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Transcript: Syracuse university What other schools did I consider before picking my favorite? I considered Baylor University and Duke University What is the mascot of this college? Why did I choose Syracuse? I chose Syracuse because it is a really good school and it fit my criteria. What are the School's admission requirements? "While the rigor of your coursework tells us a lot about you, we’ll also consider your SAT or ACT score (whichever is higher). If you only take the ACT, you’ll need to take the optional ACT writing test. If you are considering the Score Choice option for the SAT, please be aware that we require all of your test scores. This works to your benefit as we will take the highest combination of your SAT scores."- www.syr.edu Preparing for college! How will I study for SAT/ACT? I will pay attention and be commited to my studys. How will I pay for college? Hopefully through basketball scholarship and my half decent grades. What career do I want after college? I want to play basketball overseas because they make more money than they do here. What will I do to celebrate my highschool graduation? I will just go home and take a nap because I'm gonna need it... seriously. Attending College! Where will I live in college? In the dormatory so i can be closer to school and focus on my work. What is one old thing you want to bring with you to college? I would bring my yearbook so I can reminisce on the good times. What fun new thing do you want to buy for college? What activities will you participate in? I will join a sorority and play basketball. Plans after graduation?? I would go overseas and play basketball with a foreign team. Y.O.L.O

Syracuse University

Transcript: *There are different clubs such as different forms of dance, martial arts, sports, and many student organizations. *Last year alone, $13,708,834 were given in athletic scholarships. *The office of student activities coordinates the Student Leadership Institute at SU. Syracuse University is a notable college that has clubs for all kinds of people and is affordable to all kinds of people and has a memorable group of alumni. Claim and Support *Last year, SU gave $206 million in scholarships and grants. *About 75% of Syracuse receive some form of financial aid. *Largest source of financial aid is scholarships and grants. Syracuse University or SU is in Syracuse, New York The school's mascot is "Otto the Orange" and the school's color is orange. The main campus is 708 acres large. There are 14,798 undergraduate students an 3392 Freshman. Claim and Support "Office of Sororities and Fraternities Affairs". fasa.syr.edu. Syracuse University, 2012, 10 March 2013 "Syracuse University". collegeboard.org. College Board, 2013, 10 march 2013 "Syracuse University". princetonreview.com. TPR Educations, 2013, 10 March 2013 Claim and Support Thesis Statement Syracuse University *The Vice President of the United States graduated from Syracuse University. *Eileen Collins, the first women to command a NASA space mission graduate from sU. *Steven Rothman who is a member of the United States Congress graduated from Syracuse University. By: Lillie Clepper Syracuse has a large group of notable alumni including some more famous than others Works Cited Syracuse University Syracuse offers a wide variety of clubs and sports for all kinds of people There are many available scholarships and types of financial aid.

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Transcript: Inclusivity RAs Successful RA Training Characters Unite Questions? Students I think this about inclusivity - Astin's theory focuses on the motivation and behavior of the student Resident Advisors Coming Out to Friends You decide that it will be easiest to tell your friends first, since they have always been there for you in the past and you feel they need to know. If you have a BLUE hand your friend has no problem with it. They have suspected it for some time now and thank you for being honest with them. Luckily, they act no different toward you and accept you for who you are. If you have a ORANGE or PURPLE hand your friends are kind of hesitant. They are a little irritated that you have waited so long to tell them, but you are confident that soon they will understand that being gay or lesbian is just a part of who you are … you just need to give them some time. Please fold back this side of your star. If you have a RED hand, you are met with anger and disgust. This friend who has been by your side in the past tells you that being gay or lesbian is wrong and they can’t associate with anyone like that. If you have a red star, please tear off this side and drop it to the ground, this friend is no longer a part of your life. - The more quality resources avaliable to the student the more the student will develop and grow Lastly, what are some of your hopes and dreams? Maybe you want to be a millionaire, maybe you want the perfect family. Think of a few of your hopes and dreams and write them on the last side of your star. Safety Hopes and Dreams Break up into your house and discuss the following: What were your initial thoughts when writing down the people, places, and dreams that meant something to you? What are your feelings now? How did you process when you had to tear off a finger? What did you think and feel when you had to fold back a finger? What did you feel when you had nothing happen to your staff? How can we, as RAs, support our residents? After doing this activity, how can we relate this back to being an RA? How does language affect the community we live in? How will can we create a safe environment for all on our floors? Learning You are all either gay or lesbian and are coming out. For the remainder of this activity you may not talk If at any point you need to leave the room, please feel free to do so; pro-staff will be available outside Professional Staff's Ideas Students Hopes and Dreams! Astin's Theory of Student Involvement Students Community What job would you most like to have? It could be anything from president to dentist. Whatever your career aspiration is, write it on the ring-finger. Engaged Citizenship Family is Amazing! Students Professional Staff Coming Out at Work Resident Advisors Students Now … your future lies ahead of you as a gay man or lesbian. Your hopes and dreams, your wishes for the perfect life … for some of you these are all that remain. If you have a PURPLE, BLUE, or ORANGE hand these hopes and dreams are what keep you going. Most of you have been met with some sort of rejection since beginning your coming out process, but you have managed to continue to live a happy and healthy life. Your personal hopes and dreams become a reality. If you have a RED hand, you fall into despair. You have been met with rejection after rejection and you find it impossible to accomplish your lifelong goals without the support and love of your friends and family. You become depressed and with nowhere else to turn, many of you begin to abuse drugs and alcohol. Eventually, you feel that your life is no longer worth living. If you have a red star, please tear it up and drop the pieces to the ground. You are now part of the 40% of suicide victims who are gay or lesbian. "Sous Cultores Scientia Coronat" Syracuse University's Value "Knowledge crowns those who seek it" Students Coming Out to Family Welcoming communities that provide students opportunities to appreciate diversity, explore privilege, and embrace individual identities I think this about inclusivity Having told your friends and family, the wheels have stared to turn and soon members of your community begin to become aware of your sexual orientation. If you have a PURPLE or BLUE hand, your sexual orientation is accepted by your community. They continue to embrace you like anyone else and together you celebrate the growing diversity in your community. If you have a ORANGE hand, you are met with a mixed response. Some accept you and some don’t know what to think. You remain a part of the community, and with time, will fit in as you once did. If you have a orange star, please fold back this side. If you have a RED hand, your community reacts with hatred. They tell you that someone like you doesn’t belong in their community. Those who had supported you in your times of need no longer speak to you or acknowledge you. If you have a red star, tear this side off and drop it to the ground. Discussion Students Students The Student Instructions

