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Transcript: Financial Aid & Scholarships Humanities Mathematics English(including composition) Foreign Languages Sciences (biological or physical) Social science Academic Support Office for information Maximum 14 sessions per course per term Peer tutors Study groups Scholarships Downtown Ann Arbor Museums Sports events University of Michigan Juniors/Seniors $14,812 In-state Tutoring Bibliography On and off campus Can choose roommate Housing can choose roommate Tuition Rates Career Center offers assistance Resume builder Admission Requirements 39,750 applied Apartments administer own scholarships Grants for families in need 75$ application fee 2 essays required one counselor and teacher letter Website dedicated for jobs Jobs on campus and off Work-Study employment 18% involved in Greek life 37 Fraternities 19 Sororities More than 1000 student organizations Greek Life/Clubs Freshmen/Sophomore $13,142 39,570 applied Off-Campus Financial Aid Office of financial aid Complete FAFSA to be considered Your Chances 13000 in-state 40000 out-of-state 18% of students involved 37 fraternities 19 sororities Over 1,000 student organizations about 15% Books and Supplies -$1,048 about 15% Housing Costs -$9,996 Juniors/Seniors $43,230 English Composition Fine Arts Humanities Natural Sciences Social Sciences Additional courses to get 50 credits Out-of-state Housing- 10,000 Books/Supplies-1,000 Personal/Miscellaneous-2,000 Founded 1817 in Detroit Main campus in Ann Arbor First classes held in 1841 Helping the Student 75$ application fee 2 essays required Early decision November 1 Deadlines Other Expenses Housing Social Activities Application Process free non-remedial tutoring on-campus job interviews internships resume assistance Freshmen/Sophomore $40,392 Job Opportunities Tuition ACT or SAT Average GPA of B+ higher ACT composite score 24 higher SAT above 1700 Personal and Miscellaneous -$2,054 Other Expenses Have to complete FAFSA April 30 to be considered 5970 accepted Many scholarships available General Education Requirements 5,790 accepted Early decision November 1 February 1 Application Process What are Your Chances? Internships & Resumes General Education Requirements

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Transcript: • FEDERAL PELL GRANT ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA: Awarded only to the lowest-income families Undergraduate; first bachelor's degree Must complete the financial aid application process by the priority filing deadline Eligibility is based, in part, on student enrollment at the beginning of a semester. If a student withdraws or receives a non-passing grade for a class, we must confirm that the student attended at least one session of that class. If you did not attend a class for which you withdrew or received a non-passing grade your Pell funding will be reduced. TERMS OF AWARD: Awards vary from $577 to $5,500, based on need Must be enrolled at least half-time; less than half-time enrollment allowed in certain circumstances Cannot receive for more than 12 full-time semesters The federal TEACH Grant Program will provide up to $4,000 per year* ($16,000 total for four-year undergraduate programs; $8,000 total for graduate studies) in grants to students who plan to teach full-time in high-need subject areas at schools that serve students from low-income families. Three-quarter-time students can receive up to $3,000 per year; half-time students can receive up to $2,000 per year; and less-than-half-time students can receive up to $1,000 per year. *Due to March 1, 2013 sequestration and federal budget cuts: TEACH Grants first disbursed after March 1, 2013 and before Oct. 1, 2013 will be reduced by 6 percent from the original statutory amounts. Grants disbursed on or after Oct. 1, 2013 will be reduced by 7.2 percent. For example, the maximum award of $4,000 is reduced by 6 percent or $240, would result in a maximum grant award of $3,760. Because total financial aid must not exceed the Cost of Attendance, receiving a TEACH Grant may reduce the recipient's eligibility for other sources of financial aid. Requirements: Grant recipients agree to teach for at least four years within eight years of finishing their teacher preparation program and to teach high-need subjects in designated schools that serve low-income students. If you do not complete the four-year teaching obligation, your grant will convert to an unsubsidized loan, which you will have to repay with interest calculated back to the date the funds were disbursed. Majors Women’s Studies College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Theatre Performance (acting and directing) School of Music, Theatre & Dance Theatre Design and Production School of Music, Theatre & Dance Theatre Arts School of Music, Theatre & Dance Statistics College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Sport Management School of Kinesiology Spanish College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Sound Engineering School of Music, Theatre & Dance Sociology College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Social Theory and Practice LSA Residential College Secondary Teacher Education School of Education Screen Arts & Cultures College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Russian, East European & Eurasian Studies College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Russian College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Romance Languages and Literature College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) RC Individual Concentration Program LSA Residential College Public Policy Gerald R. Ford School of Public Policy Psychology College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Political Science College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Polish College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Plant Biology College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Physics College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Physical Education with Teacher Certification School of Kinesiology Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE) College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Philosophy College of Literature, Science, and the Arts (LSA) Pharmaceutical Sciences College of Pharmacy 1) No academic weakness. Top 15 departments in every major field of study. Arguably, the most academically diversified and versitile university in the US. 2) Campus has a unique and perfect mix of intense academics, intellectual vibe and blow-your-mind school spirit. 3) You will never run out of cafes! 4) FREE shuttle buses to various parts of ann arbor. 5) they have tons of healthy options in dining halls as well as nutritional facts. 6) Snowy weather 7) Lots of great musical/theatrical performances right now 8) Huge Greek system with lots of frats and sororities to join if you are interested 9) Ann Arbor 10) Great football! •JOHN CLARK SHEEHAN was a chemist who pioneered the first synthetic penicillin breakthrough in 1957. University Of Michigan! f •ANTONIA NOVELLO was the first female US surgeon general. Scholarships! Sports Impacted Majors School of Medicine Michigan Resident| Non-Michigan Resident Professional 1st & 2nd year effective Fall 2013 Full time (14+ credits) $14,978 | $23,952 Part-Time First Hour $1,405 |$2,046 Part-Time Additional Hours $1,045 |$1,686 Masters in Health Professions Education

