Transcript: Temple University Teacher to student ratio is 15:1 Look at the Owls Football team Temple baseball also competes at the Division 1 level Division 1 football program Temple is a great place to spend your college years! Temple as an excellent criminal justice program Temples food was ranked top 25 in the nation!! There are $37,000 students enrolled at Temple Located in Philadelphia Temple girls soccer team taking the field The tuition annually at Temple University is around $24,000 a year Temple Baseball Temple had recently just put in an indoor turf field for all sports
Transcript: Temple University -housing- coed, mens/womens, apartments for single, etc. -wellness housing: yes -%77 percent freshman on campus -18% undergraduates living on campus -Greek life- 4% sororities, 4% fraternities -$55 fee, paper/ online, common app - rolling policies - Deadlines- Nov. 1st, March 1st -64% applicatants accepted -Must reply by May 1st - SAT not required, Placement Testing required Financial Aid/ Schlorships 82% applied, 70% recieved average Package: 15,200 , average debt at graduation: 34,382 Types of aids: scholarships, grants, eduacational loans, etc. night and weekends study sessions School Info -Located in Philadelphia, PA - large, urban setting -Public school founded in 1888 -Academic calendar used is semester Academics On- Campus Tuition & fees: $24,722 Room & Board: $10,738 Books/supplies: $1,000 Personal expenses: $4,240 Transportation expenses: -- (did not say) Total Cost $40,700 -88% freshman retention rate -36% 4 year grauation rate -66% 6 year grauate rate Admissions cont. Off-Campus: Tuition & fees:$24,722 Room & Board: $2,580 Books/supplies:$1,000 Personal expenses:$2,070 Transportation expenses -- (did not say) Total Cost:$30,372 High School requirements: -4 years english -4 years Math -2 years foregin language -2 years history/ foreign language - 3 years science (2 years lab) -1 year the arts -3 years other college prep courses Out-of-State Cost average GPA: 3.75 on 4.0 scale most freahman rank: top 50% of class 28,068 undergraduates, 9,202 graduates 89% return 2nd year, 66% graduate in 6 years male to female percent ratio: 49:51 in state: 79%, out-of-state: 21% Student to faculty Ratio: 41:1 average class size 20-49 students Degrees: - associate, bachelors, masters, Doctorate - Certificate, Diploma, post masters, post- bachelors Athletics On- campus: Tuition & fees $14,696 Room & Board $10,738 Books/supplies $1,000 Personal expenses $4,240 Transportation expenses --(did not say) Total Cost $30,674 (estimated) Campus Life Degrees/ Programs In-State Cost Student body - Division I -mens and womens sports -Mens: basketball, football, soccer, golf, tennis -Womens: basketball, volleyball, soccer, cross country, fencing Commuting: Tuition & fees: $14,696 Room and Board: $2,580 Books/Supplies: $1,000 Personal Expenses: $2,070 Transportation expenses: -- (did not say) Total cost: $20,346 (estimated) Applications Cost and Financial Aid/Scolarships -Undergraduate programs: psychology, health professions, social sciences - Graduate Programs: journalism, Accounting, engineering, Education, Psychology Clubs/ Activies: -Campus ministries, choral groups, concert band, - society fraternities, government/political activity, jazz band, - international student organization,dance activity, drama/theater film,
Transcript: Located 1.5 miles from central Philadelphia 37,000 Students 4 regional campuses 17 schools and colleges 2 associate degrees, Over 140 bachelors programs 121 masters programs 56 doctoral programs 7 first professional degrees Student Affairs Student Activities Student Government Program Coordinator Show movies on campus in the "REEL" the on campus movie theatre. Battle of the Bands Host the Spring Fling Event Trip to NYC to see a Yankees game Student Affairs: Leadership Development Associate Director TUStepUp - a campaign to move student organization members into helping their community Owl watch - campus safety Non-Traditional Students Advisory Board Interfraternity Council (IFC) Fraternities Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Fraternities Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Sororities Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) Sororities National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) Fraternities National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC) Sororities Panhellenic Association (PA) Sororities Director Program Coordinator Under the Student Activities department there are two main student groups: