Transcript: University of School Type: Public University Date Founded: 1851 Academics: Gpa Required 3.2 or higher Required courses ACT score of atleast 25 Athletics: 24 Division 1 sports 12 mens/12 womens Womens hockey team recently won NCAA D1 national title local professional sports Herb Brooks 1980 USA olympic hockey coach Minnesota
Transcript: Basketball Volleyball Cross Country Cheerleading Hockey Golf Softball Rowing & ETC U Of M Location Fun FACTS (: Diversity ! African-American 1,384 American Indian 390 Asian/Pacific 3,489 Chicano/Latino 858 White 21,666 International 2,642 Unknown 353 Federal government ethnicity and racial definitions U.S. states represented 50 Countries represented 143 Out-of-state students 36% In-state students 64% Female 50.9% Male 49.1% UofM traditions Unique Buildings Each year, residence hall students are invited to vote for their favorite cereals, and the top vote getters are offered in all residence halls throughout the year. More than 2,700 students voted, and the winners are: •Frosted Flakes •Cinnamon Toast Crunch •Lucky Charms •Reese's Puffs •Apple Jacks •Cap N' Crunch •Honey Nut Cheerios •Life •Frosted Mini Wheats Room and board costs $8,312 for double occupancy and 14 meals per week and $100 in FlexDine dollars per semester. FlexDine Dollars University of Minnesota is located in Minneapolis , Minnesota they have 2 main locations Minneapolis &St.Paul but the St.Paul location is the largest one. Faculty Info : Boy Sports VIDEOSSSS !!!!!! Hail Minnesota ! $240 million Capacity: 12,000 Soccer ,Football & Baseball Field Baseball Basketball Cross Country Football Golf Gymnastics Hockey Wresting &ETC http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=university+of+minnesota+spring+jam+recap&qs=n&form=QBVR&pq=university+of+minnesota+spring+jam+reca&sc=0-35&sp=-1&sk=&adlt=strict#view=detail&mid=36DD13E12CA9B709211136DD13E12CA9B7092111 FlexDine dollars are used to buy food and they can be purchased up to 25$ a roll , they are good until the semester is over or if you don't use them they stay in your account for up to a year . FlexDine dollars are held on a university of minnesota U-pass. Shoe Tree- Located near the southwest corner of the Washington Avenue Bridge, the tree's branches are loaded with the shoes of University alumni who tossed their kickers into the tree to celebrate their graduation. Spring Jam-Spring Jam is a week-long, campus-wide celebration in April that celebrates warm weather and the end of another great school year. The U of M student-run event features concerts, a student band competition, Ballyhoo (a dance competition), sports, an art festival, philanthropy, contests, free food, and an outdoor campus community block party. Capacity: 50,805 334 million in 2014 to build the university of Minnesotians baseball (NCAA) has won 3 major baseball national competitions. One in 1956 , 1960,&1964. University Of Minnesota (: Athletic Info The renovation of Walter Library, designed by Minneapolis architectural firm Stageberg Beyer Sachs, began in December 1999 and was completed in December 2002 at a cost of $63.4 million. The building now houses the Science & Engineering Library, Digital Technology Center, Learning Resources Center, Digital Media Center, CSE Dean’s office, and the Minnesota Supercomputing Institute. Minnesota Residence - 13,620$ North Dakota, South Dakota, Manitoba, Wisconsin residents - $13,620 Nonresidents - $19,870 Minnesota, Hail to thee! Hail to thee, our college dear! Thy light shall ever be A beacon bright and clear/ Thy sons and daughters true Will proclaim thee near and far. They will guard thy fame, and adore thy name; Thou shalt be their Northern Star! - Will White Room $ Board Girls Sports Tuition !!! Capacity:39,021 $545 million to build A testament to its growing prominence and appeal, the U’s enrollment has reached 64,964 but a 16-to-1 student-to-faculty ratio ensures plenty of attention. http://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=university+of+minnesota&FORM=HDRSC3&adlt=strict#view=detail&mid=AD20F403AD9A2AEB02FCAD20F403AD9A2AEB02FC
Transcript: Private University 69,221 Students! UMN Football UMN Size/ Tution Requirements University of Minnesota GPA- 3.2 4 years of English 3 years of Math 3 years of Science 3 years of History UMN Sports University of minnesota Location Minneapolis, Minnesota Urban 2 years of a second language Tution- $32,686 UMN Hockey 1 year of performing art
