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Transcript: Incoming students:English: 4 required , 4 recommended Foreign language : 1 required , 3 recommended History : 1 required , 1 recommended Lab : 2 recommended Math: 4 required , 4 recommended Science : 3 required , 3 recommended Social studies : 2 required , 2 recommended Academic electives : 1 required , 1 recommended Total : 16 required , 20 recommended GPA:3.3 Interesting facts established in 1912 Located in downtown denver 1,294 students in freshmen class special apartemnts from single students and for married students requirements: english 4 required, 4 recommended foreign language: 3 required, 3 recommended history: 1 required, 1 recommended lab: 2 required, 2 recommended math: 4 required, 4 recommended social studies: 3 required, 3 recommended total: 17 required, 17 recommended required GPA: 3.5 facts: Offering approximately 3,600 courses in 150 fields of study, in arts and sciences, business, education, engineering, environmental design, journalism, law, and music Seventy-eight degree programs at the bachelor’s level, 56 at the master’s level, and 53 at the doctoral level Compare and contrast Similarities: both University of Denver and University of Colorado have the same school colors both universities are located in Colorado I'm more interested in University of Colorado Denver because 1)its closer to home 2)it's in downtown Denver 3) it has a smaller ratio of students CU Boulder location:Boulder Regent Administration Center, Room 125 Boulder, CO 80309-0552 colors:black and gold type of school: university enrollment: 32,558 mascot:buffalo Tuition in state: $8,741 room and board:fall and spring semester-$6890 book fees:$1,698 interesting fact:One of the nation’s top public urban research universities University of Denver University of Colorado Boulder tuition in state: $7,672 room and board: 12,258 interesting fact: the largest contributor to the university of Colorado's 5.3 billion in overall economic impact on the state of Colorado in physical year 2011/2012 University of Colorado Denver Location: 1380 Lawrence Street Suite 1450 Denver, CO 80202-1721 school Colors:black and gold mascot:Milo, the CU Denver Lynx mascot type of school:university Differences: University of Denver tuition:$8,741 University of Colorado Boulder tuition:$7,672 Campus setting (University of Colorado Denver: Downtown Denver Campus setting (university of Colorado Boulder):urban Boulder Student faculty ratio (university of Colorado Denver)-15:1 Student faculty ratio (university of Colorado Boulder)- 19:1 Size (university of Colorado Denver): 126 acres Size (university of Colorado Denver):600 acres VS.

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Transcript: requirements Submit a completed application for admission. We accept both the Pioneer Application and Common Application - please use the form that is most convenient for you. Please note that the Pioneer Application will become available at the end of August and the Common Application will be available beginning August 1. Submit an essay (included in the application form). Pay a $60 non-refundable application fee (check, money order or on-line payments accepted). Fee waivers for financial hardship are granted upon request - please speak with your counselor Submit an official secondary school transcript or official verification of the High School Equivalency Diploma (GED). Send the official results of your SAT and/or ACT directly from the College Board or ACT. The DU code for the SAT is 4842; the ACT code is 0534. The writing components for both the SAT and ACT as well as the SAT subject tests will be accepted for review but will not be used for admission decisions. For students who submit results from multiple test dates, we will mix and match the individual section scores to create a composite "superscore." Submit a school counselor recommendation/report (Pioneer Application Counselor Recommendation or Common Application Secondary School Report). Counselors can submit documents securely through SENDedu or the Common Application website. While not required, you may submit a teacher recommendation to speak further about your academic abilities. Admission to Medical and Architecture careers. Take these steps as a first-year applicant. APPLICATION CHECKLIST Total expenditure APPLICATION CHECKLIST university of denver

