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Transcript of Stanford University
Personal Education and Career
Bachelor's of Science
.We are STANFORD.
Mascot: The Cardinal
A private Institution located in the heart of California's Silicon Valley
Ranked 5th amongst National Universities
7 schools within the university
Established in 1885
Tuition and Expenses
Tuition and Fees: $42, 690
Average student year expenses: $60,421
Offers a variety of scholarships, grants, loans, and types of financial aid
-Personal Plan: Athletic Scholarship, private scholarships and grants, NO LOANS
EX: -Gates Millennium Scholars (GMS) -Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation Scholarship
-TAG-Ed Web Challenge Scholarship
Undergraduate BS Path Requirements
Prerequisite classes consist of previous education of Spanish, course work in behavioral sciences, calculus, physical chemistry, and biochemistry, and can be taken through the Undergraduate School of Humanities and Sciences.
Detailed Requirements (Sciences)
-Biological Sciences (1 full academic year)
-Chemistry (2 full academic years, including organic chemistry)
-Physics (1 full academic year)
School of Medicine
I will apply to the School of Medicine during my Junior or Senior year, depending on classes taken and depth of my studies.
Completion of a major in Biology and minor in Chemistry meet the School of Medicine undergraduate requirements.
4 year program
-First-Year Common Application
-The Stanford Writing Supplement
-$90 nonrefundable application fee or fee waiver request
-Official Testing (SAT or ACT Plus Writing) sent from the College Board or ACT
-Two Teacher Evaluations
Admissions is rigorous and highly selective.
Acceptance Rate: 6.6%
Undergraduate Enrollment: 6,980
Graduate Enrollment: 8,897
Medical Degree (MD)
Residency in Orthopedic Surgery
Board Certification as an Orthopedic Surgeon
- 5 years in graduate education with accelerated residency program at a hospital or practice
-4 years in education of orthopedic surgery
-1 year in internal medicine or general surgery
- minimum of 2 years of practice in orthopedic surgery and passing oral/written exam
*Ability to operate at a high level of professional competence*
Average annual income is $206,770
Undergraduates in University residence halls are required to participate in the R&DE Stanford Dining meal plans.
5 different meal plans
each reliant on quarters, amount of meals, and food locations available
Apartments and Suites
Small Group Houses
*Student-athletes may live differently according to their sport's regulations*
25% students join the Greek System
16 fraternities and 14 sororities
My Stanford Pride
BIG GAME -
annual football game against rivalry, University California-Berkeley; prefaced by student music performances
Full Moon Quad -
Freshman are kissed at midnight, under the first full moon of the Autumn Quarter, by a senior
Fountain Hopping -
playing in Stanford's main campus fountains
Wacky Walk -
first few minutes of graduation, undergraduates swarm into the Stanford Stadium in costume
Where you are? Who are you?
The wind of freedom blows
Die Luft der Freiheit weht
625 organized student groups
6 Culture Centers
36 Varsity Sports
-Many intramural sports and activities take place all over campus grounds
Stanford is determined to use their wealth to do something for "other people's" children.
-focus on the highest individual Critical Reading,Math and Writing
-focus on the highest Composite and the highest Combined English/Writing scores
-Applying Freshman SAT
-Applying Freshman ACT
31-34 in all, Composite, English, and Math areas
SAT and ACT
A Student's Perspective....
-Jane Campbell - Stanford's starting (freshman) goalie for women's soccer
Stanford University, Stanford, California 94305
-37 hour car drive
-5 hour plane ride into San Jose Airport, then a 25 minute drive to campus
*Free tutorials are available daily or weekly upon request; this is provided by the athletic department.*
Requirements to Submit
The Transfer Common Application
The Stanford Writing Supplement
$90 nonrefundable application fee or fee waiver request
Official Testing (SAT or ACT Plus Writing) sent from the College Board or ACT
School Report (Final Report)
Final High School Transcript
Official Transcript(s) from every college/university attended
Two Academic Evaluations (formerly College Instructor Evaluations)
Transfer work must be completed at an accredited degree-granting institution
It is completed with a grade of C- or better
It does not duplicate, overlap or regress previous coursework