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Middle School College Admissions

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Transcript of Middle School College Admissions

Location
Size
Academics
Atmosphere
Admission Criteria
COST
FIT
COLLEGE
Admissions
What do Admissions
Counselors look for?

Success in
your interest areas.
Your current trend.
The classes you select.
Scores.
Essay
Recommendations
Talents
Extra-curricular
What should YOU look for in a school?
How college will change your life.
So, what's college really like?
Classes
& Schedule
Clubs
ACADEMIC
Personal
Qualities
Making
FAFSA
SCHOLARSHIPS
Community
College
Grants & Loans
JOBS
School
The
Parents
Teachers
Go Online
Visit schools
TAKE
Financial
Academic
Research
Plan
Share
Action
RECORD
Majors
CONNECT
How's it different from High School?
COLLEGE
Affordable
GPA
in college prep courses
SAT, ACT
Salary
Health
Family
Community
Clubs
& Student
Organizations
Schedule - It's up to you!

9 a.m. Wake up, shower, & have breakfast
10:30 – 11:45 a.m. Class
12:00-1:00 p.m. Lunch in the dining hall with friends
1:30-2:45 p.m Biology class
3:00-4:00 p.m Work out at gym
4:00-6:00 p.m Study in the library
6:30-7:3 p.m Dinner with roommate in dining hall
7:00-9:00 p.m Hang out in recreation room
9:30-11:00 p.m Study in dorm room
11:30 p.m Sleep


11 a.m. Wake up
11:15-1:00 p.m. History Class & have breakfast
1:30-2:45 p.m Economics class
3:00-6:00 p.m Track Practice
6:30-8:00 p.m Shower, dinner and relax
8:30-12:00 p.m Study in Library with team
1:00am Sleep

Majors
You can choose from HUNDREDS of options!
NATE
Lindsay
1. Tall Clubs International Scholarship--If you're a male
6' 2" or taller, or a female 5' 10"
or taller, you just may qualify for this $1,000 scholarship. To qualify, you simply need to write an essay entitled "What Being Tall Means to Me."

2. Duck Brand Duct Tape Stuck on Prom Contest--Who would ever think that
creating prom outfits out of duct tape
could win a lucky couple $3,000 in scholarship money?

3. National Marbles Tournament Scholarship--This contest for eight to 14 year olds awards between $1,000 and $2,000 scholarship money to those
skilled in the game of marbles
.
Colleges come in all sizes
Arizona State University
has 75,000 students:
Sterling College has 100 students:
Colleges are also in places all over America
NYU is in the middle of New York City and has classes in skyscrapers
Paul Smith's College is located in the middle of the Adirondack Mountains and is 50 miles from the closest mall.
Pepperdine has its campus right on the ocean in Malibu, California
What makes you
who you are
What people
think about
you.
What you do and what
you're interested in,
and what you're good at
http://admissions.gmu
.edu
Amherst College's
advertised cost to attend =
$61,544
Cost if your family makes
$0 - $30,000
=
$1,936
Cost if your family makes
$30,000 - $48,000
=
$9,128
Cost if your family makes
$48,000 – $75.000
=

$10,016

Harvard University's

advertised cost to attend =
$59,950
Cost if your family makes
$0 – $30,000
=
$3,897
Cost if your family makes
$30,000 – $48,000
=
$2,977
cost if your family makes
$48,000 – $75,000
=
$5,405

Bowdoin College's
advertised cost to attend =
$61,850
Cost if your family makes
$0 – $30,000
=
$4,754
Cost if your family makes
$30,000 – $48,000
=
$9,334
Cost if your family makes
$48,000 – $75,000
=
$10,965

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