faculty qualified, friendly, and concerned? Ask current students. Sit in on a class. *Does the college offer an alternative program that interests you? (Study abroad, internships, etc) *What do you know about the geographic climate? Is that an important factor for you? Are you looking for something specific? (Beach, snow, mountains, etc.) *How is the climate? Is it located in an urban, suburban or rural area? These too... Are there restrictions on off-campus housing for freshman? Can I have a car? What is campus life like? Is there a big athletics culture? Are there different types of meal plans available and what are the dining services like? (i.e. how's the food? variety? etc.) Choosing is important More Factors What is the cost and is there financial aid available/ How much does the institution cost per year? (tuition, fees, housing and food, books, and supplies, transportation, etc.) Is financial aid available? The more expensive schools usually offer the greater amount of financial aid. Does the campus provide residence facilities and what is the deadline to apply? More Factors These matter... *How big is the college? How big is the freshman class? *What is the class size like? Do you think you can be successful in large classes of 150-500+? Do you strive in smaller classroom settings? *What is the demographics of the school? What is the male/female ratio of the student population? *Are you comfortable in this environment? *What is the student/faculty ratio? VISIT THE COLLEGES YOU ARE INTERESTED IN: If you plan in advance, you can receive a campus tour, talk to faculty, staff and students, sit in on a class, and maybe even stay in a dorm. Explore all options, listen to information and suggestions of other and remember... YOU know best what is important to YOU in the decision Most schools have extensive information on their college websites What are College and Universities looking for? *How far is it from home? Will travel costs present a problem? Consider distances and how they will shape your college experience in terms of proximity to your family. *What is the local community like? Slow-paced, fast-paced, farming community, city, involved, etc) *What "type" and size of college are you looking for? (community, technical school, trade school, small, big, Division I, II, III, private vs public, etc.) *Is it coeducational? Or just mens or just womens? *Is it religiously-affiliated? Do this matter to you More factors

Santa Fe College

Transcript: Established in 1965 First classes begin September 1966, throughout 28 community colleges across Florida with <1000 students In 2008, They change their name from Santa Fe Junior College to Santa Fe College Santa Fe College now educates 27,000+ students both on campus and online Associate of Science degree Train Students for jobs in Zookeeping Animal Technician Other Animal Husbandry Fields Day starts at 7:50AM - 10:50AM (@ Teaching Zoo) Attend Classes from 11AM - 3PM Teaching Zoo again from 3PM - 4:30PM 5 continuous semesters First Semester: Intro to Zoos and Aquariums Basic Keeper Tech Basic Keeper Lab General Biology General Biology Lab College Composition (English) Second Semester: Animal Management Lab I Animal Nutrition Animal Breeding College Algebra Third Semester: Animal Management Lab II Mammal Culture Intro to Speech Communication Forth Semester: Animal Management Lab III Related Zoo Topics Aviculture (Birds) Humanities Elective Fifth Semester: Animal Management Lab IV Herpeculture (Reptiles) Aquarium Culture General Psychology/Sociology Zoo Seminar (not required but recommended) Total Per Credit Hour: $381.60 6 - 12 Credit Hours: $2289.60 - $4960.80 Established 1963 by the Governing Board of the Ventura County Community College District 1965, $8 million went into building the first phase of Moorpark College. Construction began in 1966. Moorpark College opened to students and faculty on September 11, 1967. Buildings built in the 1980s include: Applied Arts, Creative Arts, Humanities/Social Science, Music, and Student Services 2000, a high school opened for [high school] juniors and seniors. First graduating class of 2001 was about 55 students. 2002, enrollment grew to about 15,400 students and a new library and learning resource center was being built Moorpark is now one of the top community colleges in the nation today! Associates of Science Degree Focus: Animal Training Wildlife Education Zookeeping Animal Handling I & II (w/ Lab I & II) 5 different Zoo Work Skills courses Projects I & II Animal Behavior w/ Lab Wildlife Conservation Anatomy/Physiology of Mammals 6 different Wildlife Education courses Elementary Veterinary I & II w/ Lab Zoo Days I & II Animal.... Diversity Nutrition Training w/ Lab Training II w/ Lab Wildlife Education IV w/ Lab OR Primate Behavior w/ Lab Thats about 34 Career Classes! Tuition: Roughly $6,400/year Per Credit Hour: $250 Predicted Costs: $17,000 - $21,000/year (including predicted housing costs) Which is Better? Santa Fe! Closer to home Costs less Cheaper apartments Doesn't seem as Stuck up as Moorpark Northwest campus opens 1972 on 175 acres in Gainesville Ashton Square Apartments Who is Moorpark? 4-bedroom: $394+/month Working (unpaid) in the Santa Fe Teaching Zoo during your time there No on-campus housing, apartments close by Santa Fe College VS Moorpark Many employers will contact Moorpark first for their EATM graduates! Malibu Canyon Work the Teaching Zoo constantly, it is one of your main priorities next to getting good grades in class. Includes: Math Center Writing Center Working throughout the year including weekends and holidays Addison Lane Apartments 2-bedroom: $599+/month 10 different computer and learning labs at Main campus! Moorpark, CA Kika Silva Pla Planetarium Oakview Only available for specific programs Moorpark College Your day may start as early as 6:30, with classes from 9AM-3PM, returning to the zoo from 3-5PM Andrews Center opens in 1985 inside old Bradford County Courthouse Exotic Animal Training and Management Required Courses Student Resources 2-bedroom: $739/month Child Development Center (Half-day day care) Led by faculty membrs Cabana Beach Apartments soccer Sasha Popoff Zoo Animal Technology Award-winning Theater, Dance, and Music Departments Campus Police Student Activities: $7.50 3 2-bedroom options: $498/month - $506/month Watson Center opens in 2005 Access Fee: $1 Classroom Resources Fitness Golf Running Cheerleading Athletics Perry Center opens in 2009 Gainesville, FL Top Programs of Study Team Sports Fitness and Club Sports flag football Who is Santa Fe? Learning Center Exotic Animal Training and Management 1-bedroom: $509+/month has 2 planetarium projectors 21 months long (about a year and a half), beginning in August Tuition: $76.65 1 bed/1 bath: $1422/month 2 bed/2 bath: $1725/month Intramurals Costs Sequence of Study Career Coach 3-bedroom: $819/month along with: yoga beach volleyball racquetball basketball Housing Shadow Ranch Housing 1-3 Bedrooms: Starting between $1532 - $4066 1-3 Bedroom: Starting at $1490 Fitness Center Performing Arts Santa Fe College Transportation Fee: $3 Capital Improvement: $32.67 Their chronos projector is the 1st of 2 in Florida and the 10th installed in the world! Financial Aid: $15.33 Costs History no housing is provided by the college Zoo Animal Technology Library! Technology: $15.33 History Davis Center opens in 2003 ultimate frisbee Blout Center opens in 1990 in 6th Street Railroad Depot Has

