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Transcript: $14,046 Number one school for aspiring veterinarians Grown up around animals my whole life Close to home Living On- Campus In order to qualify for finanical aid, you must comolete the FAFSA or California Dream Act Application $32,675 Middle class scholorship $1,601 $629 work study ASUCD UC Davis Health System UC Davis Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital satellite campus center What i want to DO Non-Resident Living On-Campus $1,979 Davis is a youthful, vibrant community for college students. You could go downtown and enjoy a nice cup of coffee or go to the local movie theatre. $2,328 Expense Budgets CA Resident tuition/ fees Books and Supplies Room and Board Personal Expenses Transportation Subtotal Health Insurance Total Costs $14,046 History of UC Davis $8,598 Campus life 411 on UC Davis By: Grace Waddell why am i interested? am i still interested? $1,394 Family incomes of less than $80,000 will have their fees and tuition covered by "gift aid" To apply you submit your FAFSA or Dream Act Application $1,561 Aggie Grant plan $2,328 $629 Financial aid teachers assistant counseling vet aide camp adventure health related internships $14,838 $40,729 $59,357 Admission requirements Internships UC Davis financial aid program Middle-income families Income ranges from $80,000- $120,000 To apply you apply your FAFSA of California Dream Act Application $1,601 UC Davis was first founded in 1905 First established as a University Farm School Enrollment: 35,186 one of the top public universities in the US Campus is located off Interstate 80, next to the city of Davis Complete "a-g" courses with a GPA of 3.0 or better Basically need all A's SAT with essay or ACT $14,838 Animal Science (ANS) First courses are biological and physiological courses Then more advanced courses like animal behavior, biochemistry, genetics, etc Choose a particular class of animals There are major cost differences between resident and non-resident. Living Off- Campus $1,601 UC Davis student-athletes compete at a Division 1 level wide range of sports 39 sport clubs recreation center $29,946 community Although UC Davis isnt the cheapest, it still remains at the top of my list for options after I graduate high school. Its majors and programs couldn't fit more perfect for what I want to become in life. I know I can excel in becoming a veternarian. Part-time jobs Employment $1,561 Approximately 100 different majors ~ Cognitive Science major ~ Entomology UC Davis has their own Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital PSTP (Physician Scientist Training Program) $35,003 Blue and Gold opportunity plan Courses I will need to take $2,328 majors/ Programs Offered Family incomes up to $150,000 Maximum award is 30% of the tuition and fees amount $27,618 tuition & cost $61,685 I want to become a vetrinarian for small animals because I've always had a special love for animals so why not make a career out of it.

UC Davis Presentation

Transcript: UC Map Contact Info. Phone: (530) 754-GIFT (4438) E-mail: Fax: (530)754-2294 Mailing address: One Shields Avenue, Davis, CA 95616 Office location: UC Davis Conference Center, 2nd Floor, Main Campus Location Housing types Dorms On-Campus Mostly for first-year under graduates with families. Undergrads Living-On Campus-75% Average Off-Campus Room -$8,164 Dorms Off -Campus About five miles away from campus 25% living off campus Average On-Campus $12,697 Environment UC Davis is suburban since it is on the outside of the city (Sacramento). Student Population Majors Admission Cost Cost Statistics In-State Tuition: $9,358 Out-of-State Tuition: $32,027 Room & Board: $12,361 Books & Supplies: $1,590 Special Scholarships Scholarships UC Davis Offers The Regents Scholarship covers twelve quarters of undergraduate study for freshman recipients and six quarters for new recipients with junior-level standing Alumni scholarships to outstanding students entering the fall term from California, Oregon and Washington. The minimum GPA requirement is 3.50 for freshman applicants and 3.25 for transfer applicants from community colleges. An online essay must be submitted as part of the application. Restricted scholarships are available only to students with specific backgrounds, academic interests, career objectives and other criteria Student Life •School spirit, Picnic Day, and the Whole Earth Festival Men:Baseball/Basketball/ Cross Country/ Football Golf/Soccer/Tennis/Track & Field/Water Polo Women:Basketball/Cross Country/Field Hockey/Golf/Gymnastics/Lacrosse/Soccer/Softball/Swimming and Diving/Tennis/Track & Field/Volleyball/Water Polo Gunrock the Mustang School Colors:Navy Blue,Gold By:Fiona Fong Mr.Lee 2nd AVID UC Davis is located around the northern side of California General Statistics Founded: 1908 Coed: Yes Control: Public Setting: Suburban Academic Calendar: Quarter General Religion: None Specific Religion: None Center African American 3% Asian American 41% Hispanic 13% Total:32,290 International 2% Native American 1% White 34% Unknown 7% Psychology, General 10% Biology/Biological Sciences, General 7% Economics, General 6% Agricultural Business and Management, Other 5% Organizational Communication, General 5% C Sacramento is the closest city to UC Davis Colors/Mascot/Team Who are you looking at?! Davis is one of the most well known public Universities in California UC Davis Standardized Test Scores Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of) SAT (25th - 75th Percentile) 500 - 630 550 - 670 510 - 640 1560 - 1940 (2400) ACT (25th - 75th Percentile) 21 - 28 24 - 29 Not Reported 22 - 28 (36) General Statistics Top 10% of HS Class: 95% SAT/ACT Required: Not Reported Students Submitting SAT: 98% Students Submitting ACT: 41% SAT Subject Test Requirements D Modavi avis U

