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2017 Campus Visit Presentation

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Ranked in the Top 3 Undergraduate Entrepreneurship programs since 2007 (The Princeton Review/Entrepreneur magazine)

Top 100 engineering graduate and undergraduate programs in the nation (U.S. News & World Report, 2011)

Top 20 hospitality programs in the nation (TheBestSchools.org, 2012)

Among the nation’s top 100 law schools (U.S.News & World Report, 2011)

#4 P.h.D. program in Creative Writing (Poets & Writers Magazine, 2011)

#10 physical sciences program in the nation (Nature)

#48 Pharmacy college among nation's Top 100 (U.S. News & World Report, 2011)
The Honors College
Student Housing and Residential Life
Application Process
Individual Review
Annual Education Costs
Freshman Scholarships
Transfer Scholarships
Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture
College of Arts
C.T. Bauer College of Business
College of Education
Cullen College of Engineering
Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences (CLASS)
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
College of Technology
Professional Schools
Complete Apply Texas Application
Send official SAT/ACT scores
Application fee: $75
Official high school transcript - electronic preferred
Complete Apply Texas Application
Application fee: $75
Official transcript from EACH and ALL colleges and universities attended
All students who do NOT meet the previous requirements and the
November

15
scholarship deadline will be reviewed on an individual basis:

High school academic record
Level of high school curriculum
SAT and ACT scores
Letters of recommendation/resumes
Extracurricular activities
Work experience
Personal experience
Transfer General Admissions Requirements
15-29 college credit hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA
30 or more college credit hours with a minimum 2.0 GPA
<15 college credit hours will apply as transfer students but be reviewed based on freshman admissions requirements
Earned an Associate of Science or Associate of Art degree from last school attended - must be a regionally accredited school
Impacted Majors
Hines College of Architecture
Bauer College of Business
Cullen College of Engineering
Conrad N. Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences: Music, Theater and Dance
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
College of Technology
Based on two semesters of 15 credit hours each:
Undergraduate in-state tuition
+
Typical room and board

Annual total (in-state) =
$9,700

$8,753

$18,253
Specialized Classes for all Majors
Graduate with Special Distinction
Smaller classes
Priority class registration
Student community
Reserved facilities
Research/Study Abroad opportunities
1/3 of course work completed in Honors College
UH Athletics
66
Olympians
| 20
Olympic Gold Medalists
| 1
Heisman Trophy
| 17
National Championships
131
Conference Championships
| 935+
All-Americans Winners
| 62
NCAA Championships
Women's Sports
Basketball
Cross Country
Golf
Soccer
Softball
Swimming & Diving
Tennis
Track and Field
Volleyball
Campus Recreation and Wellness Center
Center for Students with Disabilities
Commuter Services
Cougars in Recovery
Counseling Services
Learning Support Services
LGBT Resource Center
Health Center
Writing Center
Campus Shuttles
Veterans Services
Testing Services
Women's Resource Center
International Student Scholar Services
UH Department of Public Safety
University Career Services
534 Student Organizations
Cougar Village I & II
Moody Towers
Cambridge Oaks
Cullen Oaks
2ND
Admissions
Nationally Ranked Programs
Campus Resources
Bayou Oaks
Cougar Place
Moody Towers
Quadrangle
Calhoun Lofts (Juniors+)
UH Tier One Scholars
Academic Excellence
UH Dining
Law Center
School of Nursing
College of Optometry
College of Social Work
College of Pharmacy
admissions@uh.edu
www.uh.edu/getconnected
Student Life
Campus Life
Freshman with International Academic Records
The equivalent to a U.S. grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) or higher.
English Language Proficiency Requirement
TOEFL internet based test (iBT): total score of 79 or higher
TOEL paper based test (PBT): total score of 550 or higher
IELTS: Overall band score of 6.5 or higher
SAT/ACT Scores: Freshman applicants from a high school that is an IB school, British Curriculum (A-levels), US accredited, or in a UH recognized English-speaking country must submit SAT or ACT test scores.
SAT I: Total score (CR+M)=1100 or higher; Critical Reading = 500 or higher and Math= 500 or higher
ACT: Composite score= 24 or higher; English score= 19 or higher and Math score =19 or higher
Must have completed application by November 15
Renewable for four years
Based on class rank and SAT/ACT
Transfer with International Academic Records
The equivalent to a U.S. grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 (B) or higher on all post-secondary coursework.
English Language Proficiency Requirement
TOEFL internet based test (iBT): total score of 79 or higher
TOEL paper based test (PBT): total score of 550 or higher
IELTS: Overall band score of 6.5 or higher
Open to all majors:
Freshmen can apply when completing Apply Texas application
Transfer students can apply at TheHonorsCollege.com
June 30
Final Deadline
November 15
Priority Scholarship Deadline
Fresh Food Company
Cougar Woods
Transfer Excellence Scholarship
Houston
Freshman Dates & Deadlines
Summer/Fall 2017 Enrollment
Priority Deadline: November 15, 2016
Final Deadline: June 30, 2017
Spring 2017 Enrollment
Final Deadline: December 1, 2016
Transfer Dates & Deadlines
Summer 2017 Enrollment
Spring 2017 Enrollment
Fall 2017 Enrollment
Pride
Best Colleges Rankings for
“Public Schools”
(No. 105),
“National Universities”
(No. 187),
“Business Programs”
(No. 93), “
Best Colleges for Veterans”
(No. 149), and
High School Counselor Rankings
(No. 196)