Santa Fe College

Transcript: Santa Fe College, based in Gainesville, is one of the premier public colleges in the United States. A member of the Florida College System, a statewide system of 28 public colleges, Santa Fe was chartered by the State of Florida in 1965. Santa Fe offers a variety of educational options: ◾two-year associate degrees ◾four-year bachelors degrees ◾career and technical certificate and degree programs ◾continuing education programs tailored to employer and workforce needs ◾community education enrichment programs. ◦Alachua (Perry Center for Emerging Technologies) ◦Starke (Andrews Center) ◦Keystone Heights (Watson Center) ◦Archer (Davis Center) ◾Provides a rich college experience for students, with more than 60 clubs and organizations, a strong student government, study abroad programs, an honors program, intramural sports and a fitness center. ◾Competes for league championships in four sports - baseball, softball and men's and women's basketball. Nearly two-thirds of SF students are enrolled in Associate of Arts programs, and SF has 2x2 articulation programs with four UF colleges. There is a UF@SF Center on the Northwest campus. Santa Fe offers bachelors programs in clinical laboratory science, health services administration (on-line), nursing and early childhood education. A bachelors level program in organizational development and supervisory management will be available soon. Under development are bachelors and advanced technical certificate programs in industrial biotechnology. Programs Of Study The Facts About Santa Fe College Santa Fe: Santa Fe College ◾Enrolls nearly 24,000 degree-seeking students annually from Florida, across the United States, and 54 countries. More than 40 percent of students come from outside the two-county district. ◾Enrolls an additional 9,000 students annually in enrichment, continuing education or workforce training programs. ◾Is easily accessible, with eight convenient and attractive campus locations throughout the region as well as OnLine: ◦Gainesville (Northwest campus, Blount Center, Center for Innovation and Economic Development, Institute of Public Safety) Who We Are ◾Features small classes taught by exceptional, dedicated, and credentialed faculty. ◾Is the home for the 10-acre Santa Fe Teaching Zoo, one of only two in the nation, and the Kika Silva Pla Planetarium, the only planetarium in north central Florida. Leading programs at Santa Fe include Health Sciences (Nursing, Respiratory Care, Cardiovascular Technology, Medical Imaging, etc.), Biotechnology and Clinical Laboratory Science, Business Administration, Digital Media, Zoo Technology and Health Services Administration. There is strong demand for graduates in these areas. The passing rate of SF graduates on national exams is high. In respiratory care, for example, the passing rate for SF graduates is 99 percent. In 2011, nearly 2,000 people were enrolled in SF's corporate training and workforce development programs. At the CIED (Center for Innovation and Economic Development), located in downtown Gainesville near UF Innovation Hub, SF provides a wide range of incubator services to entrepreneurs and start-up companies. ◾Ranks first in Florida among public colleges in graduation rate and in the Top 10 nationally in the number of associate degrees awarded in liberal arts. ◾Is a charter member of the prestigious League for Innovation in the Community College. ◾Enjoys strong ties with the University of Florida; SF sends more transfer students to UF than any other college.

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