Transcript: GPA: 3.7 or higher Sat: 27-31 Act: 1840-2050 Interest: regular courses Why: I want to go to the university but the school doesn't have a program for what I want to study. B.A./B.S. or M.A.: Bachelor degree 1)I want to spend more time with my dad and this university is only two to three hours away from where he lives. 2)They were ranked 38th place in the best colleges in 2016. Maj0r Costs University of Wisconsin Isabel Espinoza In-state: $10,415 Out of state: $29,665 Location: Madison, Wisconsin Admissions Army ROTC, Navy ROTC, Air Force ROTC, Archery, Badminton, Baseball, Basketball, Boxing, Budo, Competitive cheerleading, Cycling, Dance Elite, Eagle claw kung fu, Fastpitch softball, Fencing, Figure skating, Frisbee, Gymnastics, Ice hockey, Japanese karate, Kendo, Lacrosse, Racquetball, Rugby, Running, Soccer, Swimming, Table tennis, Tae Kwon Do, Tennis, Triathlon, Track club, Volleyball, Water polo, Water ski team, Wrestling Clubs/Sports Why I chose this school
Transcript: The campus spreads out along Lake Mendota, encompassing wooded hills, shores and lively city streets. Madison—the state’s capital city with a population of 208,000—offers the perfect combination of natural beauty, stimulating cultural offerings, outdoor recreation, distinctive restaurants, unique shops and vibrant nightlife. The university’s location in south central Wisconsin makes for convenient access to Milwaukee (80 miles), Chicago (150 miles) and Minneapolis (270 miles). Daily buses serve all three cities. Weather in Madison Madison is located in a temperate climate zone and enjoys four distinct seasons. During the warmest months of June, July and August, high temperatures average 80 degrees Fahrenheit (27 Celsius). Winters are cold with moderate snowfall. In the middle of winter, high temperatures average 25 degrees Fahrenheit (−4 Celsius) though temperatures can fall below 0 degrees Fahrenheit (−18 Celsius). Average annual snowfall is 44 inches (112 cm). School of Human Ecology Community and Nonprofit Leadership Consumer Affairs Family, Consumer and Community Education Human Development and Family Studies Individual Major Interior Design Personal Finance Retailing Textile and Apparel Design There is a Hillel at Wisconsin that serves 5,000 Jewish students from across the nation and the world. The students get to experience Shabbat there weekly. They have a free shabbat dinner every Friday. There are also specific fraternities and sororities, like AEPi and SDT, that are considered Jewish organizations and they too provide students with religious and cultural opportunities. School of Business Accounting Actuarial Science Finance, Investment and Banking Information Systems International Business Management and Human Resources Marketing Operations and Technology Management Real Estate and Urban Land Economics Risk Management and Insurance Natural Science, 4 to 6 credits, consisting of one 4- or 5-credit course with a laboratory component; or two courses providing a total of 6 credits Humanities/Literature/Arts, 6 credits Social Studies, 3 credits $1.25 School of Pharmacy Pharmacology and Toxicology Student Life & Activities The University of Wisconsin–Madison has long been recognized as one of America’s great universities. In 1848, Nelson Dewey, Wisconsin’s first governor, signed the act that formally created the university, and its first class, with 17 students, met in a Madison school building on February 5, 1849. Athletics WOMAN'S SPORTS BASKETBALL CROSS COUNTRY GOLF HOCKEY ROWING ROWING LIGHTWEIGHT SOCCER SOFTBALL SWIMMING & DIVING TENNIS TRACK & FIELD VOLLEYBALL History Vol XCIII, No. 311 Admission Requirements School of Nursing Nursing Subject Area years English 4 Math 4 Social Studies 3-4 Science 3-4 Single Foreign Language 3-4 Additional Academic/Fine Arts 2 Total Units 19-22 MEN'S SPORTS BASKETBALL CROSS COUNTRY FOOTBALL GOLF HOCKEY ROWING TENNIS SOCCER SWIMMING & DIVING TRACK & FIELD College of Agricultural and Life Sciences School of Business School of Education College of Engineering School of Human Ecology General Education Requirements Resident: $24,462 Scores 27–30 on the ACT Plus Writing 1810–2000 on the SAT GPA between a 3.5 and a 3.9 Students: 42,595 Faculty: 2,027 Non-Resident: $41,362 Tuition Schools & Degrees Offered Location College of Engineering Biomedical Engineering Chemical Engineering Civil Engineering Computer Engineering Electrical Engineering Engineering Mechanics Engineering Physics Geological Engineering Industrial Engineering Materials Science and Engineering Mechanical Engineering Naval Science Nuclear Engineering College of Letters and Science