UC Davis

Transcript: University of California: Davis Aly Clewis Ms. Adams English 3,4 Period 2 March 2, 2012 UC Davis is a public college that is known for its specialties in biological sciences, veterinarian medicine, enology, viticulture, and agriculture. It runs on a quarter semester system. UC Davis is located near the San Francisco Bay Area. The largest of their campuses is 5,300 acres. UC Davis has 4 colleges: Agriculture and Environmental Sciences Biological Sciences Engineering Letters and Science They also have 6 professional schools: Education Law Management Medicine Veterinarian Medicine Betty Irene Moore School of Nursing Aerospace, Science & Engineering, African American & African Studies, Agricultural & Environmental Education, American Studies, Animal Biology, Animal Science, Animal Science & Management, Anthropology, Applied Mathematics, Applied Physics, Art History, Art Studio, Asian American Studies, Atmospheric Science, Biochemical Engineering, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology, Biological Sciences, Biological Systems, Engineering, Biomedical Engineering, Biotechnology, Cell Biology, Chemical Engineering, Chemical Engineering/Materials Science & Engineering, Chemistry, Chicana/Chicano Studies, Chinese, Civil Engineering, Classical Civilization, Clinical Nutrition, Communication, Community and Regional Development, Comparative Literature, Computer Engineering, Computer Science, Computer Science and Engineering, Design, Dramatic Art, East Asian Studies, Ecological Management & Restoration, Economics, Electrical Engineering, Electronic Materials Engineering, English, Entomology, Environmental Horticulture & Urban Forestry, Environmental Policy, Analysis & Planning Environmental Science & Management, Fiber & Polymer Science, Film Studies, Food Science, French, Genetics, Geology, German, History, Human Development, Hydrology, International Agricultural Development, International Relations, Italian, Japanese, Landscape Architecture, Linguistics, Managerial Economics, Materials Science and Engineering, Mathematical & Scientific Computation, Mathematics, Mechanical Engineering, Mechanical Engineering/Materials Science & Engineering, Medieval & Early Modern Studies, Microbiology, Middle East/South Asia Studies, Music, Native American Studies, Natural Sciences, Neurobiology, Physiology & Behavior, Nutrition Science, Optical Science & Engineering, Philosophy, Physics, Plant Biology, Plant Sciences, Political Science, Political Science – Public Service, Psychology, Religious Studies, Russian, Science and Technology Studies, Sociology, Sociology – Organizational Studies, Spanish, Statistics, Sustainable Agriculture and Food Systems, Technocultural Studies, Textiles & Clothing, Undeclared – Fine Arts, Undeclared – Humanities, Undeclared – Life Sciences, Undeclared – Physical Sciences, Undeclared – Social Sciences, Undeclared/Exploratory – College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, Viticulture & Enology, Wildlife, Fish & Conservation Biology, Women's Studies. Cost of Attendance & Living The cost of tuition at UC Davis is $11,220.00 per year. All the other college expenses such as facilities and campus enhancement brings the total cost per year to $15,123.36. UC Davis has many different clubs including The Animal Welfare Organization Book Club The Canine Medicine Club Cooking Club There are also many different sports that you can try out for, such as Golf Basketball Gymnastics Cross Country Football Tennis UC Davis' mascot is Gunrock the aggie. The school colors are dark blue and gold. UC Davis has many different types of scholarship programs including: Regents Scholarship UC Davis Funds UG Entering Scholarship Alumni Scholarship Prestigious Scholarships Outside Agency Scholarships To get into UC Davis, you need to have fulfilled your A-G requirements, have taken the ACT Assessment plus Writing or the SAT reasoning Test. Applications for admission and fellowship are accepted for fall quarter only. Future students may apply for admission any time after their junior year. There are many different systems of transportation at UC Davis including an Amtrak Shuttle, bike routes, buses, car rentals, skating, and walking. UC Davis offers financial aid for: Prospective Undergraduates Entering Undergraduates Graduates & Professional Students Transfer Students Veterans International Students Non-California Residents Undocumented Students Education Abroad Programs UC Davis has a very high graduation rate. The End Mascot & Colors Financial Aid Admission Scholarships Overview Transportation Clubs and Athletics Campus (School Size) Majors Graduation Rate

