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Transcript: ~In State tuition (Doctorate of Physical Therapy):$5,199.00 ~Out of State tuition (Doctorate of Physical Therapy):$13,080.00 ~Both include room and board Social Atmosphere By: Daveyon Streeter University of north georgia kids enjoying a club meeting ~ 15:1 ~I'm interested in Pre-Physical Therapy. ~I plan to become an adolescent physical therapist. ~Strong in Pre-Pharmacy. Introduction Student Social and Academic Support Networking Opportunities Student Body and Diversity Clap it up for North GA!!!! School Size ~Gender: 56% Female, 44% Male ~Race/Ethnicity: -American Indian or Alaskan Native: 0.2% -Asian, Native Hawaiian, or Pacific Islander: 3.4% -Black or African American: 4.6% -Hispanic: 11.4% ~Region : ?? -Multiracial: 3.0% -White: 76.0% -Unknown: 1.4% ~ assist UNG students and alumni in the career development process including self-assessment, career exploration and preparation, and career decision-making yes but they don't sponsor anything. Financial Situation & Financial Support Location ~ kids talking on the phone money graph about student to teacher ratio ~ alpha gamma delta , delta phi epsilon, delta zeta, kappa delta, phi mu, and sigma kappa. Academics students conversing about school https://ung.edu ~the alumni are entitled to workshops for jobs and information tables. Works Cited a pediatric physical therapist helping a patient ~Founded in 1873 in Dahlonega , Georgia. ~Represented by 90 different countries. ~Mascot is Nigel the Nighthawk. ~School colors are blue and gold. ~Most popular baccalaureate is biology. ~Fall enrollment : 18,219 (Fall 2016) ~Required GPA : 2.0 or higher (Weighted or unweighted?) ~Required test / scores : SAT (330 Reading , 310 Math) ACT (12 English , 14 Math) ~has a department for student health that consists of a physician assistant , nurse nurse practitioners, licensed practical nurses, as well as a physician who is available by appointment. ~has a student counseling department that offers : Individual Therapy/Counseling, Group Therapy/Counseling, Suicide Prevention and Education , Problem Solving , Time Management Skills Building , and many more. University of North Georgia a counselor emitting morale support Specialty ~ delta chi , kappa sigma , and pi kappa phi dahlonega GA campus kids of different races ~Blue Ridge Campus in Blue Ridge GA , Cumming Campus in Cumming GA , Dahlonega Campus in Dahlonega GA , Gainsville Campus in Oakwood GA , and Oconee Campus in Watkinsville GA. ~not that far from home Blue Ridge Campus: Family Fun Cabins Inc. Cumming Campus: Lets Roll and Skate Fun Center Dahlonega Campus: N/A Gainsville Campus : N/A Oconee Campus : N/A ~#72 in regional universities south. ~#24 in top public schools. ~ library basics , printing , research consultations , citations , borrowing from other libraries , tutorials .

