Transcript: Husker!.... Power! Legends Schooling Tradition Legacy History Fan Base Be Apart of something Special Go Big Red University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Transcript: Processing a homicide scene Visual Production: Photography & Videography In-state/ out-of-state cost Cost break down 4-6 Years to earn degree Edit footage reporting making videos I would prefer to go to a seated class because i would get more of a hands on experience. Jobs you can get after college 38 programs leading to a doctoral degrees 76 leading to master degrees 4-6 years Loans offered Description Freshman class size $6,480 tuition $9,532 on campus room $1,050 books and supplies $1,580 fees University of Nebraska Jobs you could get after college Forensic scientist Scientific laboratory technician Years to earn a degree Description Jobs you can get after college They make interior spaces functional, safe, and beautiful. Selecting decorative items, such as colors, lighting, and material. They read blueprints and must be aware of building codes and inspection regulations. Years to earn degree Description Degrees University of Nebraska Campus 4-6 years Depends on what you want to do https://www.google.com/url?sa=i&rct=j&q=&esrc=s&source=images&cd=&ved=0ahUKEwiOu7S0v9fLAhXFcz4KHetsDZQQjRwIBw&url=http%3A%2F%2Ffmo.unl.edu%2F&bvm=bv.117218890,d.dmo&psig=AFQjCNGbG15fs3IBIzAtlbZ2Djp0IyBqBg&ust=1458846106527944 Online classes vs seated classes Scholarships In-state $23,289 Out-of-state $37,456 Forensic Science Programs 19,979 Student leadership Honors Chancelloe's Geographical Need-Based Design Assistant Art Consultant Interior Architect Space Planner Identifying insect developmental stages to determine time of death Interior Design Football is huge in Nebraska Annual cost to attend Broadcast news Audio & video equipment technician Commercial and Industrial Designer Direct student loans 4-6 years to earn degree Establishing identity through DNA profiles Identifying the age and sex of a victim by studying skeletal remains
Transcript: Meal Plans 200 Point 160 Point 60 Point •English - 4 units All units must include intensive reading and writing. •Mathematics - 3 units Must include Algebra I, Algebra II and Geometry •Social Sciences - 3 units At least one unit of American and/or World History, one additional unit of History, American Government,and/or Geography; and a third unit of any Social Science discipline or subject. •Natural Sciences - 3 units At least two of the three units selected from biology, chemistry, physics, and earth science. One of the units must include laboratory instruction. •Foreign Language - 2 units (same language) Students who are unable to take two years of one foreign language in high school may still qualify for admission. Such students will be required to take two semesters of foreign language at UNK. •Academic Elective Course - 1 unit One unit chosen from any of the above academic disciplines 1. Application form ($45.00) 2.Entrance Test -ACT >20 3.Transcript Resident Costs •Resident Tuition : $174.50/credit hour •Fees* : $1,286.00/year •Tuition and Fees* : $6,521.00 •Room and Board : $8,434.00 •Total : $14,955.00 Housing/ Food Requirements Legacy Scholarship Pays for the difference in tuition for in and out of state. Non-Resident *same as legacy scholarship Work Study Employment GOAL! Double Major University of Nebraska Kearney *Based on a student taking 15 hours, basic double room, and 200 point meal plan Cost/Financial Aid Break Housing (Mantor and Randall) (Community Style Room) $2,271.00 Break Housing and Suite Style(CTW & CTE) $2,328.00 Greek Chapter Rooms(URN/URS) $2,271.00 Antelope/Nester Complex 4 bedroom (Break Housing) $ 2,713.00 Antelope/Nester Complex 2 bedroom (Break Housing) $2,945.00 Single R0om (extra charge per semester) $600.00 *2014-2015 Rates Admissions Resident Costs •Resident Tuition : $174.50/credit hour •Fees* : $1,286.00/year •Tuition and Fees* : $6,521.00 •Room and Board : $8,434.00 •Total : $14,955.00 The Academic & Career Services office is a part of the Division of Student Affairs. We assign academic advisors, coordinate major/advisor information, and assist Deciding (undeclared) students with class schedules, selecting a major and other academic concerns. We also serve students, alumni, faculty and employers as the primary resource for career development and job search assistance. We provide services such as individual career counseling, practice interviews, resume/cover letter critiques and 3 annual career fairs. Offer job shadowing programs and company tours. Career Prep $50 - Laundry fee: unlimited use of washers & dryers. $5 - METS (Managing Environments Through Students) $5 - Social Programing fund $5 - RHA (Residence Hall Association) fund
Transcript: Admissions Lincoln Nebraska Population 277,348 Miles from Houston : 877 Hours and minutes: 12 hr 45 min School Colors: Scarlet and Cream Year Founded: 1869 Number of students enrolled: 20,182 Mascot School Information Cont. City Information Minimum ACT: 20 Acceptance Rate: 76% Minimum GPA: 3.0 Application fee: $45 University of Nebraska School Information Minimum SAT: 950 Herbie Husker and Little Red add logo here
Transcript: 1.Bioinformatics 10.Sociology 2.Biology 3.Biotechnology 4.Chemistry 5.Economics 6.Latin American Studies 7. Neuroscience 8.Physics 9.Religion In-state: $196.75 Out-state:$616 1. Art and Music 2. Sports Club 3. Spiritual / Faith 4. Honor Society 5. Service/Volunteerism Clubs & Activities! Location: Omaha, Nebraska Maverick Village Monthly:$585 University of Nebraska (UNO) Room & Board! University Village Monthly:$555 Scott Court Monthly:$565 Scott Village Monthly: $535 Majors Offered! Tuition Fees!