UC Davis Presentation

Transcript: Location of College Housing UC Davis Presentation Activities minimum G.P.A 3.95-4.25 weighted unweighted is 3.72-3.96 high school G.P.A 4.07 80,000 applicants applied for UC Davis this year clubs: UCD's Panhellenic 1 sororities are Alpha Chi Omega, Alpha Kappa Delta Phi, Delta Phi UCD's non-Panhellenic sororities include: Alpha Delta Chi, Alpha Kappa Alpha, Delta Sigma Theta, athletic: wrestling, soccer, baseball, basketball, softball, Rugby, and more College Expenses motto in English : Facilities Mascot:Gunrock the Mustang ¨ let there be light ¨ application deadline January 1 to March 2 scholarships: Merritt Based, Need Based Scholar, grants, loans, scholarships more than 70% of students receive financial aids enrollment in 2014 was 35,415 students its 5,300 acres By: Jessica Sanchez & Samantha Maganda its 3 hours and 49 minutes away from Tulare its just west of Sacramento recreational (for fun): outdoor adventures,mu games area,Toomey Field and Woody Wilson Track required SAT/ACT scores are SAT math is 670 SAT for reading is 618 ACT 29 Financial Aid Academics Admission Requirements Environment yes they have are major Health Science & Criminology student faculty ratio is 18:1 size classes classes fewer then 20 students is 34.81% 20-49 students male 42.3% & female 57.7% its a public school types available: residence halls, student housing apartment, must meet student housing eligibility requirements food plan: Unlimited plan/ quarter , Prime line meal plan, Frequent dinner meal plan, Aggie advantage meal plan, & Budget saver meal plan tuition is $13,951 Books & Supplies $1,576 Room & Board $14,517 Size

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Transcript: International Student Retention Initiative Barriers to Retention Rates for International Students Academic Barriers Financial Barriers Social/Cultural Barriers Communication Resources Relationships International Student Peer Mentoring Program Facilitate peer-to-peer mentoring relationships formalize a process develop programmatic support system & lines of communication establish feedback and evaluation opportunities (see assessment plan) Organize program/events implement on & off campus events utilize resources database for existing events create one-on-one as well as program-wide events plan a mix of social, cultural, and academic opportunities Create resources databases collect & organize a list pertinent resources utilize various technologies make databases easily accessible and understood Establish greater social network create opportunities between all program participants administrators & staff non-international students local communities promote an online community Services for International Students & Scholars Community Service Resource Center recruit international student mentors plan & implement mentor orientation create mentee sign-up/application identify incoming international students develop marketing strategies hire student workers (mentor/mentee coordinator, programmer) (or establish volunteer planning committee) The mission of the peer mentoring program for international students is to create an opportunity to formally establish a relationship between a new international student to an international student who has studied at the institution for at least two semesters. By creating a peer mentoring relationship, a new international student will have at least one person on campus to turn to for support, particularly someone who is familiar with the stressors of transitioning into a new country and school. Spring through the Cross Cultural Center @ UC Davis Objectives Student Academic Success Center Early Fall Summer End of Academic Year Financial Aid Office & Program Timeline By participating in this program, students will be able to: establish a mentoring relationship with least one other international student at the institution identify at least three appropriate resources available to them on campus name at least two support persons (not program mentor) available to them on campus Operational Outcomes Student Employment Center Analyze data collected Improve program based on assessment Throughout the Year Student Health & Counseling Services Center for Student Involvement In preparation for upcoming year: identify incoming international students recruit mentors Program Potential Partners & Collaborators Organize 3 on-campus events one social/cultural, academic, and resource-oriented Organize 2 off-campus excursions Learning Outcomes By the first year, the program will: formally match at least 20 new international students to international student mentors have at least 50% of mentee participants return to serve as mentors for the following year have at least 75% of mentor & mentee participants rate their overall experience as "satisfied" or "very satisfied" Intended Outcomes Fall: focus groups Spring: evaluations & surveys debrief with planning committee/mentors promote mentoring program to incoming international student (during Orientation) plan & implement program orientation for mentees host first meet & greet between matched mentors/mentees Questions? Assessment Plan

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