Transcript: The Minneapolis Campus has 176 Majors, Duluth has 85, and Morris has 36 to see which Majors are available: http://www.catalogs.umn.edu/programs.html The "U of M" Mascot is Goldy The Gopher. THE UNIVERSITY OF MINNESOTA Housing is Safe, In a good location, and is full of opportunities to meet new people! there are plenty of more information here http://www.housing.umn.edu/prospective/faq/index.html Male B+ Female B+ By Major Accounting A Aerospace Engineering A- Architecture A- Biology B Business - Management and Administration B+ Chemical Engineering B+ Chemistry B+ Civil Engineering A- Communications A Computer Science B- Design Arts - Industrial Design/Graphic Design/etc C+ Economics B Education B Electrical Engineering C+ Engineering Department A- English B+ Finance B Fine Arts - Painting/Sculpture/Photography/etc B- Genetics B Geography and Geosciences B+ History/Histories (art history/etc.) B+ Journalism B- Kinesiology A Language - French/Spanish/etc. A Math C+ Mechanical Engineering C Natural Resources A Other A- Perfomance Arts A Physics B Political Science A- PreDent and Dentistry A Psychology B Public Policy A Sociology A+ Undecided B- Urban Planning B+ 2000 Acre Campus Average GPA for admittance is 1700 or higher $11,176 per semester and that means $22,352 per year. ACT Scores 24 or above are requied. There are 60 scholarships available here are the available scholarships http://admissions.tc.umn.edu/costsaid/schol_campus.html Extracurricular activity breakdown list.
Transcript: Public research university located in Minneapolis and St. Paul Oldest and largest campus within the University of Minnesota system Fourth-largest main campus student body in the United States Student Body 75 percent of enrolled students receive some form of financial aid offer a Four-Year Graduation Guarantee Each semester, every credit after 13 is free of charge Merit scholarships are gifts of money that do not need to be repaid Student employment is not based on financial need. Every year, the University Job Center posts thousands of part-time jobs, both on campus and off. Cost Tuition and fees for new students Minnesota residents - $13,060 North Dakota, South Dakota, Manitoba, Wisconsin residents - $13,060 Nonresidents - $18,060 Housing Centennial Hall: residence hall located in the superblock, required to purchase a meal plan. Como Student Community Cooperative (CSCC) is located between Hennepin and Como Avenues and between 27th and 29th Avenues Southeast Athletics University Village: apartment located on the East Bank campus, provided with full kitchen, meal plan optional. Softball Tennis Rowing Volleyball Diving Baseball U-Broadcast Activities & Clubs Golf Man Choir Swimming Soccer Gymnastics Goldy & Additional Costs Football Biology Without Borders Cross Country Financial Aid There are 52,557 students attending in the 2011-2012 school year. UMD's faculty/student ratio is 20:1. Comedy Club Wrestling About the U of M Division 1 University of Minnesota Christian Bible Fellowship Hockey Off-Campus Each cooperative manages and maintains the University housing complexes 1,000 for books and supplies and $2,194 for miscellaneous expenses Track & Field Breakdancing Basketball Fisheries and Wildlife Club On-Campus Room and board costs $7,728 for double occupancy and 14 meals per week. Commonwealth Terrace Cooperative (CTC) is located south of the University of Minnesota's St. Paul campus and west of the State Fairgrounds Asian-American Student Union Single graduate students and students with families can apply to live in these co-ops.
Transcript: - The school has an acceptance rate of 41%. The deadline for application is Feb. 1. - SAT Range: 1300 - Student to Faculty Ratio: 12:1 - In-State Tuition: $12, 634 - Out-of-State Tuition: $37, 782 - Financial Aid Acceptance Rate: 90% - Popular Majors Include: - Economics - Pre-Med - Pre-Law - Psychology - Political Science/Government - English Language - Business Administration and Managament - Hosts some of the greatest schools in Law and Medicine, as well as STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics) About U of M Academia & Admissions - U of M colors are maize and blue. - The sports teams are called The Wolverines - U of M is part of the Big Ten Conference, and all NCAA Sports except Men's Hockey. - U of M has the biggest football field in the world known as the The Big House. - They also have a water polo team. Tom Brady NFL Quarterback Undergraduate Racial Diversity African American: 5.8% Asian American: 12.1% European American: 65.0% Hispanic American: 4.1 Native American: <1% International students: 5.7% - Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. City setting, a lot of greenery, nice place. - 45 Minute drive from Detroit - Not too far from home. You can visit during holidays - Climate similar to Chicago...maybe colder. - U of M has a lot of services and organizations. Here are a few: - Democratic Society - Marketing Club - Mock Trial There are also services for career and graduate school to help students and alumni alike. Larry Page CEO of Google Ibrahiem Mohammad 3.26.13 Student Organizations and Services Location NO. Also, there is a 10,000 square foot mansion called the Inglis House, which is used just for parties. Notable Alumni Population: 47, 716 27, 407 are undergraduates Housing is not required for freshmen students but it is guaranteed. Apartments Coed dorms Gender-neutral communities Wellness housing Women's dorms Also you can rent fridges. University of Michigan University of Michigan--Ann Arbor is a public institution that was founded in 1817. It is ranked as the 6th best university in the Midwest. It is a full university with degrees in Bachelors, Masters, and PhD. It is ranked 29th in the top 100 research universities in USA. Lucy Liu Actress Kill Bill, Kung Fu Panda Housing Any religious affiliation? Male: 51% Female: 49% - The Ann Arbor campus is divided into four main areas: the North, Central, Medical, and South Campuses. - The physical infrastructure includes more than 500 major buildings (none of the buildings have creepy vines) - There's a golf course, a shopping mall, plenty of restaurants and cafes Student Body Sports Campus
Transcript: University Of Michigan Law School By Devin Schaefer GPA GPA For the university of Michigan law school to get students will need a GPA of at least a 3.7. this makes the university of Michigan considered to be a top tier school because of how not just anyone can get in. without this anyone could just get it the university and it would have no reputation at all Rate of Success rate of success for the university of Michigan you are not just getting the name of a top school you are also getting top tier classes with some of the best professors in the world. if you go to the university of Michigan and were to graduate with a law degree you would have a 90% chance of being a successful lawyer. LSAT LSAT the LSAT for the university of Michigan is is 169 this score is not exactly a 170 (which is the average for a top tier law school) because as an average the University of Michigan Believes that all who want to apply to the university should because their GPA might be enough to make up for the low LSAT score.
