Transcript: "The Free Automatic Bibliography and Citation Maker." EasyBib. N.p., n.d. Web. 24 Sept. 2012. <http://easybib.com/>. Misc Location Public school Degrees offered: web Address email@example.com *Houston Tx *Population-2,445,155 *Avg temp(97-101) in state credit hour :$824 out of state credit hour:$1701.50 annual room and state:$8753 Undergraduate aid typically awarded as shown 77% % of need met 82% % of freshmen with need who received financial aid Fact 2 every Friday is cougar Friday which the faculty and students wear red on Friday to show their pride Type of school Admission $6,466 in state 15,856 out of state Student Body Academic Departments For more information College of Architecture *industrial design *interior architecture Bauer College of Business *finance *management College of education *Health *Pre-major in education College of engineering *biomedical engineering *civil engineering College of hotel *Hotel and restaurant management College of liberal arts *Art *Art history College of natural science *chemistry *biology colors scarlet white 1:College name and seal 2:Table of context 3:Location 4:Type of school 5:Student body 6:Academic Departments 7:Cost 8:Financial Aid 9:History 10:Misc 11:Did you know 12:More information Undergraduates College of Architecture Bauer College of Business College of Education Cullen College of Engineering Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics College of Pharmacy College of Technology Undergraduate Interest Areas University of Houston College of Pharmacy *pharmaceutical science College of technology *biotechnology *Digital media Undergraduate interest area Pre-law *Pre-medicine Table of context financial aid Sites Did you Know Fact 1every year university celebrates frontier fiesta which is free live concerts variety shows by student organizations and carnival booths and multicultural performances 4800 Calhoun rd Houston TX,77204 founding date may 1927 Fact 1 became university in 1934 Fact 2 2 years later acquired land for permanent campus in 1939 Fact 3 now serves 39,800 students annually. Mascot Admissions address firstname.lastname@example.org Fact 3 The cougar spirit cord symbol of students pride. So it can make scholarships available for next year. school coed Costs History
Transcript: Environment Abby Whitehead 250 miles from Sunnyvale 75 Acres Coed Location 1,844 4 year Public Physical Campus Size Size Houston, Tx Urban 2.1 million University of Houston Enrollment
Transcript: It was founded in 1927 In 1947, the institution launched one of its many rich traditions by adopting a cougar named Shasta as the official school mascot. Its first building opened in 1939. The University became a state institution in 1963 and joined the newly created University of Houston System in 1977. There are now more than 39,000 students there! Dining: Residential Restaurants Cougar Xpress Markets Retail Venues College of Pharmacy University of Houston Pharmacists practice in a variety of patient care and research settings, including clinics/hospitals, community pharmacy, managed- and long-term care facilities, government/public health, non-profit organizations and foundations, and the pharmaceutical industry. School Mascot- Cougar School Colors- Scarlet Red & Albino White $410.13 per semester hour for Texas residents. $720.13 per semester hour for nonresidents. In addition, to tuition, about $1600.00 in fees is also required each semester for full-time students. Traditions Dorm Rooms: Cougar Village 2-bedroom Double Cougar Village 2-bedroom Single Moody Towers Double Moody Towers Single Moody Towers Super Single Mascot/School Colors Program of Study Campus Life Corrine Haynes History of The School Cost of Attendance Each year the University celebrates the Frontier Fiesta Every Friday is declared Cougar Red Friday UH has a long tradition of community service The University of Houston Class Ring Cougar Spirit Cord At sporting events, the campus rallies around Shasta, UH's cougar mascot Before a big game, Cougar fans "rub the paws" At game time, Cougar fans show their support by making the "cougar sign" Game time push-ups UH Frontiersman BLAZE