TSG - Temple Student Government MCPB - Main Campus Programing board Campus Recreation Disability Resources and Services Greek Life HEART (Health Education) Housing and Residential Life Leadership Development Orientation Student Activities Student Centers Student Conduct & Community Standards Student Media Tuttleman Counseling Services Over 300 recognized Student Organizations Symplicity - The Student Org Database Greek Life @ Temple Main Campus Programing Board Office Manager A division within student affairs Diamond Leaders peer programs ask them to come in and lead a seminar with your organization Diamond points for attending events Conference on leadership Leadershape 6 days eligible students are the diamond leaders
Transcript: Academic Calendar: Semester Number of Graduates: 28,408 Year found: 1884 School Info: Address:North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA Continued Student Body Male to Female : 49% Male 51% Female Temple University Number Of Graduates: 9,380 Setting: Urban Setting Public School Returned Second Year: 89%
Transcript: Student Body Tuition and Aid Admissions Temple University Academics and Majors The degrees they give are certificate, associate, bachelors, masters, and doctorate. 420 total professors Faculty 1462 The school has a 4 year graduation rate of 36% Temple's School mascot is an owl. Philadelphia, PA Surrounded by large city East Coast Location Club Sports and Intramural Sports: Coed Aerobics Coed Badminton Men's Baseball Women's Basketball Men's Basketball Coed Bowling Coed Equestrian Coed Fencing Coed Flag Football Men's Ice Hockey Temple University In-state tuition (full year):$13,006 Out-of-state tuition (full year): $22,832 Typical room charge (full year):$6,956 Typical board charge (full year):$3,320 Room and board charge (full year):$10,276 Additional fees (Estimated):$500 Books (Estimated):$1,000 27,567 enrollment total There is no religious affiliation The accept rate is 116/217, 67.23% Neil D. Theobald is Temple’s 10th president. He began his tenure at Temple on January 1, 2013. Campus Life/Facilities Activities: Choir, environmental, year book, newspaper, pre-dental Coed residence halls: Yes Fraternity houses off campus: Yes Fraternity houses on campus: Yes Honor student residence halls: Yes Institutional apartments: Yes Sorority houses off campus: yes Sorority houses on campus: yes Public Temple University is a national center of excellence in teaching and research with an international presence. Basic Info Retention rate: 87% SAT Combined: 1655 ACT Combined: 23 Male%- 49.21% Female%- 50.97% American Indian/Alaskan Native:0% Asian/Pacific Islander:10% Black/Non-Hispanic:12% Hispanic/Latino:5% Temple represents every state in the U.S. DOMESTIC ADMISSIONS Phone: +1-(215) 204-7200 Fax:+1-(215) 204-5694 Financial aid: +1-(215) 204-1458 E-mail: SEND E-MAIL INTERNATIONAL ADMISSIONS Phone: +1-215/204-1293 Fax: N/A Financial aid: N/A E-mail: SEND E-MAIL Admissions Office Address Office of Undergraduate Admissions 1801 North Broad Street Conwell Hall 103 Philadelphia PA 19122-6096 Facts & Figures Intercollegiate Sports Men's Baseball Division I Women's Basketball Division I Men's Basketball Division I Women's Cross Country Division I Men's Cross Country Division I Women's Dancing Division I Women's Fencing Division I Women's Field Hockey Division I Men's Football Division I FBS Men's Golf Division I Open Houses By Robert Schultz History/Background FALL OPEN HOUSES Check back for Fall 2014 Open House Dates Program Highlights: • Information Fair - Chat with representatives from Temple organizations and offices while gathering information and giveaways • Information sessions offered (times vary): o Admissions and Financial Aid Session - Learn more about the admissions and financial aid process o Transfers - Hear from staff on transfer admissions and the credit evaluation process o Veteran’s Session o Honors - Learn more about Temple Honors and admissions criteria • Campus Tours • Residence Hall Tours • Academic Sessions – Hear from faculty, staff and students within the school/college you’re interested in GROUP TOURS We’re pleased to make arrangements for groups of 10 or more people to tour Temple. Group tours include a 45-minute campus walking tour followed by a 15-minute Q&A session. We offer high school group tours during the regular school year, and other groups during the summer. WHO: Groups of 10 people or more WHEN: Monday-Friday at 10:00 a.m. or 1:00 p.m. Only available during the regular school year Group tours for spring 2014 will begin 1/27 WHERE: Temple University Main Campus The Welcome Center 1101 West Montgomery Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122 Athletics Contact Information