School of Nursing School of Pharmacy Certificate Programs The City of Madison Housing: They offer residence halls for undergraduate students as well as university owned apartments. Student Government: The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a student government program, which goes by the name of ASM. Greek life: The University of Wisconsin-Madison has a strong Greek presence on campus. There are social fraternities and sororities as well as professional, honor, and recognition ones. Majors Jewish Life University of Wisconsin College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Agricultural & Applied Economics Agricultural Business Management Agronomy Animal Sciences Biochemistry Biological Systems Engineering Biology Community and Environmental Sociology Dairy Science Dietetics Entomology Environmental Sciences Food Science Forest Science Genetics Horticulture Individual Major Landscape Architecture Life Sciences Communication Microbiology Nutritional Sciences Plant Pathology Poultry Science Soil Science Wildlife Ecology
Transcript: Capital: Madison The Badger State Population: 5,686,986 people Average January temperature: 14 degrees F Wisconsin Wisconsin became a state on May 29, 1848. It was the 30th state to be added to the USA. by Ms. Winget Average July temperature: 70 degrees F
Transcript: 440 acres, 106 buildings (on main campus) One satellite location (Hudson) Two lab farms (River Falls) 11 residence halls $63 MILLION dollar development!!! Cost 16 Varsity Sports Division 3 150+ student clubs/organizations (Rodeo Team/Show Team) Bike rental- Free for all UWRF students "Get on the Bus" is a great opportunity to visit fun places in the Twin Cities. Each Get on the Bus experience focuses on a different location, event, or activity. Most of these opportunities are free or very inexpensive. UWRF Taxi- Trips within River Falls cost $2.75 per person. The taxi will travel up to 5 miles out of River Falls city limits for an additional $2.00 per mile. Health Insurance College of Agriculture training products within the Industry The management option emphasizes business and agricultural economics courses. As an alternative to the Science or Management option, students can pair Animal Science with another major. Career Counseling Internships Student to faculty ratio: 19:1 Coed 59% women 41% men Low Diversity- 94% Caucasion, 3% Asian, 2% Hispanic, 1% African American 87% graduation rate Management Which Direction? Academics Facilities & Equipment http://www.uwrf.edu/AboutUs/Maps/Index.cfm Falcon Center Colt Starting Planetarium Campus Safety Popular trips include: Mall of America Como Zoo Midtown Global Market Minnesota Twins baseball game Minnesota Swarm lacrosse game Chanhassen Dinner Theatre Study Abroad Quick Facts Those interested in graduate work or veterinary medicine, the science option includes the necessary hours of chemistry, math, and physical/biological sciences. Athletics Areas of study (Majors and Minors) https://www.uwrf.edu/Catalog/DegreeRequirements/Undergraduate.cfm Meals Classes are available online Most classes are on campus Some classes require traveling off campus (i.e the lab farms- 2 miles off campus) Minor Dalkeith Palace France (production and marketing of wine) Wisconsin in Scotland (mapping of neolithic sites in the Orkney Islands) Student Support Services All dining venues are located in the University Center. Meal plans and rates are defined per semester. http://www.uwrf.edu/Dining/MealPlans/CurrentMealPlans.cfm Campus ACT Score: 22 (or higher) Percent admitted: 87% Retention Rate: 72% No religious affiliation GPA of 3.2 Selectivity: open Off Campus Housing The UW-System Board of Regent's policy requiring first year and sophomore students to live in University residence halls. In the town of River Falls there are 34 UWRF Apartment options (as of 2014-2015). Application fee: $44 (Non-refundable) Wisconsin Resident: $14,567/year Minnesota resident: $14,937/year Non-resident (out of state): $22,141 Amount of deposit atfter acceptance: $100 Animal Science (Equine Emphasis) Hunt Ice Arena UWRF has one of the strongest equine programs in the nation, with more than 70 well-bred horses. The curriculum provides all aspects important to the equine industry: nutrition and exercise, breeding, raising, training and riding young horses. Students are strongly encouraged to carry health insurance, since student health services is NOT health insurance. If students are currently covered by health insurance, they should check with the carrier to see what arrangements need to be made so coverage continues while at