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  1. University Information: NCAA 2008 assignment Schools highlighted: Boise StateGeorge MasonUniversity of KentuckyMount St. Mary’sSienaAustin PeayBelmontDukeButlerCal State at Fullerton DavidsonGeorgetownGonzagaKansasMississippi Valley StateUniv. of North Carolina at Chapel HillOral RobertsPortland StatePurdueSt. Mary’s (Ca)Univ. of Cal at Los AngelesUniv. of Nevada at Las VegasUniv. of Wisconsin at Madison

  2. Location: Boise, Idaho (capital) City Pop: Student Pop: 18,844 Staff Pop: 496 School Colors: blue + orange Mascot: Buster Bronco Public college Undergrad tuition: $12,578 (non idaho residents) per yr Room/Board: $2,969 per semester Admission requirements: 2.16 GPA w/ excellent SAT+ACT or 4.00 GPA w/870 SAT+ 18 ACT Classes (semesters) English: 8 – Math: 6 – Natural Science: 6 – Social Science: 5 – Humanities/ Foreign Languae: 2 – Other College Prep: 3 Pamela Nonga Ngue Boise State University “Splendor sine occasu”

  3. Basketball Season STATS 07-08: 25-8 (as of mar. 16) 06-07: 17-14 Tradition First yr: 1933 Junior College/ 1969 NCAA Most Consecutive Wins:14 (68-69) Special Interests Fields Over 190 fields Studying abroad Largest internship program in Northwest Campus Life Over 200 student organizations Fun Facts Celebrations Annual Gene Harris Jazz Festival Martin Luther King Jr. Human Rights Celebration Service 1,660 Students performed 35,365 hours of service in Treasure Valley Supports research Alzeihmer’s disease and cancer research Boise State University Research Links: http://www.boisestate.edu/ http://www.broncosports.com/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boise_State_University Pamela Nonga Ngue / Period: 3 / March 18, 2008

  4. Location- Northern Virginia Mascot- Patriot Student Headcount- 29,728 Specialty- programs in engineering, information technology, biotechnology and health care New Student fee- 160.00 Out of state tuition- 9042.00 for 11 credit hours Dormitory-style housing- $38 per day Graduation requirement- GPA of 3.0 or better, letters of recommendation from 2 colleagues and 1 from principal George Mason University

  5. Men’s Basketball- selected as 12th seed George Mason University will be making their 4th appearance in school history Coach- Jim Larranaga Its School of Law is recognized by U.S. News & World Report as one of the top 35 law schools in the United States. FUN FACTS -Basketball Coach Jim Larranaga is teming up with leukemia and lymphoma Society’s National Capital Area Chapter to give gifts to children who are hospitalized at Inova Fairfax Hospital for Children George Mason University

  6. Bibliography • www.gmu.edu • All Searches made on site above • By Justin Shie • 3/17/08 • Period 3

  7. UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKYBy John Byun • The University of Kentucky, also known as UK, is a public, co- educational, land-grant university located in Lexington, Kentucky, with over 26,000 (18,000 undergraduates) students. • The UK colors are blue and white, and their mascot is a “Wildcat” • Combined room and board expenses: $7,973 - $7,973 • Undergraduate tuition: $6,302; $14,102 out-of-state • Scholarships are offered to incoming freshmens with high academic or with outstanding athletic abilities. • Kentucky University has been designated a Research University of the First Class by the Carnegie Foundation — one of just 59 public universities in the country. The UK educates 39% of all students going to private and public colleges in Kentucky. • UK Healthcare is made up of UK Hospital, Kentucky Children’s Hospital which is ranked among America’s best Hospitals in three specialties.

  8. The Kentucky Wildcats finished off with a record of 22-12, second disappointing season in a row. Similar to the year before, the team entered the NCAA tournament as a #8 seed where they were able to win their 1st round game, but came up short in the second round to a #1 seed. This time their opponent was a Kansas team that was just too athletic for the Wildcats. The UK provides many special activities for students such as art, sports(football, soccer, etc), hiking, and many more. Fun Facts: 1. Kentucky leads the NCAA in NCAA tournament appearances, NCAA tournament wins, NCAA tournament games, and ranks second to UCLA in NCAA championships with 7. 2. The University of Kentucky Library maintains more than 2.5 million volumes, the 49th largest collection in the country. Reference: Walter Cornet and WinterGreen Orchard House THE KETUCKY WILDCATS

  9. GO WILDCATS!

  10. Mount St. Mary’s is located in Emmitsburg, Maryland. Under 2,500 students come to this university. The school colors are blue and white. The mascot is a mountain. Total undergrads: 1,681 Degree-seeking undergrads: 1,681 First-time degree-seeking freshmen: 449 Graduate enrollment: 364. The cost for room and board is $9,130 living on campus, $2,100 living at home, and $4,500 conmmuting, not living at home. They grant 67% for scholarships and 33% for loans. Requires SAT Reasoning Test or ACT. Mount St. Mary'sUniversityJeff Kim (Period 3) & Steve Wang(Period 4)