Transcript: University of Minnesota was found in 1851. They offer 10 degrees. The schooling cost $13,555 if you are from the state of Minnesota. $19,805 if you are from out of state. Student population: 32,557. The student ratio is 19:1. How many years would it take? Why would it fit me? Image by Tom Mooring police officer bodyguard fish and game warden. I like going to bigger schools Couple of my family members goes/went there and I would want to go there too A lot of people that have the same religion as me goes there I want my future career to be a police (law enforcement) It's my dream and i want to chase after it I would like to keep bad people off streets and keep people safe. Law Enforcement Requires high school diploma to a college degree Have to finish at least two years of college Needs 3.0 on GPA GRADUATION NAME OF PROGRAM FACTS I am going to University of Minnesota for my masters and it will take 4 years. I'm also getting law enforcement degree or criminal degree. Law enforcement degree Two years of study Career (law enforcement degree) University of Minnesota Angie Xiong P.3 Law Enforcement
Transcript: Crookston, Minnesota Polk County Population - 7,904 Known for World's Largest Ox Cart Scholarships University of Minnesota Crookston Achievement Scholar $1,000 per year for two years Freshman scored 21 or 22 on ACT 3.25 highschool GPA Merriam Legacy Scholar $2,000 per year for two years Freshman scored 23 or 24 on ACT 3.25 highschool GPA Admission Requirements Scholarships Majors/Degree's Offered Distinguished Scholar $3,000 per year for 2 years Freshman scored 25 or 26 on ACT 3.25 highschool GPA Chancellor Scholar $4,000 per year for 2 years Freshman scored 27-29 on ACT 3.25 highschool GPA Presidential Scholar $5,000 per year for 4 years Freshman scored 30+ on ACT 3.25 highschool GPA Men's Sports Baseball Basketball Football Golf Woman's Sports Basketball Equestrian - Hunt Seat Equestrian - Western Golf Soccer Softball Tennis Volleyball Athletics - Golden Eagles Animal Science Biology Criminal Justice Health Management Marketing Sports and Recreation Management Many More Location Clubs and Organizations Tuition $11,467.50 Room and Board $7,350 Ag Business Club GLBTA Black Student Association Lions Club Choir Archery Club Highschool Course work Language arts, math, science 2.0 GPA or higher ACT score of 21 or higher Cost
Transcript: Holistic Greatness Evaluate/Assessing student's needs Developmental levels Various backgrounds Variety of views and beliefs they hold Making the right choices "Esteem" Being Diligent The application of knowledge requires persistence and consistency. Inclusion & Love/Belonging Living & Learning Communities •Gender Identification •Transfer •Cultural •Honors •Career •Year Experience Ripple Effect Identifying purpose Paying it forward Righting a wrong Means to an end “Do what you can, with what you have, where you are.” Student Staff Support Professional Staff Support It's meant to be shared "Physiological & Safety" Providing comfortable, well-maintained living environments and nutritious food Housing & Dining Services Developing well rounded citizens of the future Professional Staff to Student Staff to Residents Transformational and educational experience Building A Foundation Discovering the 'Why' Watering the Seeds of Happiness Examine own values, beliefs and background to understand own biases. This understanding of self will help better understand others. Equipping Community Advisors with the language Strength's Quest to maximize strengths and full potential "Taking care of ourselves as much as we take care of others" Balance isn't something you achieve once and for all and then check off your "to do list." Balance comes in those everyday interactions Emotionally Alone time •Knowing when to say no. Physically Making sleep a Priority •Exercising •Eating Well Maintenance Socially Getting off of campus and connecting with outside community