University of Michigan Presentation

Transcript: University of Michigan-Ann Arbor Located in Ann Arbor, Michigan Admission/Freshman Requirements Strong academic experience Personal and social experiences Diversity Average test scores: SAT Verbal: 570-670 SAT Math: 610-720 ACT Comp: 26-30 ACT English: 25-30 ACT Math: 26-30 Average GPA=3.8 High school preparation In general, students need: 4 years of english at least 2 years of foreign language 3-4 years of mathematics at least 3 years of science 2-3 years of social studies 4 other elective courses Freshman Restrictions Parking: Freshman and sophomores not eligible for parking permits through UM transportation services Eligibility for Student Storage Parking (for upperclassmen) Exceptional cases may be granted privilege of parking Freshmen may live on campus Residence halls Off-campus housing also available Application deadlines: Early app. deadline: 11/01 Normal deadline: 2/01 What I find attractive about U of M Beautiful campus 16:1 Student-to-teacher ratio Many classes contain less than 50 students Close to home Prestigious in academics Offer a wide variety of majors ranging from arts to sciences Most popular are business, engineering, and psychology Strong biology program (my interest) Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) General Biology Microbiology Neuroscience Plant Biology Concentration Tuition and Financial Aide Including Room and Board (about $10,000): In-state: $26,030 Out-of-state: $51,178 Financial Aide available Usually 90% of applicants have needs met Average amount given is just above $10,000 Attractions in Ann Arbor Botanical Gardens UM Museum of Art Hands-On Museum Exhibit Museum of Natural History Performing Arts Hall Kerrytown Law Quadrangle Greek Life Student Body Number of Fraternities-40 Number of Sororities-27 Freshman Men in Fraternities-15% Undergrad Men in Fraternities-16% Freshman Women in Sororities-22% Undergrad Women in Sororities-20% Michael O'Connor One of the largest student bodies in the U.S. 51% male, 49% female Total undergraduate students: 27,407 5.8% African American 12.1% Asian American 65.0% Caucasian 4.1% Latino 1% Native American 5.7% International students Total graduate students: 12,556 4.2% African American 8.8% Asian American 48.5% Caucasian 3.6% Latino 1% Native American 30.9% International students

University Of Michigan Presentation

Transcript: Every 2 out of 3 undergraduates receive financial aid Football Other - 10% Rowing 1931 E honor society 58 Greene Female - % Mascot Male - % Native American - 1% It has a lot of choices and opportunity, I feel that I would go to this college because it has many majors, clubs and sports to choose from. It is a good college to go to if you want a wide variety of majors and athletics. White/Casian - 67% OVER 250 DIFFERENT MAJORS! Lacrosse -High School Transcript -School Report -One Teacher Evaluation -TOEFL, MELAB, or IELTS scores (for non-native english speakers) -One of the top 5 U.S. public universities Cross Country Reflection -Around 250 different majors Resident freshman/sophomore $13,486 Non-Resident costs about $30,000 more Resident junior/senior $15,186 Non-Resident costs about $30,000 more Standard double dorm $10,246 Books and supplies cost around $1,048 Degrees Logo Masters Learning Environment Baseball 500 South Street, Ann Arbor, Mi 48109 ACT 30-33 SAT 2040-2260 Certificate 390 booster club University Of Michigan Ann Arbor Hockey -Undergraduate -Graduate -Professional Bachelors -A variety of sports and clubs to join Sports Asian American 13% Community Colleges Tuition and Fees Diversity Golf Hispanic/Latino - 4% Track/Field African American 5% Location Over 1,400 clubs! Washtenaw Community College Wrestling Abing multicultural council Classes Average G.P.A. of every student is 3.82 Applying Gender College Size The campus size is 3,245 acres Gymnastics Tennis -Experimental Psychology -Economics -Business administration -Management -Political Science 812 Campus Ministry Made by: Cayenne Gabaylo Water polo Doctorial It is a Rural College Interesting Points Soccer

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