Transcript: by: edward english michigan wolverines michigan univesity has the biggest football feild in the world. Michigan's football helmet is surely one of the most instantly recognizable icons in college sports denard robisson heAttempts: 40, at Notre Dame (Sept. 10, 2010) Completions: 24, at Notre Dame (Sept. 10, 2010) Yards: 338, vs. Notre Dame (Sept. Rushing Attempts: 29, vs. Connecticut (Sept. 4, 2010) Yards: 258, at Notre Dame (Sept. 11, 2010) Touchdowns: 3, twice (last vs. San Diego State, Sept. 24, 2011) Long: 87, at Notre Dame (Sept. 11, 2010) 10, 2011) Touchdowns: 4, vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 10, 2011) Long: 77, vs. Notre Dame (Sept. 10, 2011) is the starting QB for michigan. his height is about 6-0. his weight. is just about 195. 2/27/2012 - Cornerback Courtney Avery discovered through family ties that his distance relative, George Jewett, was the first African-American football player in Michigan's history. More [+] U-M head football coach Brady Hoke and the Wolverines coaching staff.
Transcript: The undergraduate population is 27,000 students with about 14,000 grad students Average ACT Scores: 29 Average SAT Scores: 2038 Average GPA: 3.8 Average WGPA: 4.41 The City of Ann Arbor has been named one of the top sports towns in the each of the last 3 years. Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan Cost of One Year plus room and board(out of state): $37,782 Applicants per year: 16,000-31,000. Around 50% accepted Application Deadline: Feb 1 Early Action: Nov 1 The University of Michigan HAIL TO THE VICTORS!
Transcript: Olivia Ruffner University of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan Specific program of interest Athletic Training Athletic Training Clubs specific to medicine Extracurriculars Extracurriculars Support all sports teams "Big House" Team Community Team Community Divison I Gymnastics Divison I Gymnastics Most less than 100 students Small Class Size Small Class Size Reccommendations Success in field Alumni Alumni Involvement People Opportunities Large School Large School
Transcript: Cost and Financial Aid If students have done well in their past eduacational path the have the chance to earn scholarships such as: Beinecke Brothers Memorial Scholarship,Rhodes Scholarship,Marshall Scholarship,Mitchell Scholarship,Churchill Scholarship,Fulbright Scholarship,Goldwater Scholarship,Luce Scholars Program, Truman Scholarship,Udall Scholarship Wallenberg Fellowship The cost to attend U-M is : Tuition and fees: In state- $13,856 Out-$43,476 Attendance(per Yr): In state-$27,812 Out-$ 57,432 Sports Academics/Career Majors Review The U-M has many sports that students can enroll in such as: Baseball,Basketball ,Cross Country,Football,Golf,Gymnastics, Hockey,Lacrosse,Swimming & Diving Tennis,Track & Field,Wrestling. Basketball and soccer are among some of the most popular sports at the University. About U-M U-M has many career choices to choose, but among those are : Law, Social Justice, Kinesiology, Dental hygiene, Musical education / Musical Composition, and Womens studies. You can choose these as your course of study also known as your major I think that I would go to the University of Michigan because it has so much to offer that I would like especially the sports such as soccer and basketball. It also has one of the highest graduation rates so it has a very good education system Michigan State The University of Michigan is a public University that is currently located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. The Presidents house is one of the oldest buildings on the campus and was built when the University was relocated from Detroit, Michigan to Ann Arbor and was built in 1837. The 2015 attendance of the University was over 43k students on the Campus. Around 90.7 % of the students at U-M graduate leaving it with one of the Universities with the highest graduation rate in the country
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