University of Denver

Transcript: Background: Need-Based Awards: Are offered to students of lower income/ background Deadlines: University of Denver, Colorado Standards The Hyde interview is a way to give every undergrad student who applies to DU an opportunity to meet with us in person. It is a face-to-face meeting with 1-3 members of the DU community. They take place in 30 cities around the country, and will last around 20 min. DU has around 100 majors ranging from Art to Law to medicine Tuition: $36,936 Fees: $897 Room and Board: $10,440 Total: $48,273 DU offers 2 non-binding application programs for first year students. Early Action: Nov 1st- App. deadline Nov- Hyde interview Jan- Decision letter May 1st- Deposit The average student applying to DU will have the following: A GPA of 3.5 ACT score of 25-30 The University of Denver was founded in 1864. It is the oldest university in the Rocky Mountain region. The campus is about 125 acres, and located in the university neighborhood about 7 miles south of Downtown Denver. They are currently enrolling about 5,000 undergraduates. Tuition and Fees: Application Checklist: Hyde interview: Regular Decision: Jan 15- App. deadline Feb- Hyde interview March- Decision letter May 1st- Deposit If you plan on applying to the University of Denver, you will need the following: High School transcripts SAT and or ACT scores Personal Essay Counselor recommendation (Optional teacher recommendation) Completed common or pioneer Application $50 application fee Merit based awards: These are offered to DU students who have outstanding talent or exceptional academic ability. Financial Aid Admissions Majors:

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Transcript: How does this have to do with Forensic Science *The average high school GPA for fall 2014 accepted students was 3.69. The middle 50 percent ranged from 3.48 to 4.0. * SAT score of 1232 * ACT of 28 Mass Media ? The ways forensic psychology is presented in the media impact how the readers/viewers perceive the field of forensic psychology. Although forensic psychology is not always presented in a way that actually resembles its careers in reality, it has become more accessible and more popular to the masses through media. Class requirements cont. Requirements Admission Committee recommends the following academic selection: *4 years of English *3-4 years of mathematics *3-4 years of natural sciences with at least 2 laboratory sciences *3-4 years of social sciences *3-4 years of foreign language. "Admission Standards | First-Year Students | University of Denver." Admission Standards | First-Year Students | University of Denver. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "Facts & Figures | Explore | University of Denver." Facts & Figures | Explore | University of Denver. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "MA Forensic Psychology | Graduate School of Professional Psychology | University of Denver." MA Forensic Psychology | Graduate School of Professional Psychology | University of Denver. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "Media Influences." History of Forensic Psychology. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "The Forensic Psychologist |." The Forensic Psychologist RSS. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "Tuition Expenses | International Students | Apply | Undergraduate Admission | Apply | University of Denver." Tuition Expenses | International Students | Apply | Undergraduate Admission | Apply | University of Denver. Web. 28 Sept. 2014. "University of Denver - Party Scene." Web. 28 Sept. 2014. Tuition & Potential Salary *Professionalism and Practice I (First‐Year Practicum *Interviewing and Theories of Psychotherapy *Issues in Forensic Psychology I: Forensic Mental Health Basics *Issues in Forensic Psychology II: Law Enforcement & Correctional Psychology *Issues in Forensic Psychology III *Group Interventions *Statistics The Masters Degree in forensic psychology concerns the application of psychological theory, knowledge, skills and competencies to the civil and criminal justice systems *may be found working in prisons, jails, rehabilitation centers, police departments, law firms, schools, government agencies, or in private practice* University of Denver Abby Tallon This contributes to forensic science because these people are usually focusing on assisting in court and are usually counselors. They are focusing on more criminal matters. Forensic Psychology Requirements for Forensic Psychology *Students will be required to pass a clinical competency exam in the spring of their second year *require that students engage in direct service through their field placements, working with diverse populations and in diverse settings * required to take a lot of psychology and law enforcement classes *Doctoral Degree required *Ranks fourth in the nation among doctoral and research institutions *Eric Alexander, scaled Mt. Everest with first blind climber to summit (UD amlumni) * They have a double-feature drive in movie theater a couple miles from campus Interesting fact of Forensic Psycholohy Requirements Continued *$58,950 Including Books and all other expenses per year (3 quarters) *$35,333 to $103,576 (Salary) Works Cited Interesting Facts *They are mostly clinical and counselors psychologist *Professional certification requires 1,000 hours in the field