University of North Georgia

Transcript: To be admitted as a cadet, you must send in the following; Army ROTC- gives up to $57,000 over 4 years to cover rooms and meals OR tuition and fees, monthly stipend between $300-$500 based on class level, and $1,200 per year for books For Freshman cadets, the tuition is $5,352 for 2 semesters. Other expenses include fees, uniforms, rooms, meals, and books. enlisted soilder working towards becoming an officer minimum 2 years of service at time of application GI bill benefits Georgia Military Scholarship- $70,000 for 4 years gives full ride plus extra pay for drill and GI bill benefits There are different requirements for both cadets and non-cadets. The biggest difference is the total cost per semester. For a cadet, a competitive applicant has a cumulative GPA of 3.26 and a combined SAT score of 500m or a combined ACT of 22m and 27e. BA- shows core curriculum in humanities and social sciences Requirements Transferring Scholarships Intermural Finances I would certainly attend this college because I am pursuing a career in the military or in law enforcement. Also my grandfather was in the ROTC program graduated from there and it is a special place to him. UNG's registration office will review each course credit to see if it is eligible for transfer. Admissions cont. You must be currently enrolled to participate year 1: intro classes of math and economy year 2: intermediate courses in statistics and engineering year 3: advanced courses in your field and laboratory courses year 4: in depth seminars After earning 15 credit hours, a student without a minimum GPA of 2.0 is on academic probation. year 1: basic study of lit and forein language year 2: intermediate forein language and creative writing and history year 3: Literary theory and advanced foreign language year 4: intensive seminars By: Jonathan Wood Extra Curricular The room and meals cost $2,727 per semester plus payment for uniforms. Cost per year is $1,510. To change your major you must fill out an online application and review it with your academic adviser Join National guard for 4 years after graduation nominated by state assemblyman meet physical and mental health standards Varsity There are four locations in Oconee, Cumming, Gainesville, and the main campus in Dahlonega, GA. North Georgia's mascot is the Nighthawks and their colors are white, yellow, and blue. For tutoring, you can receive help from both peers and professionals in groups or one on one. Academic advising is help given to make an education plan based on that particular student and North Georgia has members to help you with just that. However, they do not work with other organizations (other than the U.S. Army for their cadets) to ensure you a job after graduation. They will help you in making your resumes though. Requirements Scholarships cont. I have learned that UNG is a college with a wonderful military program. General Info Aggressor Platoon- trains in Ranger and special forces tactics and form leadership in physically and mentally challenging exercises. (for my fellow JROTC cadets its Raiders on major steroids) Housing You can find out about financial aid on the UNG website. They offer loans and grants. Loans must be paid back but grants don't. Requirements Flag Football Dodgeball Cornhole Organizations Major Options Basketball Soccer Cornhole Summary Admissions The school did not post the requirements for these sports You are able to be exempt from certain classes if you took AP credit and did well on those standardized tests. BA Vs. BS High school transcript Official SAT or ACT scores Lawful Residence Verification Undergrad application U.S. citizen GA resident meet college's SAT Progress requirements minimum 3.0 GPA For this major, there are graduate courses available as well as online courses. University of North Georgia Commision in the Army, Army National Gaurd, or Army Reserves as an officer after graduation BS- shows science major or vocational major Criminal Justice Hope - pays $2,205 for 15 credit hours at UNG Freshman cadets are required to live on campus in a cadet resident hall. Ranger Challenge Team- an elite team that pushes their physical and mental limits The cadets' roommates are assigned. Freshman can not choose their roommates. To apply you must fill out an online form and pay a $30 fee. Combat Shooting Team- participates in shooting competitions using military standard issue weapons and tactics Requirements College Research Project North Georgia offers 67 bachelors majors. Their most popular are business, educational, and criminal justice. Green to Gold- pay depends on rank Sports