college. Admissions/Requirements Since 1976, the "Colts in Training" course at UWRF has been a fun option for students studying with an Equine Emphasis. Each student is given a colt to train and eventually ride under saddle. At the end of the term, each colt is auctioned off at the annual UWRF colt sale! Great Britain (vaccine development for equine respiratory disease) Science Located in River Falls, Wisconsin (30 miles from Woodbury) 6,455 students 69+ majors 96% of graduates are employed or attend graduate school Transportation Student Body Lab Farms As an emphasis within the Animal Science Major, it allows three different options for choosing the right career path and job. "Emergency Phones" Securing property Crime logs Junior's Bar and Grill Luigi's Pizza Mariachi Loco McDonalds Hudson (5 miles)
Transcript: University of Wisconsin Wisconsin campus: Mascot's name is Bucky the Badger College Characteristics & Demographics The student teacher ratio is 17:1 And most students come from in state. Admission Requirements: The average GPA for incoming freshman is 3.5-3.9, the average ACT is 27-30, and the average SAT is 1810-2000 Other Majors: Business Administration and Management Biological Sciences Computer and information sciences Economics Physical Therapy Required Major Courses & Electives Lang. Arts-2 and a half years Social studies-3 years integrated science- 3 and a half years Mathematics- 2 years Possible electives: Globalism Discovery Modern Life persuasion People and places Understanding who we are Dorms Students are not required to live on Campus. Students do have the opinion of living in a residence hall. You can have a single room residence hall or a a larger room for two or three. Residences are co-ed. Costs: In state: tuition: 10,403 Books & Supplies 1,200 Room & Board 8,600 Miscellaneous 3,214 Travel 1,024 Total: $24,462 Out of State: Tuition & Fees 26,674 Books & Supplies 1,200 Room & Board 8,600 Miscellaneous 3,214 Travel 1,674 Total: 41,362 Pay for College Wisconsin offers Scholarships, Grants, loans, and Federal Work study Other Alumni quote: Fred Shapiro- “The University of Wisconsin,” he says, “with a stunning range of departments and professional schools, has produced notable government officials, activists, social scientists and academics, writers and other artists, scientists and technologists, explorers, businesspeople, athletes, and entertainers” Famous Alumni: Eric Heiden, Olympic speed skater Carol Bartz, president and CEO of Yahoo! Inc. Russell Wilson, Pro Football player I picked this college because at the time they were in the Final Four. I have little interest in attending this school. Two other possible colleges are Purdue university and Toledo University 41,946 students are currently attending Wisconsin. Which is 41,450 more than the average of all colleges and universities. 30,328 of them are undergraduates.The average freshman class is about 29,000 Letters of recommendation are not required but 2 written essays are answering two questions. By: Cameron Hill About 39% of students at Wisconsin receive some sort of financial aid The average financial aid package is 7,321. I plan to pay for college through scholarships and student loans Possible major: Education Type of School: 4 year public school Location: Madison, Wisconsin
Transcript: Stevens Point has an enrollment of about 9,000 students. 48% male 52% female. Average classs size of 28. It's based by semester. They have an acceptance rate of 81.2% Tuition Study ? I want to attend UW Stevens Point to study nursing because I would like to become a Nurse Practitioner. Pay Average Scores Size A nurse practioner usually ends up getting put into the emergency room if you work in the hospital. To be a nurse practitioner you need to have compassion , communication , attention to detail, confidence, and adaptability. Your schedule can change whenever so you need to be very flexible. Average freshaman ACT score : 23 Average GPA : 3.4 87% of graduates , graduate beginning with a career. 23% of graduating seniors participate in a study abroad program. Nurse Practitioner Non-Resident: $7,970 double room: $2,049 There are tons of things to do on campus. They have a lot of outdoor activites like hiking, fishing, trails, etc. There are also places to eat on campus. You need a masters degree to become a nurse practitioner. And your salary will be $96,460. You can work 3 days a week and still get good pay. And your schedule will be flexible. University of Wisconsin Stevens Point Being a nurse practitioner wouldn't really affect my family. I personally would want to do this job because i enjoy helping people.