Recognized among Princeton Review’s
“Best 380 Colleges,”

“Colleges That Pay You Back,” “Green Colleges,

“Best Western Colleges,”
and
“Public Schools”


Top 100 Global
Rankings for for
Issued Patents; #2 in Texas
(NAI 2016)

Among
“Best Undergraduate Engineering Programs”
(No. 87) for institutions granting doctorate degrees
43 Fraternities and Sororities
34 Club and intramural sports per semester
18 Campus ministries represented at the A.D. Bruce Religion Center
Academic/Professional
Event Leadership
Student Government
Volunteering
Hobby/Recreation
International/Ethnic
Political/Social Action
Religious/Spiritual
Undergraduate out-of-state tuition
+
Typical room and board

Annual total (out-of-state) =
$23,360

$8,753

$32,113
Academics
12 academic colleges
More than 120 undergraduate majors
The Honors College
Nearly 200 graduate programs
4 professional schools
24:1 student/faculty ratio
Transfer
International
Financing your
Education

Undergraduate Academic Colleges
Hines College of Architecture
Bauer College of Business
College of Education
Cullen College of Engineering
Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences: Communication, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Economics, Human Nutrition and Foods, Kinesiology, Music, Theater and Dance
College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
College of Technology
Energy Capital of the world
Freshman Housing
Sophomore or Higher
Apartment Living
Application Process
3rd highest capacity for student housing among Texas universities
Freshmen
Transfer
This graduation plan has been developed as a mechanism to help freshman students identify and pursue clear paths for completing their undergraduate degree in a timely manner. Graduation within four academic years of initial fall enrollment the University of Houston is ensured conditioned upon the satisfaction of student eligibility requirements.
Freshman and Transfer
Fixed Four-Year Tuition Option
Provides eligible students with a fixed tuition rate through four consecutive academic years.
The guaranteed fixed-tuition rate includes all mandatory tuition and academic fees associated with enrollment
Participation in this plan requires participation in the University of Houston Four-Year Graduation Plan.
2015 Transfer Fixed
Four-Year Tuition Option
Provides eligible students with a fixed tuition rate through four consecutive academic years.
The guaranteed fixed-tuition rate includes all mandatory tuition and academic fees associated with enrollment
Participation in this plan requires participation in the University of Houston Four-Year Graduation Plan.
Freshman
#FOREVERCOOGS
More than 3,500 UH alumni are presidents or CEOs of businesses or corporations

United States Senator, former U.S. Secretary of Education, congressmen and legislators

Tony and Emmy Award Winners

Olympians and professional athletes

Nobel Peace Prize Winner, Nobel Prize Winners, and National Academy Winners

29 National Science Foundation CAREER Award recipients

9 National Academy members

President Khator honored as Int'l Business Executive of the Year
Largest medical center in the world
4th Largest City in the U.S.
#3 in America's 20 Most Cultured Cities
(Travel+Leisure 2015)
Home to 26 Fortune 500 Companies
7th Most Diverse City in the world
More than 100 nations represented
#5 Best Big City for Jobs
(Forbes)
More than 30 retail restaurants
33,000 Sq feet of delicious food
9 unique food stations
Comfort Food
Gluten-Free and nut-free options
Menus and Nutritional Information Online
Campus Dish App
Healthy For Life
Final Deadline: December 1, 2016
Final Deadline: May 1, 2017
Final Deadline: July 7, 2017
$2,500 - $8,500
Covers tuition, fees, research stipend, study abroad stipend and first two years of on-campus room and board
$1,000 ($500/semester)
Awards are offered for fall applicants as financial resources are available
137
Nations
Whose House?
Coogs House!
Men's Sports
Baseball
Basketball
Cross Country
Football
Golf
Track & Field
Freshman General Admission Requirements
Connect with UH
fb.com/universityofhouston
@universityofhouston
@UHouston
admissions@uh.edu

Most Diverse
UH AT A GLANCE
43K+
25
Research Centers
Students
2,300+
Faculty
Points
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