Transcript: Housing 27,725 undergraduate students including Japan Location $3,000-$7,000 housing, $50-$2,000 meal plan Fact Cont... Cherry & White Day A celebration of Temple Athletics, Cherry & White Day is held each spring at Temple’s Ambler and Main campuses. Featuring alumni athletic scrimmages, varsity sport exhibitions, a family-friendly tailgate, athlete reunions, the annual Cherry & White football match and more, Cherry & White Day invites alumni to celebrate Temple’s 24 varsity sports programs and to look forward to upcoming seasons Average SAT scores Facts about Temple Temple University Required high school courses Financial Aid Facts Cont... I would be interested in this school because it has a good medical program and athletic program. Cost of Application out of stateTuition and Fees: $14,096 (in-state); $24,122 (out-of-state) Books: $1,000 (why so much?) Room and Board: $10,296 Other Expenses: $4,240 Total Cost: $29,632 (in-state); $39,658 (out-of-state) Ethics: upholding and promoting ethical standards and the integrity of student academic records Service: consistently providing quality, fair, and equitable service to the University community Respect: being honest, ethical, and respectful in our interaction with each other and the University community Learning: enhancing student success by broadening our collective knowledge and sharing that knowledge with each other and the University community SAT scores= 500/610 (reading, math, writing) Special programs Tuition $15,000 financial aid first year, scholarships, grants, educational loans, federal work study, tuition remission, veterans benefits Would I Go? 11. Temple University boasts 19 Division I athletic teams for men's and women's sports.STARS Workshop: Social Media Sensibility Tuesday, November 11, 2014 - 3:00pm Student Organizations New Org Fair Wednesday, November 12, 2014 - 11:00am Student Organizations STARS Workshop: Responsible Involvement Thursday, November 13, 2014 - 3:30pm Student Organizations Free Food & Fun Friday: The 90s Are ALL THAT! Friday, November 14, 2014 - 10:00pm Free Food and Fun Fridays STARS Workshop: Transitional Leadership Thursday, November 20, 2014 - 6:00pm Student Organizations STARS Workshop: Reflection Seminar Monday, December 1, 2014 - 1:00pm Student Organizations Philly Connections: Flyers vs. Chicago Blackhawks OSD Wednesday, March 11, 2015 - 12:00pm Philly Connections Philly Connections: Flyers vs. Chicago Blackhwaks Wednesday, March 25, 2015 - 7:00pm Philly Connections English 4 Mathematics, college preparatory** 3-4 Foreign language, (same language/culture) 2-3 History/Social Studies 3 Laboratory science 2-3 The Arts 1 Other courses** 5 Total 20-23 Average GPA Application Deadline Philadelphia, PA Facts Cont... On-line application=$55 Mission statement undergraduate enrollment The Temple "T" Across Temple's campuses and down Broad Street, the Temple "T" is the iconic symbol of the university. Designed by students in a graphic arts and design class in the Tyler School of Art in 1983, the “T” represents strength and positive character, with open ends that are symbolic of the free exchange of ideas that is the hallmark of a Temple education RECORD Overall Home Away Neutral All Games 20-6 8-1 8-3 4-2 Conference 11-3 5-1 6-2 0-0 Non-Conference 9-3 3-0 2-1 4-2 3.85 GPA Campus Life health scholars program-The Health Scholars Program at Temple University is available to exceptionally qualified high school seniors with a demonstrated interest in their professional field. Students interested in the Health Scholars Program will apply to Temple University, complete a Scholars Program application, and participate in an interview day at the undergraduate campus. Students who have a high school GPA of 3.8 or higher, a minimum SAT score of 1350 (or ACT of 32), demonstrated commitment to volunteer or service activities, and health care related experiences are encouraged to apply. Neil D. Theobald is Temple’s 10th president. He began his tenure at Temple on January 1, 2013...T for Temple U "T" for Temple "U" U-ni-versity! Fight, fight, fight! For the Cherry and the White, For the Cherry and the White, We'll fight, fight, fight!....Cherry and the White, For the Cherry and the White, We'll fight, fight, fight! Freshman Early Action Deadline November 1 Early Action Decision Deadline January 10 Deadline for Nursing and Health Information Management Applicants February 15 Freshman Application Deadline for Fall Semester March 1 FAFSA Financial Aid Application Deadline March 1 Housing and Tuition Deposit Deadline May 1 major-A cohesive combination of courses including introductory, intermediate, and advanced coursework that designates a student's primary area of undergraduate study. minor-A designated sequence of courses in a discipline or area of undergraduate study Track/Concentration-A coordinated grouping of courses, typically one-third of a major, representing a sub-specialization or emphasis within a major field available for