Transcript: Women UH Mascot Majors Offered 4-Year Graduation Rate: 15% 6-Year Graduation Rate: 46% Athletics Student Population and Graduation Rate ACT/SAT Score Requirements Types of Degrees Offered University of Houston www.uh.edu Tuition Cost for Freshman Year (2012) Accounting Biomedical Engineering Industrial Engineering Marketing Psychology Men 112 Bachelors 131 Masters 54 Research Doctorates 3 Professional Doctorate Degrees Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Track and Field Basketball Cross Country Soccer Softball Swimming and Diving Tennis Track and Field Volleyball University of Houston has a mascot called Shasta. Shasta is a cougar. Student Population: 40,747 Student to Teacher Ratio: 21 : 1
Transcript: Typical Major Courses: calculus, computer architecture, physics, etc. Take as many math courses Activities Offered What I Don't Like... Top 10%-25% of Class SAT: Minimum of 1000 ACT: Minimum of 21 Cost Thank you for your attention! Houston, Texas Urban setting Very large city (500,000+) Commuter campus 3 miles from downtown A lot of activites Campus Student Faculty Ratio: 23:1 College Location Sources Majors Offered Popular Majors Business/Marketing: 29% Psychology: 8% Social Sciences: 8% Biology: 6% Communications/Journalism: 6% Engineering: 5% Interdisciplinary Studies: 5% Visual and Performing Arts: 5% What I LIke... University of Houston Admission Requirements In-State Tuition: $6,466 Out-of-State Tuition: $15,856 On-Campus Room and Board: $8,318 On-Campus Room Only: $5,098 On-Campus Board Only: $3,220 Average Cost for Books and Supplies: $1,200 Required Fees: $2,745 Other Expenses: $2,624 "University of Houston." Princeton Review. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Feb 2012. <http://www.princetonreview.com/schools/college/CollegeBasics.aspx?iid=1023561>. . "University of Houston." Collegeboard. N.p., n.d. Web. 1 Feb 2012. <http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/search/CollegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=149>. Quality of Life rating: 75 Not many take engineering Graduation Requirements Some include Chamber Orchestra Literary Magazine Radio Station Speakers Forum Student Film Society Theater Program
Transcript: By: Baylee Rose-Holton In 2011, 39,820 students enrolled in the University of Houston. 21:1 Student to faculty ratio. Acceptance rate of 63.3% The University of Houston offers 120 undergraduate majors and minors and pre-professional programs for the medical, law, pharmaceutics, and many other fields. Located in Houston, Texas. Public University Founding in 1927. In 1947, the university adopted a cougar which they named Shasta, as its official mascot. Every Friday is declared Cougar Red Friday. Enrollment Application Deadline: February 1st, 2013 $50 application fee High School Transcript SAT: 1500 out of 2400 ACT: 18 English, 22 Reading, 22 Math, and 24 Science Top 15% requires no minimum test score About The University of Houston Tuition and Financial Aid Resident Freshamn cost : $18,071 15% of students live on campus Variety of scholarships with different ranging amounts. $400 book loan Campus Life 50.3% male, 49.7% female. 12.1% African Americans 19.3% Asian American 23.8% Hispanic 33.1: White Freshman requirements for admission The University Of Houston Offers a variety of sports including, football, basketball (M&W), Soccer (W), Baseball, Golf, Volleyball, Track and Field (M&W), Tennis as well as 30 intramural activities through the Campus Recreation programs. Student Demographics Courses
Transcript: University of Houston Social life is great since it's location is in Houston Since the 1940's it has made a day for family fun, concerts, cookoffs, and carnivals This event is called the Frontier Fiesta Association(FFA) In 1947 it adopted the cougar, named Shasta, as the school mascot It is a major public research and teaching institution Its nice buildings fit perfectly in the fourth largest city in the U.S.... HOUSTON U of H was established in 1934 It is a 667 acre campus Its student body is around 30,000 This school offers me a great opportunity to study in this prestigious building of Engineering
