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Tonysha Wilson Period 8


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Tonysha Wilson Period 8

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  1. College Project Tonysha Wilson Period 8 December 13, 2011

  2. Is Miami campuses are safe Miami is committed to maintaining a safe learning environment for all students and members of the university community. While Miami's campus is relatively safe, crime does occur on campus. Each member of the university community has a responsibility to contribute to the well-being of the community. Everyone must participate in crime prevention efforts and develop good personal safety habits, including the following • Lock your apartment or residence hall doors • Don't prop open residence hall exterior doors and don't let people you don't know into the halls • Report any suspicious activity to Miami Police (or off campus to Oxford police). • Secure your personal property • Walk in groups at night • Be aware of your surroundings and avoid areas with which you are not familiar. • Use one of the following Nighttime Door-to-Door campus escort services: • Oxford campus 593-2716 (operates from 6 p.m. until 2 a.m. M–W and until 4 a.m. THR–Sun) • Hamilton campus 785-3222 (campus security) • Middletown campus 727-3333 (campus security)

  3. College College As a freshman would I have to say on campus, if so why? Yes studies show that Statistics prove that students who live on campus are more successful in college and are more likely to stay in school and complete their degree Yes, studies(statistics) show that students who live on campus are more successful in college and are more likely to stay in school and complete their degree. College College

  4. How many students attend FSU ? 39,000 attend FSU How many students attend UM? 15,674 attend UM

  5. As a freshman what are all the requirements at UM ?

  6. As a freshman what are all the requirements at FSU ? Well since approximately 35,000 freshman apply each year, admission is competitive. Its requires graduation from a regionally accredited high school with certain high school academic units, a cumulative grade point average (GPA) in those academic units, and test scores, but sadly to say satisfying these minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. The academic profile of the middle fifty percent of freshmen accepted in 2011 was: 3.6-4.2 academic GPA; 25-29 ACT composite; 1730-1960 SAT total

  7. How many students apply to UM a year ? University of Miami receives approximately 19,000 undergraduate students applications each year. How many students apply to FSU a year ? Florida State University receives approximately 35,000 undergraduate students applications each year.

  8. When are tours available at FSU and UM If you would like an on campus tour of UM or FSU, you would have to make an appointment three weeks ahead of time on the school website. Virtual tour are also available

  9. What Degrees Does Have To Offer ?

  10. Master's Degree Programs Florida State University offers 117 master's degree programs. Specialist and Advanced Master's Degree Programs Florida State University offers 24 specialist and advanced master's degree programs. Doctoral Degree Programs Florida State University offers 77 doctoral degree programs. Interdisciplinary Graduate Degree Programs Florida State University offers 17 interdisciplinary graduate degree programs. Professional Degrees Florida State University offers professional degrees in Law, Medicine, Business Administration, Social Work, and Nursing. In addition to these traditional professional degrees, FSU also offers the Professional Science Master's in Computational Science and the Professional Master's Applied American Politics and Policy. Joint Degree Programs Joint degree programs provide students the opportunity to earn graduate degrees from two academic programs concurrently. Dual Degree Programs Dual degree programs are those in which two degrees are earned simultaneously when a student is accepted by both departments/programs and is approved by the appropriate deans. Combined Bachelors/Masters Degree Programs Combined bachelors/masters degree programs provide academically talented students an opportunity to complete a bachelors and a masters degree in a shorter time span. Online Academic Degree Programs Florida State University offers several online academic degree programs as alternative access for students who otherwise would not be able to further their education and advance their careers.

  11. Is it easy to get into FSU & what can I do that can guarantee me a spot into FSU ? Well from what I have been reading It is easy to get into FSU if you are instate. Just get a 3.0 on the ACT and a 1100 on the SAT. You could write an essay to make it easier. If you join any clubs or sports, you are guaranteed in. Also, the Honors programs is a bit misleading. The only benefit of it is to get Early Registration. And for research if you want Honors in the Major, which is easy to get into if you have decent grades.


  13. How many hours of volunteer work in physical therapy are required? You need a minimum of 80 contact hours as a volunteer or employee in a physical therapy setting. At least 40 hours (of the 80 required hours) of volunteer work must be in the acute care hospital setting. A rehabilitation hospital is not considered acute care. We recommend that you have experience in more than one physical therapy environment. The better your career exploration for this professional field, the more you will be certain that you have made the correct choice.

  14. What courses do I still need to take? You need to complete a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. You will also need to complete any of the prerequisites (requirements that you need before take the course) that you have not yet completed

  15. Do I have to have all the prerequisite courses completed before I can apply? No, but it must be possible for you to complete all course work before the start date of the program. Students lacking more than 12 semester hours of prerequisite courses by the end of the fall semester of the year prior to intended entry are not eligible to apply. Students lacking this many credits of prerequisite course work are not considered competitive applicants. Applicants will also need to make sure that all course work can be completed prior to the start of the program (late June).

  16. How Involved Are You? When picking your physical therapy salary, take a minute and determine just how much work you are actually doing at your business. As a physical therapist you are more than likely the main man behind the company as you are directly providing customers with your services. Since a lot of the work will be coming from your end of the spectrum, and possibly some from an assistant physical therapist, you can set your salary range on the higher end of the scale. Though it may be hard, put yourself in the position of hiring someone to do your job. How much would you pay them to do your daily work? In the end the more work involved, the more you get be paid

  17. High School Investment

  18. Graduation Rates

  19. College Tuition and Financial Aid

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