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UH Manoa

Transcript: m 1 2 p b Y g X F Kayla Miguel UH MANOA E Major: Education Career: Math Professor D UH Manoa is... Location Located in Honolulu, HI Type Public Co-Educational Size Male/female ratio: 42:58 Total student population: 17,612 Setting Urban Campus that is 320 acres in size. Admisson Difficulty SAT Requirements: 510 Critical Reading / Math OR ACT 22 English / Math / Composite 81% Acceptance Rate C University of Manoa Financial Help Native Hawaiian students enrolled on the UH Mānoa campus must by full-time undergraduates with a 2.5 GPA University of Hawai'i Mānoa Kua'ana Tuition Waiver Pays all tuiton for the school year. Students have to reapply every year. Award amount: $10,000/year (for 4 years) Status: Resident Class: Freshman Minimum GPA: 3.5 SAT or ACT Scores: "High" Aditional Requirements: Personal Statement, Letter of Recommendation and UH Mānoa Application. New Warrior Scholarships: CHANCELLOR'S SCHOLARSHIP B Five Fun Facts: UH Manoa has nine All-Gender Restrooms on campus. Brought to you by the LGBTQ+ Club. Honolulu, where UH Manoa is located, is one of America’s safest cities. UH Manoa is in the Division I athletics program with approximately 450 students on 20 varsity teams in affiliation with the Western Athletic Conference The Mānoa Guardian app for smartphones is designed to allow Department of Public Safety (DPS) officers to assist you to your car/ dorms whenever you feel in danger. UH Manos's Campus Center Board Activities Council throws a Cram Jam event at the end of every Semester that includes late-night events for students to get ready to ace exams. A Thank you!

UH MANOA

Transcript: Beach Paddling Snorkling Hiking Sports Fishing Shopping Etc. History UH Manoa was founded in 1907 under the Morril Act, and was the first college of agriculture and mechanics. In 1912 the college was moved to Manoa Valley, Hawaii Hall was the first permanent building of the campus. In 1920 the college became the University of Hawaii, and continued to grow through the ages. Meal Plans Career Service Accounting Engineering Nursing Marine Biology Hawaiian Theater Real Estate Etc. Many clubs Sports for men and women Many community service projects Service Learning Hiking Beach Paddling Activities Description Deposit: $225 Coed housing Apartments for married and single students Special housing for disabling students SAT or ACT SAT-R:480-580, M:500-610, W:470-580 ACT-21-27 4 yrs. of English 3 yrs. of Math 3 yrs. of Science 3 yrs. of Social Studies GPA: 2.5-3.75 recommended essay 2500 Campus Road, Honolulu, HI 96822, 808-956-8111 Medium sized, Public University Known for its research fields in oceanography, astronomy, Pacific and Asian studies, linguistics, cancer research, and genetics Offers bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees and is popular for its art and science Application School activities http://manoa.hawaii.edu/ https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-university-search/university-of-hawaii-at-manoa Help develop career plan Help choose major Career guidance and counseling Assist in job searching $12,786 Average 1st year package 81% receives financial aid Manoa Merit Scholarship: 2,500 per semester Presidential Scholarship: 4,000 a year Regents Scholarship: 4,000 a year MAP Financial Aid and Scholarships Campus living UH MANOA NICHOLAS CHAI Interested Majors Academics PRIME 19- all meals, $2,374 Choice 14-14 meals in a week, $2,057 Select 10- 10 meals served each week, $1,794 Basic 7- 7 meals served each week, $1,524 Citations Engineering Marine Biology Real Estate

University of Hawaii Manoa (UH Manoa)