Transcript: Lincoln is 300,000 of the most genuinely happy people you’ll ever meet in lifeIt’s the 3rd largest city in the Big Ten. THE END ARCHITECTURE ARTS & SCIENCES ENGINEERING A collaborative design educational class. Also credited for professional degrees. Note: creative and highly skilled professionals are required to meet the standards. Recommended for people who like to design. 47 Electrical Engineering About the University of Nebraska Where it is at Its courses/classes Basics Call AG engineering can lead to engineering careers in such areas as testing, product design, consulting, the environment, water resources, and livestock environment, economy and its growth. (which is basically everything). Also engineering at UNL contains 10 different classes of the sort. Why go there? Some people give up on the idea of college because they think they can’t afford it. Don’t do that! They can help you find ways to pay for school, including programs that may give you free tuition. 5 4 3 2 1 52 ENGINEERING ENGINEERING GRAPH Fax: (402) 472-4929 email@example.com (continued) wide variety of programs in the humanities, social, and natural sciences. Housed in Hamilton Hall a place that is among the largest structures in the nation dedicated solely to chemistry which includes a recently renovated lab. At UNL it has a rare program that researches the link between sedimentary geology and climate in a department that includes atmospheric scientists. University of Nebraska people who enroll ARTS & SCIENCES Construction Engineering Mailing address measured in 10s 12 Classes/courses ARCHITECTURE Agricultural Engineering
Transcript: There are about 150 majors to choose from at the University of Nebraska but these are most popular: • Business, • Management • Marketing • Related Support Services • Criminal justice/law enforcement Selectivity greek life There are more than 40 fraternities and sororities. Sororities 22% of women participate Fraternities 18% of men participate Cost Housing Women sports • Volleyball • Soccer • Swimming • Track and field School colors are Scarlet and Cream Mascot is the Herbie Husker University of Nebraska diversity of student body Average Class would be: 2-9 students: 18% of classes 10-19 students: 21% of classes 20-29 students: 27% of classes 30-39 students: 13% of classes 40-49 students: 7% of classes 50-59 students: 8% of classes Over 100 students: 7% of classes Admission Requirements RSO Annual Registration and Orientation Pilot Program In an effort to streamline communication and services offered by Student Involvement for Recognized Student Organizations (RSOs) we will be implementing a new Annual Registration Process. Typical room charge (full year): $5,092 Typical board charge (full year): $4,030 Room and board charge (full year): $9,122 Athletics and Student Organizations popular majors Campus Application Process Men sports • Football • Baseball • Swimming • Basketball • Track and field • And much more Course Name Years Required Years Recommended Electives English 4 Fine Arts Foreign Language 2 History 1 Math 4 Math Lab Science 3 Science Lab 1 Social Studies 3 Enrollment: 19,103 Regular Applicants Total applicants 10,929 Admitted 6,999 Enrolled 4,420 Very Important Class Rank Standardized Test Scores Important Rigor of secondary school record Considered Academic GPA When applying to University of Nebraska--Lincoln, it's important to note the application deadline is May 1. Scores for either the ACT or SAT test are due May 1. The application fee at University of Nebraska--Lincoln is $45. It is selective, with an acceptance rate of 64.4 percent. Campus size is 622 arces. out of state and on campus. NvolveU Student Organization Website: Student Organizations are a vital part of the out-of-class experience at UNL. Student Involvement supports the work of over 500 student organizations that cover a wide range of topics. Housing deposit $400 1400 R Street Lincoln, NE 68588 402-472-7211 Somewhat selective 64% of applicants admitted AP Course Credit Class Size The UNL athletic squads, known as the Huskers, compete in the NCAA Division I Big Ten Conference. 0.3% American Indian/Alaskan Native 2.4% Asian 2.4% Black/African-American 4.6% Hispanic/Latino 2.1% Multi-race (not Hispanic/Latino) 0.1% Native Hawaiian/ Pacific Islander 85.7% White 2.6% Unknown Art History 4 3 AHIS 101 Biology 4 3 BIO 101 Calculus AB 3 5 Mathematics 106 Calculus BC 3 10 Mathematics 106,107 Chemistry 3 3 CHEM 109 4 8 CHEM 109,110 Chinese Language and Culture 3 10 CHIN 101, 102 4 13 CHIN 101, 102, 201 5 16 CHIN 101, 102, 201, 202 Comparative Government and Politics 4 3 Political Science 104 AND MORE! Tuition and fees $21,403 Room and board $9,532 Books and supplies $1,050 Estimated personal expenses $3,544 Transportation expenses -- -- -- Estimated Total $35,529
Transcript: Popular athletics volleyball and football Very popular school 69.4% of students return to the school small city mainly warm in Nebraska but can be humid 19,103 students enrolled In state tuition- 6,480 out of state- 19,230 Lincoln, Nebraska Public school 64% are accepted into the school 59% that are accepted attend GPA has to be at least 3.39 58% of students receive financial aid Popular majors: Engineering Family and consumer science Human science College of law ranked 61 in the country degrees offered bachelors, masters, and doctors Student Life Academics 21 meals available per week there are sorority houses (girls) there is also fraternity (guys) University of Nebraska Basic Statistics Fun Facts Admissions
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