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Transcript: Substance Use Disorders With over 20.3 million Americans suffering from substance use disorders each year and over 72,000 overdose deaths in 2017 alone it has never been more important or urgent that substance use disorders be understood.  Han B, Compton WM, Blanco C, Colpe LJ. Prevalence, Treatment, And Unmet Treatment Needs Of US Adults With Mental Health And Substance Use Disorders. Health Aff Proj Hope. 2017;36(10):1739-1747. doi:10.1377/hlthaff.2017.0584 Information Education A substance use disorders exerts a long and powerful influence on the brain that manifests in three distinct ways: Diease Model SUBSTANCE CRAVINGS LOSS OF CONTROL OVER USE CONTINUED USE DESPITE ADVERSE EFFECTS Recovery THE MANY FACES OF RECOVERY Recovery is an ongoing process that looks different for everyone. College Students in Recovery College Students in Recovery It is estimated, that one in six US young adults meet standard clinical criteria for current abuse or dependence of substances. This represents the highest percentage out of any age group at 16.3 percent. 1.3 million teens, or 1 in every 12 suffered from a substance use disorder in 2014. Though not a scientific representation, this formula helps understand how prevalent substance use disorders may be at the University of Denver. (see Knight et al., 2002 and Clements, 1999) Total number of DU students = 20,000 Number of students meeting criteria for substance use disorders ( 31.6 % ) = 6,320 Number of students meeting criteria for substance dependency (6%) = 1,200 Estimated number of students who will seek help (4%) = 300 THERE ARE AN ESTIMATED 300 STUDENTS AT DU WHO COULD POTENTIALLY BENEFIT FROM A COLLEGIATE RECOVERY COMMUNITY! DU IMPACT 2025 DU Impact 2025 Transformative Direction Students Learning and Leading in a Diverse and Global 21st Century Navigating DU, Navigating Life DU will encourage academic engagement by supporting students holistically in their personal and professional development. At DU students will acquire the skills they need to navigate their lives and careers as they learn to take charge of their educational journey and develop the knowledge base and competencies they need to thrive in life and work in the 21st century. (DU IMPACT 2025 p.8) Supporting Students These activities are intended to help college students meet their educational goals while maintaining a focus on their emotional and physical well-being, all in the context of substance use disorder recovery. Promoting campus based support meetings. Educational activities to promote awareness and reduce stigma. Clinical support services addressing emerging and acute problems related to substance use. A formal recovery center that serve as an infrastructure of support to students in recovery. Health and Wellness 7.7 MILLION Adults have co-occurring mental health and substance use disorders. Dual diagnosis or co-occurring is a term for when someone experiences a mental health and substance use problem simultaneously. Pioneering a Healthy College Experience Transformative Direction Engagement and Empowerment in Denver and the Rocky Mountain West Collaboration for the Public Good DU will enhance mutually reciprocal opportunities for university community collaboration to serve the public and to promote social change, with special attention to under served communities. We will expand our support for faculty and students who learn, serve and benefit from community-engaged methods of teaching, research and civic development. (DU IMPACT 2025 p.19) Community Relationships FINDING AND MAKING KNOWN COMMUNITY ASSETS AND RESOURCES Any person, place, or group that can meaningfully contribute to supporting and helping those in recovery. Asset The assembly of assets into a clearly defined, easily accessible recovery support offering. Practice The efforts that make assets visible and mobilize the community to assemble practices that can help students in recovery to reach their full potential while getting the most out of their college experience. Capacity Building Assets Finding Practice Assembly Capacity Building Community Asset Mapping Transforming educational institutions and communities into asset-rich settings and environments that have a positive vision for people in recovery. Community Asset Mapping Asset mapping is best known for its contribution to intentional community design and development—the process of engaging people in the enhancement of their specific communities. The office of Behavioral Health Strategies Colorado Mental Wellness Network Sandstone Care Harmony Foundation Creating an Asset Inventory Beyond the convenience of having one online location where our assets can be recorded and viewed by our students and community, every asset mapped will be appear on a map from coast-to-coast, and will form the footprint for a national movement behind collegiate recovery. For each unique asset identified we want to be sure to capture certain details that can help DU students in recovery find and

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