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College Research Project

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College
Research
Project Indiana John Jay Georgia State By Gabbie Bashuk Major First Choice: Criminal Justice Second Choice: Science Forensics Works Cited http://degreedirectory.org/colleges/forensic-study.html?eg=c14c641ed4667e2ff87b2a4c8face265&rcntxt=aws&crt=14835953099&kwd=%2Bforensic%20%2Bstudy http://www.whatdoesado.com/forensic-investigator.htm First Time Degree Seeking Freshmen: 7,057
Undergrad Enrollment: 32,041 Bloomington, Indiana Getting In Admission Requirements: - SAT or ACT- Required
SAT: Middle 50%: 1110-1290
ACT: Middle 50%: 25-30
- SAT Subject Test(s) - Recommended Tuition $31,483 Average GPA: 3.6 Freshmen applied: 35,218
Admitted: 25,455 https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-university-search/indiana-university-bloomington Application Process Forensic Field Agent New York City, New York Atlanta, Georgia School Spirit 72% Degree Requirements: Application Process Scholarships Online Application $55 fee High school Transcript SAT/ACT scores sent directly from testing agencies ONLY Completed counselor section with counselor's signature Kelley Scholars -have a minimum ACT score of 32 or SAT score of 1350 -3.8 GPA -display excellence in academics, leadership, and extracurricular involvement Program Scholarships -Must maintain 3.5 to renew Hutton Honors College Scholarships - about $2,000-3,000 per year -Renewable for up to 4 years -Must maintain 3.4 -minimum of 3 graded honors courses during the first 2 years -attend at least 1 approved cultural/educational event each
year -$70
-explain reasons for pursuing
graduate study in the National Online
MPA Inspector General Program,
-Describe your career objectives. -essay: - 250-300 words -recommendations: - 3 academic references or letters of recommendation This major can help with the job of a Crime Scene Investigator. This major can also help with Crime Scene Investigations, but involves more lab work. Campus Career: Indiana: http://scholarships.indiana.edu/scholarships/selective/index.php Works Cited http://www.iub.edu/about/tour/index.shtml Images: Loans: money you can borrow, but have to pay back Grants: money that is awarded John Jay: http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/405.php http://jjcweb.jjay.cuny.edu/mpa/online/igadmissions.html http://www.cuny.edu/admissions/undergraduate/prepare/high-school-students.html Getting In Required GPA: 2.50 Average GPA: 3.25-3.49 Georgia State: https://bigfuture.collegeboard.org/college-university-search/georgia-state-university Cost $13,591 Students Admitted: 6,567 SAT Scores: 500 - 590 Critical Reading: Math: 500-600 Campus http://www.youtube.com Other Sports http://www.idsnews.com/blogs/cbn/?p=1238 http://indianauniversitybloomington.wordpress.com/2011/06/06/73/ http://www.crimsonquarry.com/2011/4/18/2119038/hoosier-headlines-4-18-iu-baseball-gets-a-new-hits-king http://www.cincysouth.com/IU/Football/FootballMenu.htm http://www.iuhoosiers.com/facilities/ind-facilities-gym-volley.html http://newsinfo.iu.edu/web/page/normal/17912.html http://imagine.iuf.indiana.edu/articles/fall12/iu-treasure.html Campus Images Images http://www.cuny.edu/about/resources/locationshoots/view-by-college/john-jay-college.html http://www.e-architect.co.uk/new_york/john_jay_college_building.htm http://chronicle.com/blogs/buildings/date/2011/11 http://www.youtube.com http://www.music.gsu.edu/locations.aspx http://colleges.usnews.rankingsandreviews.com/best-colleges/georgia-state-1574 http://www.usjournal.com/en/students/campuses/gsu.html http://admit.indiana.edu/apply/freshmen/standards/index.shtml http://www.indiana.edu/~crimjust/undergraduate_courses.php?nav=undergraduate http://www.collegeview.com/collegesearch/index.jsp?crit=0 http://www.indiana.edu/~crimjust/checksheet1.pdf http://law.gsu.edu medium-sized Regular Application Deadline: May 31 Out-of-state tuition: $14,879 No lower than 2.0 GPA Applicants: Admitted: 13,858 5,985 graduate within 6 years Books: 1940
1952
1976
1981
1987 5 National Basketball Championships: Indiana Student Interviewed: Michelle S. Cassedy, Patrice. Law Enforcement. San Diego, California: Lucent Books, 2002. McDavid, Susan. Career Opportunities In: Law Enforcement, Security, and Protective Services. New York: Checkmark Books, 2000 Salary: $40,000-$56,000 Skills: -Communication
-Writing
-Interpersonal
-Teamwork skills Experience: 1-3 years of police work with fingerprinting & crime scene experience
Photography & photo processing experience Hi Gabbie,

Here are my 5 likes:
I like the downtown area, especially 4th street (it has all the ethnic restaurants) and Serendipity (it has salsa dancing every Saturday night)
I like that there are lots of different clubs
The campus is really nice
You can walk everywhere
There are a lot of Study Abroad opportunities

Here are my 5 dislikes:
That the school is so big: it is hard to make personal relationships with professors (although it is possible) and the advisers aren't very helpful (it takes a lot of self-advocacy to really figure out what you want to do),
It's a big 10 school (I'm not so interested in the Big 10 mentality of school spirit, sports teams, and the drinking that goes along with it)
Greek life is a huge part of the community (it's possible to find your own community if you want to but it takes work)
There isn't much to do night-life wise if you are under 21 (besides going to house parties and frat parties)
It takes a lot of work to find things off the beaten path if you don't want to do what the mainstream people are doing (you have to do your research and be very involved with the clubs and activities to really know whats going on)

Hope this helps!

Let me know if you need anything else.

Michelle Criminal Justice, Science Forensics
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