University of North Georgia

Transcript: Alexis Steinhauser University of North Georgia Introduction Introduction History of College History -Orginal college founded in 1872 -Early 2012 the University System of Georgia's Board of Regents merged North Georgia college and University, The consolidation became official on January 8, 2013 5 Interesting Facts Facts - University of North Georgia has a total of 5 campuses across northeast Georgia - As a nod to military ties, the play a bugle each morning at 7 a.m. - UNG is surrounded by Chattahoochee National Forest so student often go out on hikes, biking, etc. - UNG is comprismised of six inter/natioanl sororities - Mascot is Nigel the Nighthawk Pictures Pictures Academic Requirements Academics Averages and Scores Scores -Average High School GPA- 3.6 (unweighted) -Average SAT for math- 510-590 -Average SAT for Reading and Writing- 520-590 -Average ACT score- 23-27 US News and Report- - #58 in Regional Universities South - #20 in Top Public Schools - #22 in Best Undergraduate Teaching Niche- - #15 in Best Colleges in Georgia - #1 in Most Conservative Colleges in Georgia - #19 in Colleges with Best Professors in Georgia Rankings Rankings Student Life Student Life Social and Academic Support Available Student Social and Academic Support Orientation- - all freshman, transfer, and returning students are required to attend orientation before registering for classes - Specific orientations on specific days are designed for each of the student types required to attend orientation. - typical schedule- Check in, a Welcome to UNG, Student Groups dismiss, preparing for cost of college then reviewing, connecting on the campus, lunch, tech talk, mindset matters, small group, academic preparation, maximizing your major, course registration, and last checkout Social Events- - Starlight Celebration - Welcome Tables - Nighthawks Fest Orientation and Social Events - Self Help Resources - Online Mental Health Screening - U Lifeline - NEDA Feeding Hope - Many other resources to help depressed, abuse, health, and mental health -Mentorship or Advising Program - UNG offers a Blended Advising Model to support student progression through degree programs by offering access to both professional advisors and faculty mentors - Purpose of model is to enhance student success and help them continue to grow Academic Support Diversity Finance - 57% female, 43% Male - ethnicity- 0.2%- American Indian, 3.8% Asian or Pacific Islander, 4.3% Africian American, 13.3% Hispanic, 3.4% multiracial, 73.9% White, and 1% unknown Total Enrolled- 18,782 Graph Student Body and Diversity Finance - In-State Tuition- $5,460 - Out-of-State Tuition- $19,272 - Fees- $1,876 - Books- $1,390 - Room and Board- $10,440 - Transportation- $1,160 - Personal- $2,270 - Total in State- $22,596 - Total Out-of-State- $36,408 Specialty Specialty - Exercise Science - Kinesiology with a Concentration in Sports Medicine - exercis science concentrates in Kinesiology- provides nessacary knowledge and prepares students to effect and competitive in clinical, corporate, and fitness settings. And also prepares them for professional organizatiosn Major Interested Major - Must get a Masters degree physical therapy degree - Pass the boards to become a certefied physical therapist - Recieve job as therapist Jobs - Bachelor of Science in Psychology Other Areas of Interest Other Interests #23 in Georgia for program Networking Opportunities Networking Opportunities - provides career services for students - provides connections - provides workshops - intern ships - quality resources - annual job fair Opportunities for Students Students - connects alumni with employers - offer alumni memberships that you can purchase for lifetime or year membership - offer Career Services - Career Services last for a life time Alumni Opportunities Alumni - meant to "represent, lead, unify, and govern the student ody to decide and act for the students upon any matter involving the students interests and to promote common understanding between students, faculty, and administration while protecting individual rights of students SGA at UNG Social Atmosphere - Club for Animal Respect and Education - Environmental Club - French Club - Young Life - Community Garden Club - Multiple Sororities and Fraternities Clubs Offered Clubs - Service: Enviromental Club - Major: Sports Medicine Club - Brain Break: Women's Soccer Club Clubs of Interest Club Interests - class sizes- 2-9 students 12%, 10-19 17%, 20-29 36%, 30-39 28%, 40-49 4%, 50-99 3%, over 100 0% - Student faculty ratio: 19:1 Class Size School Size Resources Resources - Transit System; - the InnerCampus has a continuous schedule running from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. - Off-campus- begins at 7:30 a.m. that runs every 30 min. Mon. - Thurs. and 7:30 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. on Fri. - Writing Center - open 5 days a week - one-on-one sessions to enhance student writing - Recreation Centers - Offers- strength training, gymnasium, climbing walls and boulders, Cardio equipment,