Transcript: University of Northern Colorado (UNC) A. Enrollment: 4,587 B. Location: Fort Collins, Colorado C. Costs per year: (Resident) $24,154, (Non-resident) $41,034 D. Acceptance: 74.7% E. Deadline: Feb. 1 F. ACT Composite: 22-27 -SAT scores: (500-620),(520-640) -GPA: 3.5 G. (Female) 52%, (Male) 48% -Students w/ loans: 49% -Students w/ grants: 50% H. Student support service: Academic Advising/Support -Clubs: baseball, Hockey, Crew team -Sports: (Men) Basketball, Cross country, Football, Golf, Track & Field (women) Basketball, Cross country, Soccer, Softball.. J. Great location, Outdoor activities, Mascot, Good athletics, Division I Mesa State University (MSU) The University of Oregon A. Enrollment: 2,101 B. Location: Grand Junction, Co C. Costs per year: (resident) $, (Non-resident)$ D. Acceptance: 82.35% E. Deadline: F. ACT Composite: SAT scores: ( -GPA: 3.2 G. (female) 39.8%, (male) 60% H. Student support services:Career services/advising -Clubs: Basketball, Baseball, Wrestling -Sports:(Men) Basketball, Football, Soccer, Softball, Tennis (Women) Basketball, Track & Field, Volleyball J. Division II sports, location, great school, outdoor activities, variety of clubs University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) A. Enrollment: 2,218 B. Location: Greeley, Co C. Costs per year: (resident) $18,838, (non-resident) $30,382 D. Acceptance: 69.68% E. Deadline: May 1 F. ACT composite: 20-24 -SAT score: (470-580), (470-570) G. (female) 49.67%, 50% (male) -GPA: 3.2 H. Students support services: Academic/career counseling -Clubs: Climbing, hockey, tennis, taekwondo -Sports: (men) Basketball, Football, (women) Volleyball, Soccer J. Great location, weather, mascot, outdoors, instate CSU Fort Collins A. Enrollment: 3,294 B. Location: Greeley, Co C. Costs per year: (resident) $18,838, (non-resident) $30,382 D. Acceptance: 69.68% E. Deadline: May 1 F. ACT composite: 20-24 -SAT score: (470-580), (470-570) G. (female) 49.67%, 50% (male) -GPA: 3.2 H. Students support services: Academic/career counseling -Clubs: Climbing, hockey, tennis, taekwondo -Sports: (men) Basketball, Football, (women) Volleyball, Soccer J. Great location, weather, mascot, outdoors, instate A. Enrollment: 4,167 B Location: Eugene, Oregon U.S. C. Costs per year: (residents) $24,405, (Non-residents) $45,375 additional fees $362.00 D. Acceptance: 74.2% E. Deadline: May 15 F. ACT composite: 22-28 -SAT scores: (495-620), (500-620), (490-610) -GPA: 3.59 G. (Female) 52 % (Male) 47.6% H. Student support services: Academic advising/support -Clubs: Dance, Fencing, Jiu Jitsu, Nordic Skii, Scuba -Sports: (men) Baseball, Bask., Cross Country, Football, (women) Cross Country, Golf, Lacrosse, Soccer, Tennis, Track & Field... J. Beautiful location, great athletic programs, school colors, Mascot, Known school Christa Kekahuna

UH at Manoa

Transcript: History Deposit: $225 Coed housing Women's housing Apartments for married and single students Special housing for disabled students Degrees Public 4yr. University semester calender 14:1 student-faculty ratio Double major Study abroad Tuition and Fees: $25,652 $25,652 $25,652 Room and Board: $10,029 $9,410 $3,492 Books and Supplies: $1,170 $1,170 $1,170 Personal Expenses: $1,522 $1,529 $1,311 Transportation: $200 $200 $200 TOTAL: $38,573 $37,961 $32,025 Other Information University of Hawaii at Manoa On Campus Off Campus Home UH Manoa was founded in 1907 under the Morrill act, and was first the college of agriculture and mechanic arts. Classes began the following year with President John Gilmore and five freshman, five preparatory students and 13 faculty. In 1912 the newly named college of Hawaii was relocated to Manoa valley. Hawaii Hall was the first permanent building to be constructed amidst pig farms and Kiawe groves. In 1920 the college became The University of Hawaii, and continued to grow through the 1930's. Tuition Undergraduate Admissions Requirements Student Organizations NCAA Division 1 Home of the Rainbow Warriors Colors: Green & White On Campus Off Campus Home By Precious Texeira Bachelor, Master, Doctoral Majors: Animal sciences, General (BA, MA) Architecture (PhD) Finance, General (BA) Journalism (BA) Computer Science (BA, MA, PhD) Education, General (PhD) Mechanical Engineering (BA, MA, PhD) Athletic Training (MA) Public Adminitration (MA) In-State Costs Activities: Campus ministries choral groups drama/theater Radio station Student newspaper SAT or ACT SAT scores: R 480-580 M 500-610 W 470-580 ACT composite: 21-27 High School Preparation: 4 yrs. English 3 yrs. Math 3 yrs. Science 3 yrs. Social Studies 4 yrs. Academic Electives GPA range: 2.50-3.74 28% 3.75+ GPA recommend essay Out-Of-State Costs Financial Aid: $12,243 average aid package 78% need met Sports: Baseball Basketball (M/W) Football Softball Tennis (M/W) Volleyball (M/W Thank you 2500 Campus Road, Honolulu, HI 96822 808-956-8111 Housing Tuition and Fees: $9,404 $9,404 $9,404 Room and Board: $10,029 $9,410 $3,692 Books and Supplies: $1,170 $1,170 $1,170 Personal Expenses: $1,522 $1,529 $1,311 Transportation: $200 $200 $200 TOTAL: $22,325 $21,713 $15,777

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