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Transcript: 1. Fulfill 65 credits in the College of Arts and Sciences. 2. Complete the following general skills requirements: • first semester writing course; • two courses in foreign languages; • one course in quantitative skills • one additional skills course in foreign languages, quantitative skills, speech, or computer skills. Courses approved for this requirement include: any 3 to 4 credit foreign language course • two writing intensive courses from an approved list. 3.Complete the following divisional requirements: • two courses (6 credits) in social sciences • two courses (6 credits) in humanities; • two courses (6 to 8 credits) in natural sciences and mathematics; • four additional courses (12 to 16 credits) from any of the three areas listed above. 4. Complete the requirements of one major plan of study in the Newhouse School of Public Communications. 5. Complete a minor or an area of specialization comprising at least 18 credits in a single department in a school or college other than public communications. At least 12 of these credits must be in upper-division courses. Non - varsity sports include wrestling, baseball, men's ice hockey, and rugby. Student life at Syracuse is amazing. The Office of Student Activities provides an opportunity to get involved in social events, activities and programs. With over 300 clubs and organizations, an SU student could never get bored! There are 61 diverse fraternal organizations to choose from at Syracuse. The Office of Student activities produces traditional events such as the Pulse Performing Arts Series, Orange After Dark, Homecoming, Winter Carnival, and Senior Celebration. With 15 categories to choose from, Syracuse offers extracurricular activities from categories varying from Art & Entertainment to Media/Publication to Governance to Greek and more. While I do not know exactly what club/organization I would join now, I would most likely choose something under the first two categories mentioned. Student Life at Syracuse While not required, an interview with a representative of the Office of Admissions is permitted. *** Jewish Life at Syracuse Life outside the University A student at SU will get to experience all the city has to offer, including the nationally known Everson Museum of Art, the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, sporting events, the Carousel Center mall, and festivals such as JazzFest and Winterfest. There are over 200 majors offered at Syracuse University. Some majors include political science, education, fine arts, Greek, music composition, physics, Television, radio, and film , religion, and plenty more! The athletic experience at Syracuse is very rich. Varsity teams for men include basketball, football, cross country, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, and track and field. Varsity teams for women include basketball, cross country, field hockey, ice hockey, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, softball, tennis, track and field, and volleyball. From awesome sports to amazing student life to high quality academics, Syracuse University has it all! Did you know that when it was established in 1898, ZBT was the world's first Jewish fraternity? Students who are singly enrolled in the Newhouse School of Public Communications must satisfy the general requirements of the professional program they are pursuing. Singly enrolled students must: Syracuse University is a private research university in Syracuse, New York. The campus is located in the University Hill neighborhood of Syracuse. Also known as 'Cuse or SU, Syracuse was founded on March 24, 1870. In order to graduate as an undergraduate, one must complete 120 credits. *** Personal Interest *** Syracuse is in the Division I sports school. It will be joining the ACC on July 1, 2013. Everson Museum of Art The Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse is nationally acclaimed for its high standards. Newhouse teaches their students how to be a part of the creative, management and production processes of the television, radio, film , and online entertaining industries. 36 Newhouse credits are required. *** Personal Interest *** Syracuse University is situated atop a hill overlooking the City of Syracuse. To get to downtown Syracuse is just a short walk, drive, or bus ride from campus. With a metropolitan population of 700,000, Syracuse is a center for cultural, recreational, and artistic events. The Carrier Dome is the largest domed stadium of any college campus and the largest domed stadium in the Northeastern United States.Also, it is the largest on-campus basketball arena in the nation, with a listed capacity of 33,000. However, this limit has been easily exceeded several times. The Carrier Dome is home to the 'Cuse Orange football, basketball, and lacrosse teams. The Hillel Jewish Student Union seeks to create a diverse, dynamic, and welcoming Jewish community on the Syracuse campus. Each year, the HJSU Board elects a talented group of students to organize and create events and programs on campus to engage their fellow Jewish

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