Transcript: By Nik http://www.uh.edu/about/history/ Academic/Professional Activities Funding Board Event Leadership -Council of Ethnic Organizations -Frontier Fiesta -Homecoming Greek Leadership Student Government Association Student Video Network NEW Recreation Center Requirements The University of Houston was founded in 1927, though it actually became the University in 1934. Two years later, the institution acquired land for a permanent campus, and its first building opened in 1939. Activities Majors & Minors SAT: a combined verbal and mathematics score of 1070 with at least 500 on both the verbal and the mathematics sections. Want to fight for civil liberties and human rights? Or do your interests run more to anime or kayak fishing? Wherever your passions lie, you’re sure to find a match among UH’s 400+ organizations, fraternities and sororities, leadership programs and other groups: Students in the University of Houston can enjoy many different activities among many other students. You can also get a chance to go to the new recreation center. Minors A-Z Accounting Advanced Surveying and Engineering Technology Advertising African American Studies Air Force Leadership American Cultures Anthropology Arab Studies Architecture Art History for other majors Art History for sudio art/art majors Arts (Studio) Asian American Studies Atmospheric Sciences Beverage Management and Marketing Biochemical & Biophysical Sciences Bioinformatics in Biotechnology & Biomedical Sciences Biology Bioprocessing in Biomedical & Biopharmaceutical Sciences Business Administration Business Foundations Chemistry Chinese Studies Classical Studies Communication Communication Sciences & Disorders Computer Applications Technology Computer Engineering Technology Computer Graphics Technology Computer Science Construction Management Creative Work Dance Drilling Technology Economics Education, Certification Track Education, Non-Certification Track Electrical Power Engineering Technology Energy and Sustainability English Film Studies Finance French French for Business-Related Professions Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender (GLBT) Studies Geology Geophysics German German Area Studies Global and International Studies Graphic Communications Technology Greek Health Health Communication History Human Development & Consumer Sciences Human Development & Family Studies Human Nutrition and Food Studies Human Resource Management India Studies Interdisciplinary Arts (IART) Italian Jewish Studies Kinesiology Latin Latin American Studies Law, Values, and Policy Leadership Management Management Information Systems Manufacturing Systems Marketing Mathematics Mechanical Engineering Medicine and Society Mexican American Studies Military Leadership Music Literature Music Theory Nano Engineering National Security Studies Naval Science Organizational Leadership & Supervision Personal Financial Planning Petroleum Engineering Philosophy Phronesis: A Program in Politics and Ethics Physics Political Science Psychology Public Relations Purchasing Quantitative Social Sciences Religious Studies Retailing and Consumer Science Risk Management & Insurance Sales Sociology Spanish Spanish for the Business Professions Supply Chain and Logistics Technology Supply Chain Management Training & Development Women’s Studies World Cities World Cultures & Literature Required High School Credits English 4 Mathematics 3 Sciences 2 Social Studies 3 Campus Life History GPA 2.5 Majors A-Z Accounting American Sign Language and Interpreting Anthropology Architecture Art Art History Art with Teacher Certification Biochemical & Biophysical Sciences Biology Biomedical Engineering Biotechnology Business Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering Chemistry Chinese Studies Civil Engineering Classical Studies Communication Communication Sciences & Disorders Computer & Electrical Engineering Computer Engineering Technology Computer Information Systems Computer Science Construction Management Creative Writing, English Dance Digital Media Earth Science Economics Electrical Engineering Electrical Power Engineering Technology English Entrepreneurship, Business Environmental Design Environmental Science Exercise Science, Kinesiology Finance, Business French Geology Geophysics, Physics Health History Hotel & Restaurant Management Human Development & Family Studies Human Resource Development Industrial Design Industrial Engineering Interior Architecture Interpersonal, Communication Italian Studies Journalism, Communication Kinesiology–Exercise Science Kinesiology–Sports Administration Liberal Studies Management, Business Management Information Systems, Business Marketing, Business Mathematical Biology Mathematics Media Studies, Communication Media Production, Communication Mechanical Engineering Mechanical Engineering Technology Music Music–Applied Music–Area of Elective Studies Music Composition Music Theory Nutrition (Human Nutrition & Foods) Organizational Leadership and Supervision Painting, Art Petroleum Engineering
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