Transcript: Program success Our thoughts Source Players Coaches Punishment there was no extraordinary impact on the school although it brought attention towards them in the future. Three Wisconsin assistant football coaches have been admonished for violating NCAA rules by visiting prospects during an off-limits recruiting period, according to records released Friday. Dave Doeren Randall McCray DelVaughn Alexander Were the coaches that were involved Pat Muldoon and Jeff Duckworth were the players involved http://wisconsin.scout.com/2/859572.html The school said it also prohibited three coaches from participating during the first two days of the spring recruiting period this month. There salaries were affected negatively and also was entered into there personal files. They went 7-6 the year before this violation They made it to the champs sports bowl They had 4 players drafted into the NFL we believe that the punishment was insufficient because the punishment of being suspended for two days did not match the violation. how it affected the school?
Transcript: By: Kristin Burnstedt Badger State Lyrics to School Fight Song Wisconsin "On Wisconsin" On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, plunge right through that line. Run the ball clear down the field, a touchdown sure this time. On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, fight on for her fame. Fight, fellows, fight, fight, fight, we'll win this game. On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, stand up Badgers sing. "Forward" is our driving spirit, loyal voices ring. On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, raise her glowing flame. Stand, fellows, let us now salute her name. And! From Murali Patel Class of '01 On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, plunge right through that line Run the ball clear down the field boys, touchdown sure this time U-Rah-Rah On Wisconsin, On Wisconsin, Fight on for her fame Fight, Badgers, fight, fight, fight, we'll win this game. Thanks for watching, I hope you enjoyed it!!!! :) XD lol :D BIG TEN (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr 1Ben BrustG6-1190SOHawthorn Woods, Ill. 2Jordan SmithG6-1175FROrono, Minn. 3George MarshallG5-11180FRChicago, Ill. 5Ryan EvansG/F6-6210RS JRPhoenix, Ariz. 10Dan FaheyG6-3195JRChicago, Ill. 11Jordan TaylorG6-1195SRBloomington, Minn. 12Traevon JacksonG6-2208FRWesterville, Ohio 13Duje DukanF6-8205SODeerfield, Ill. 21Josh GasserG6-3190SOPort Washington, Wis. 22J.D. WiseG6-0185JRMilwaukee, Wis. 30Jarrod UthoffF6-8200FRCedar Rapids, Iowa 31Mike BruesewitzF6-6222JRSt. Paul, Minn. 32Evan AndersonC6-10260RS FRStanley, Wis. 33Rob WilsonG/F6-4200SRCleveland, Ohio 34Zach BohannonF6-6210JRMarion, Iowa 40Jared BerggrenF/C6-10235RS JRPrinceton, Minn. 44Frank KaminskyF6-11230FRLisle, Ill. Founder lumber Central time flower: Wood Violet State; Bucky the Badger dairy products 1848 Iowa Budapest flag: 1848 San Francisco forward Illinois Lol More Awesome Facts Notes 17 Milwaukee, 594,833; Madison, 233,209; Green Bay, 104,057; Kenosha, 99,218; Racine, 78,860; Appleton, 72,623; Waukesha, 70,718; Oshkosh, 66,083; Eau Claire, 65,883; Janesville, 63,575 Located: Madison, Wisconsin Stockholm Number of times in Tournament University Of Wisconsin Team Peeta :D More Stuff 10 largest city's in Wisconsin (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr Double click to crop it if necessary Roster 24-9 Overall: 24-9 vs Big Ten: 12-6 tree: Sugar Maple Michigan About the Enrollment Admission to Statehood Record & Population Minnesota YEah!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Basketball Team State Population & rank: 42,595 Border States Economy Time Zone The Badgers :) motto Place your own picture behind this frame! (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr bird: Robin David Ward Important Details 5,686,986 State & College
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