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The First Step: Stanford and me

Stanford Uncovered

Jatavia Turner

on 27 December 2010

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Stanford University Stanford University: Home of the Cardinals, Indians, and Trees Size and Location By car: 25 hours 36 minutes
1707.30 miles Enrollment *SAT and ACT
*3.75 GPA or higher
*75% of students are top 10%
*essay or personal statement
*extracurricular activities
*particular talent
*character qualities Physical size of campus:
8,180 acres
Environment *four year college
*Stanford is in an urban area
*closest city is San Francisco
*46.7 square miles from San Francisco
*nearest airport:30 miles away in San Fracisco
*nearest bus station:1 mile away Palo Alto
*nearest train station:25 miles away in San Jose
*co-ed, men and women attend Stanford
*no religious affiliation Admissions Requirments -Deadline: medical- October 15,2010
-must take medical college admissions test, ACT,SAT
-SAT math-67% 700-800,critical reading-58% 700-800, writing 61% 700-800
-ACT-over 29
-GPA-90% 3.75 and above
-rank-75% are in top 10% in high school
-notifications-November 15,2010 11:59 pacifc standard time, 9:59 central time Academics -yes my major is offered
-its in the medical field
-have to take medical college admissions test
-application fee must be paid via credit card
-when accepted,must submit an enrollment deposit
-Stanford University is accredited by the Accrediting Commisions for Senior College and Universities of the Western Associations of Schools and Colleges
-6.2-1 student-faculty ratio
-20-29 students in one class
College Exspenses Tuition-$38,700
Room and board-$11,876
Estimated total cost-$54,446
Non-refundable$100 application fee
Housing fee-$5,176 Financial Aid Deadline:
-FAFSA-June 30,2010
-Stanford University Grant Funding
:December 31,2010
Required forms:
-FAFSA form, need access application, supplement financial aid application, federal income tax returns, and W-2
-46% of freshman students who attend Stanford receive financial aid Scholarships:
-Basic Stanford University Grant
-Middle-Income Assistance Program Grant
-Research and Teaching assistantships
-Medical Scholars research program Housing -Freshman required to live on campus and guaranteed housing
-Types of dorms-coed dorms, women dorms, married student apartments, single student apartment, disable student housing, fraternity/sorority housing Food plan
-19 meals per week
-autumn-85 days $1879
-winter-76 days $1680
-spring-74 days $1617
-total-234 days $5176 Facilities Academic
-Lucile Packard Chidren's Hospital at Stanford
*Avery Awyatic center-swimming
*Burnham pavilion and ford center-men's volleyball,men's and women's Gymnastics
*Maples pavilion-men's and women's basketball, women's volleyball Activities Clubs:
-Black Business student Association
-Christians in Business
-Health and wellness Association
-Texas club
-Women in management Greek Life:
Alpha Phi Alpha
Omega Psi Phi
Phi Beta Sigma
Alpha Kappa Alpha
Delta Sigma Theta Athletics:
flag football
sand volleyball
indoor volleyball
outdoor soccer
indoor soccer
softball Campus Visits April 16-17,2011
August 14,2011
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