University of North Georgia

Transcript: Financial Aid Environment Main Campus-Dahlonega, Georgia One hour and 51 minutes from Newnan and 104.3 miles Greek Life: Fosters the development of leadership skills and enhances members personal lives. The Greek community consists of five sororities and nine fraternities Athletics: There are many sports offered including Mens' and Womens' basketball, golf, soccer, and tennis. As well as baseball, cross country, and softball. Clubs: There is an abundance of clubs and student organizations offered at UNG which include academic, faith-based, honors societies, multicultural, and many others. Activities Heather Dayton Mr. Young May 20, 2015 Admissions deadline and Application deadline are the same and for bachelor's degree: Early Action: November 15 Regular Admission: February 15 No early admission More selective admission Location Tuition: In-state- $6,816 Room and Board: $9,162 For 4 years: $63, 932 Application Fee: $30 It takes the average student: 6 years-Baccalaureate 3 years-Associate I would possibly consider this school in the future. It offers many different majors and has something for everyone. University of North Georgia is a well-rounded school and I would like to attend eventually. Admission Requirements Average Repayment of Student Loans University of North Georgia Offers 2 and 4 year degrees Suburban Nearest city is Atlanta Public coeducational Best known for Army Cadets attending and Leadership 25 yards long 6 lanes wide Approximately 80-83 degrees 1 diving board 12 ft deep end 4 ft shallow end For a loan taken out for the total cost of the school (tuition and room/board included) and an interest rate of 4.7%: A four-year term=$1298.53 A ten-year loan term=$593.32 A twenty-year loan term=$364.99 A thirty-year term=$294.17 A forty-year term=$262.33 AP Classes Size Multi-Floor 50,000 sq ft 3 Basketball Courts Climbing Wall Indoor Track Group Exercise Studio Fitness Area The Averages AP credits that are accepted that are provided at East Coweta: Biology-3,4, or 5 depending on the course Calculus AB and BC- 3 Chemistry- 3 or 4 English Language and/or English Literature-3 European History-3 or 5 U.S. History- 3 or 5 Human Geography-3 Microeconomics-3 Physics B or C- 3 or 5 Psychology-3 Statistics-3 Pine Valley Average SAT score of incoming freshman: Math: 508 Critical Writing: 502 Average ACT score of incoming freshman: 20 Average GPA of incoming freshman: 3.2 Types of Scholarships Memorial Hall Pool Recreational Facilities Require Forms: there is an abundance of categories you may apply for financial aid in, with different forms for each category College Expenses Outdoor recreation complex bordered by Etowah River Recreation Field Pavilion Sand volleyball court Dean Hyams Leadership Center and Ropes Course Leadership Reaction Course Recreation Center Students are not required to live on campus Meal Plans: All Access-$2,116: unlimited access to campus restaurant Social Life-$1,969: 15 meals per week at campus restaurant Master Mix-$1,873: 10 meals per week at campus restaurant Block 100, 80, 50, 35, 20-$785 to $160: each block is that amount of meals per semester CampusCash- Free: account on UNG card that gives you access to on- and off-campus purchases. Must deposit money to the account Art Education Athletic Training Computer Science Criminal Justice Early Childhood Education Music Education Nursing Physical Education Psychology Sociology Academic- Awarded to new students that have the highest freshmen indices or transfer grade point averages Leadership-awarded to new students based on a combination of prior academic performance, participation in extracurricular activities, and leadership positions/awards required to fill out an Admissions Scholarship Application Form Honors Program-awarded competitively to the most academically qualified incoming freshmen. Scholars receive up to $1,000 per year, renewable for up to four years of study, depending on degree track. There are three centers that students can have access to in their free time There are many facilities available to students at University of North Georgia. What Else The Requirements 60% of courses are taught by PhD's Work-Study program is available Student/Faculty ratio: 22:1 Average class size: 20-49 students Facilities Majors Offered Enrollment-16,064 students Sixth-largest public university in Georgia 212 acres Housing Bachelor's Degree: SAT Critical Reading-480 Math-440 ACT English-20 Math-18 Academics