Transcript: Deadline: The end of this academic year (May 9, 2014) Resources Deadline: Beginning of Spring Semester (January 21, 2014) Study Abroad Volunteer Internships Work Experience School Clubs Talk to Experts My plan is to get information from CLA Career Services about how to start forming my resume. Once I think I have the main staples, I will visit the staff at the office to help me look over it; I am very open to feedback and advice. "You have plenty of time to find your 'dream job' and you never know what curve balls will inspire you to change your path along the way." Chelsea HOW I know that I will need to have a resume in my future. Putting together a resume has always sounded like a daunting task to me, so having a goal to complete it will help keep me accountable to completing the task rather than putting it off until I'm job searching! As of this moment, I have already followed CLA Career Services on Twitter. I plan on checking in on their posts for different information or services they they are offering! Goal 2: Create a Resume I want to do three things by the end of freshman year that will prepare me for my future career... Create a "My Career Plan" binder Create a resume Follow CLA Career Services on Twitter Thank you for taking time to watch my Prezi. I enjoyed using this new-to-me tool! Have an awesome week! Trisha Goal 1: Create a "My Career Plan" Binder The career center offers many tools and resources within its office to help students decide their paths to the future. I found a woman who gave her educational/occupational testimony under the "Alumni Careers" database. This woman went to college here at the U, pursued a major of interest, and currently works in an area of work that touches her heart. Let me introduce you to Chelsea! I plan to get all the necessary tools: a binder, labels, clear sheet protectors, etc. After getting the tools, I will start by designating specific areas in the binder to keep it organized. I will be collecting course syllabi, descriptions of volunteer opportunities that I've had, internships, award, and degrees. I have learned in the past several months that the University of Minnesota's College of Liberal Arts has many resources and tools that are provided for the best success of every student! I will be talking about one of the resources in this presentation! WHY Deadline: immediately HOW Career Checklist What interested me about Chelsea was that she pursued her passion regardless of her circumstances. Chelsea had decided on a certain major as an undergrad, but continued to take on new opportunities throughout that time. After college, her passion was in something that related more to her college study-abroad experience rather than her particular major. I admire Chelsea's drive toward a job that she has a heart for. WHY It's important to be organized, and this way, even if I'm not directly sing my major, like CHELSEA, along with my degree, I can also show my potential employers the experiences that I've had! Advice from Chelsea: Opportunities We're in a technologically-driven society; I think I would benefit from being connected with the CLA Career Services and their tools via Twitter. By following their posts, I will be reminded of the availability of their tools and services and possibly feel more comfortable visiting the office and taking advantage of the resources. Goal 3: Follow CLA Career Services on Twitter Chelsea CLA Career Services "Chelsea Wisdom" Urban Studies B.A. 2005 Current Field: Education Job Title: Team Development Specialist WHY University of Minnesota: College of Liberal Arts HOW
Transcript: Community The University of Minnesota is home to a successful Department of College Athletics. There are 12 women’s and 11 men’s varsity sports competing in the storied Big Ten Conference and Western Collegiate Hockey Association. Sports The University has always shared its knowledge, the fruits of its discoveries, and the talents of its faculty, staff, and students with the communities it exists to serve. The University and community partners help businesses, build bridges between everything, tackle environmental challenges. Pre-Med How many years do you need? Imagine being a student at a world-class research university with low coast. Go to the website and use to coast calculator. The pre-med program here is out standing and there is many people that are involved in it so if you ever need help you can get it easily. Twin Cities Cost University of Minnesota 52,557 students in twin cities campus, 69,221 over all go to the school. Go where you know that you will get a good education because everyone goes
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