Transcript: CAMPUS LIFE Im Jeffrey Mendoza and I'm a Junior and I major in Anthropology Im Lisandro Toldeo and I'm and Senior and I major in Pyshcology Im Hudson Ly and I'm a Sophomore and I major in Biology -Non Refundable Enrollment Deposit -Academic Scholarship -Strong GPA -Good Test Scores Temple University is located in 1801 North Broad Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19122. It was found in 1888 by Russell Conwell. In 1888 Russell received a charter of incorperation "The Temple College". His vision was to provide great education. QUESTIONS: By : Lisandro Toledo, Jeffrey Mendoza, Hudson Ly ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS ENROLLMENT Are you paying attention because we are going to ask question !!!! MAJORS and DEGREES OFFERED -Arts and Culture -Atletics and Fitness -Clubs and Organizations -Computers TEMPLE UNIVERSITY -Business, Management 20% -Communication 11% -Visual Performance Arts 11% -Psycology 7% -Health Professional Progams 6% DEGREES -Associate's -Bachelor's There are 28,068 enrolled students -49% male -51% female TUITION AND FEES The tuition in-state is 14,770 and the tuition of out-state is 25,450 Who was the founder of TU? What year did he get the charter of incoperation? How much does it cost of in-state and out-state? TEMPLE UNIVERSITY
Transcript: GPA: 3.0 B average in high school classes 4 Credits in English and Mathmatics 3 Credits in History and science 1 credit in arts Accept both ACT or SAT scores Essay must be 250 words Prompt: Any prompt of your choice Recommendations: At least one Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Surronded by Temple University college. 1801 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19122 (215) 204-7000 Housing Traditional cafateria in the Louis J. Esposito dinning center, serving all-you-can-eat options. The Valaida S. Walker food court located at Howard Gitlis student serving food a la carte with a meal equvalency. The new dinning hall at the Mcrgan residential hall and dinning complex Men- Basketball Crew Cross country football golf soccer tennis Women- Basketbal cross country fencing feild hockey gymnastics lacross rowing soccer tennis in & out door Feild & track Requirments History Russell Conwell was the founder of Temple University. A young man came to Conwell and asked if he could tutor him.In 1888 Conwell received a Chater of incorporation for "The Temple College". Big campus/Housing Temple is many things to many people. A place to purse life's passion. A nurturing learning enviorment. A hotbed research. An engine of of employment. A melting poy of ideas and innovation. An incubator for tomorrow's leader's. Description Honors Progarm Over 140 majors Ashley Hicks The Honors Progam at Temple University is dedicated to providing high-achieving students with enriching academic oppurtunities, holistic advising and strong encouragements and support all the way to commencement and beyond. Meal Planning Off Campus Temple University Demographics Location Room & Board- $10,296 Housing- $6,958 Meals- $3,338 Other living expenses- $4,240 Books & Supplies- $1,000 Total- $15,536 Freshmen $3,000 for students with a high GPA and test scores Top law program Transfer $1,000-$5,000 based on previous college work Loans Sports Scholarships Affordable On Campus " Perseverance conquers"- with their supreme dedication to excellence in academics, research, athletics, the arts and more. People should attend Temple University Room & Board- $11,410 Housing- $0 meals- $0 Other living expenses- $5,790 Books & Supplies- $1,000 Total- $18,200 Number of students: 37,270 Alumni: 292,000 (plus) Total Undergraduates: 28,068 Average age: 22 Women: 51% Men: 49% Asian: 10% African American (Black): 13% Hispanic: 5% Multi racial: 2% White: 60% Race not reported: 5% Temple University VS U.S. Federal student loan aid amount $7,187
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