University of North Georgia

Transcript: Students (Fall 2015) Enrollment: 17,289 Gender: 56% Female, 44% Male Full-Time: 68% Race/Ethnicity: -American Indian or Alaskan Native: 0.2% -Asian: 3.2% -Black or African American: 4.2% -Hispanic: 10.6% -Multiracial: 2.6% -Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.1% -White: 77.5% -Unknown: 1.6% Undergraduate: 16,729 (97%) -Associate: 6,780 (41%) -Baccalaureate: 9949 (59%) Graduate: 560 (3%) Countries Represented: 56 -International Students: 263 States Represented: 46 Georgia Counties Represented: 133 Academics Academic Colleges: 5 Most Popular Baccalaureate Majors: -Biology -Management -Psychology -Criminal Justice -Marketing 6 Year Baccalaureate Graduation Rate (Fall 2008 cohort): 53% 1 Year Baccalaureate Retention (Fall 2013 cohort): 80% 1 Year Associate Retention (Fall 2013 cohort): 69% inside the campus (kind of) University of North Georgia Corps of Cadets One of only 6 Senior Military Colleges in the United States Enrollment (Fall 2015): 744 Gender: 15% Female, 85% Male Race/Ethnicity: -American Indian or Alaskan Native: 0.5% -Asian: 4.2% -Black or African American: 5.5% -Hispanic: 6.5% -Multiracial: 4.6% -Native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander: 0.1% -White: 78.4% -Unknown: 0.3% Acceptance Rate: 67% Traditions Colors: Blue & Gold Bugle Calls: -Reveille; played every morning at 7:00am -Retreat/To the Colors; played every afternoon at 5:00pm -Taps; Played at midnight (2am on Fridays and Saturdays) to signal end of day Drill Field -Located at the heart of the Dahlonega campus, the drill field plays a central role in student life. Quick fact 6 .The University of North Georgia offers a wide varity of sports. .Those sports include men's baseball, men and women basketball, women's cross countrty, men and women's golf, men and women's soccer, women's softball, men and women's tennis,and lastly one mixed sport is the Rifle team. SAT 480 Critical Reading SAT 440 Math ACT 20 English ACT 18 Math My Presentation project .Cadet of Corps http://ung.edu/military-college-admissions/learn-more/boars-head-brigade/index.php Quick fact 3 another view of the campus from the outside average SAT/ACT scores for a Associate Degree Cite Evidence .About http://ung.edu/about/index.php Quick fact 2 About the university .University was built off two different colleges "North Georgia College & State University and Gainesville State College" .UNG comprises five campuses united by a single mission focused on academic and co-curricular programs that move students into leaders for a diverse and global society. .With more than 15,000 students, the University of North Georgia is the state’s sixth-largest public university. The university offers more than 100 programs of study ranging from certificate and associates degrees to professional doctoral programs. Althletics Quick fact 1 Quick fact 5 a layout version of the campus The size of the school one of the views of the campus It has a total undergraduate enrollment of 15,507, its setting is suburban, and the campus size is 630 acres. Quick fact 4 .SAT/ACT http://ung.edu/undergraduate-admissions/new-freshmen.php life as a cadet .Through the ROTC program,the cadets go through a lot of training of being a leader through the ROTC program. .Also the cadets weeks of physical training for each year of the ROTC program. .The ROTC program offers a lot stuff for cadets to do through the program including Aggressor Platoon, Mountain Order of Colombo, Ranger Challenge, Blue Ridge Rifles, Intercollegiate Rifle Team, Patriot Choir, Color Guard, The Golden Eagle Band, and lastly The Association of Cadet Chaplains. Tuition and expensive inside of a dorm room Admissions Baccalaureate: -Number of Applicants: 6,803 -Acceptance Rate: 68% -Percent Admitted Who Enrolled: 58% -Average SAT of First-Time Freshmen: 1101 -Average HS GPA of First-Time Freshmen: 3.55 Associate: -Number of Applicants: 2,562 -Acceptance Rate: 97% -Percent Admitted Who Enrolled: 73% -Average SAT of First-Time Freshmen: 945 -Average HS GPA of First-Time Freshmen: 3.00 .Quick Facts http://ung.edu/institutional-effectiveness/institutional-research/quick-facts.php .Athletics http://ungathletics.com/index.aspx average SAT/ACT scores for a Bachelor's Degree Cadet of Corps a map location of the campus Cost of Attendance In-state: $19,439 Out-of-state: $32,981 Tuition and Fees In-state: $7,178 Out-of-state: $20,720 Room and Board: $7,642 Books and Supplies: $1,390 Other Expenses: $3,229 SAT 330 Critical Reading SAT 310 Math ACT 12 English ACT 14 Math Athletics Mascot: Nigel the Nighthawk Number of Teams: 12 NCAA Division II Member of the Peachbelt Conference Modern Athletic Facilities

University of North Georgia

Transcript: Three campuses, main one is in Dahlonega,Ga It is 104.3 miles (or 1 hour and 45 minuets) from Newnan. ENVIRONMENT The application deadline is May 1st. Average Test Scores: SAT-1010 ACT- 18 GPA- 4.0 Take either SAT or ACT scores. Male- 43.2% Female- 56.8% Hispanic/Latino:7.53% Black or African American:3.89% White or Caucasian:69.5% American Indian or Alskan Native:.2% Native Hawaiin/Pacific Islander:.11% Majors offered: Biology, Chemistry, Communication, Politcal Science, International Affairs, History, English, Criminal Justice, Computer Science, and Art,(Just to name a few.) No special requirements to take any course. Student/ Faculty ratio is 20:1 Typical class size is no more than 20 Accreditation:Biology-3,4,5; Chemistry-3,4;Litature-3,4,5;APEuro-3,4,5;USHistory-3,4,5;HumanGeograph-3,4,5; WorldHistory-3,4,5;Statistics-3,4,5; US Government-3,4,5 Tuition:$3,355 Room/Board:$859 If i were to take out student loans for the full amount of tuition plus room and board for all 4 years it would total out to:$16,356 Scholarships: Hope, Zel Miller, Leadership, Rotc, Athletic Deadline: March, 17 Forms: FAFSA, Military Forms, Satisfactory Academic Process, Summer Form. Percent using financial aid, 67%. Housing: Co-Ed, Two floors, 88 students on each floor, any type of pet is allowed. Meal Plans: 5 block meal plan, you pay for "Dining Dollars" that gives you up to a hundred dollars for the semester. Campus visit: November 8th, Fall and Spring semsester walk in tours, anytime. Admission Requirements 4 year school with an undergraduate program. Rural School Located in Dahlonega, Ga and its closest large city is Atlanta. Co-ed No religious affiliation Made in 1873 Two or More Races:2.19% Unknown:1.07% WHY JOIN? Activities and Facilities Monday, February 17, 2014 Financial Aid $1.25 SIZE of UNG THE SOURCE TO YOUR ACHIEVMENT Location Dahlonega campus(5,851 students) WHAT IS THE APPLICATION FEE TO THIS BEAUTIFUL SCHOOL!? $40 Housing and Campus visits Clubs: ROTC, Student News Site, Student Film Association, Mediation Club, Debate club. 5 sororities: Alpha Gamma Delta, Delta Zeta, Kappa Delta, Phi Mu, Sigma Kappa. 9 Fraternites: Alpha Phi Alpha, Delta Chi, Kappa Sigma, Pi Kappa Alpha, Pi Kappa Phi, Sigma Alpha Epsilon, Sigma Chi, Sigma Nu, Sigma Omega. Athletics:Mens: Baseball, Basketball, Golf, Rifle, Soccer, Tennis. Women: Basketball, Cross Country, Golf, Rifle, Soccer, Softball, Tennis. Facilities: Bob Stien Stadium(Baseball), Achasta Golf Club, Memorial Hall(Basketball), Raymond C. Hamilton Rifle Range. I would like to attend this college because of the outstanding ROTC program. I feel that it gives me the perfect college experience, but with the perks of getting early commission. The pros to this college is that it has an early commission program and has the major I am interested in. It is also close to home and is in the Blue Ridge Mountains. The cons I couldn't think of anything. This place is just so perfect for me. Academics Vol XCIII, No. 311 UNG College Expenses

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