  11. 20 Jones, Kevin 22 Schwarz, John 30 Kenny, Ed 31 Thompson, Danny 34 Jackson, Tayvon 40 Atupem, Sam 45 Mitchell, Markus 50 Loughry, Jason Mount St. Mary'sUniversity Team Lineup 0 Cajou, Jean 1 Goode, Jeremy 2 Vann, Chris 4 Beidler, Kelly 5 Brown, Pierre 10 Atupem, Shawn 11 Holland, Will 12 Ashcroft, Matt Head coach - Milan Brown Assistant Coach - Brion Dunlap, Dan Engelstad, Kevin Robinson Jr. Fun Facts • Roman Catholic School • Mount St. Mary's University was founded in 1808, making it the oldest independent Catholic college in the United States. • The Knott Athletic Recreation Complex contains a 3,500-seat arena, indoor basketball and tennis courts, a 25-meter swimming pool, handball/racquetball courts, and exercise, training and sports medicine facilities. References • http://collegesearch.collegeboard.com/search/CollegeDetail.jsp?collegeId=606&profileId=0 • http://www.mountathletics.com/SportSelect.dbml?DB_OEM_ID=10900&KEY=&SPID=4380&SPSID=47346

  12. Siena College Costs: Tuition for the 2007-2008 academic year total is $22,510 and room and board is $8,875. Surroundings: Suburban, 166 acres. Kind: Private Admission requirements: Essay(s) required SAT Test or ACT Very important admission factors: Rigor of secondary school record Academic GPA Location: Loudonville, New York (two Miles north of Albany, NY and less than Three hours from New York city and Boston. Colors: Gold and Green Mascot: Saint Bernard Size: 3,000 undergrad students Author: Michael Serio

  13. Siena College Sports: #13 Midwest The men's basketball team has In 2002-2003, won 21 games and advanced to the second round of the NIT-their fourth postseason appearance in five years. The Siena baseball team has won four MAAC Championships since 1995 and advanced to the 1999 NCAA Tournament. Resources: http://sienasaints.cstv.com/ot/sien-history.html www.collegeboard.com Author: Michael Serio Interesting facts: Created by Franciscan Friars Schools: School of Business School of Liberal Arts School of Science

  14. Austin Peay State University Home of the Governors Colors: Red and White Tuition: Undergraduate: In-state tuition (full year): $4,365 Out-of-state tuition (full year): $13,947 Graduate: In-state tuition (full year): $2,290 Out-of-state tuition (full year): $6,072 Demographics: Total enrollment for Fall 2006 was 9,207. Enrollment breakdown is as follows: Number of Undergraduate students: 8,467 Male/Female ratio: 45 : 55 Number of Graduate students: 740 Male/Female ratio: 45 : 55 Minority representation at APSU for Fall 2006 is as follows: American Indian/Alaskan Native: 0.8% Asian/Pacific Islander: 2.4% Black/Non-Hispanic: 17.1% Hispanic/Latino: 4.5% Caucasian: 64.7% Race not reported:10.4%

  15. Athletics The Govs and Lady Govs compete in NCAA Division I as part of the Ohio Valley Conference. The men’s and women’s basketball teams and the men’s golf team went to the NCAA tournament in 2003, and the baseball team won the OVC regular season in 2003, 2004 and 2007 and the OVC Tournament in 2005 and 2007. The men's basketball team completed an undefeated conference season at 16-0 in 2004 and earned a berth in the NIT in 2007. Other sports include tennis, cross-country, and cheerleading for men, and volleyball, tennis, cross-country, softball, indoor/outdoor track, golf, soccer and cheerleading for women.

  16. Bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Austin_Peay_State_University http://www.apsu.edu/ http://www.apwesley.com/ap%20logo%20big.jpg http://cache.viewimages.com/xc/80335263.jpg?v=1&c=ViewImages&k=2&d=17A4AD9FDB9CF1933B836CAF14D5D5C86C70373A03233F485A5397277B4DC33E http://www.apsu.edu/geosciences/web%20pics/main%20pics/AP-Logo.jpg http://www.logoserver.com/college/AustinPeay5.GIF

  17. Belmont UniversityHome of the Bruins

  18. Located in Nashville Tennessee Has about 4800 students Mascot is a Bruin named Bruiser Their colors are navy blue and red Known for their art department Have a well known faculty Large city with a population over 250,000 Belmont University

  19. Private School • A Competitive school • Undergraduate Tuition per semester $10,035 • Very generous with scholarships and financial aid • Rooms and Dorms $7570 a year • Requires about a 3.333 GPA

  20. Belmont University • Seeded 15th • They’re best known for basketball with a record of 516-294 • Have a well known women’s volleyball team, and a well known men’s baseball team • You should go if your interested in performing arts, religion, and business

  21. Fun Facts Has more than 80 clubs Is a Baptist institution Has been rewarded twice for a quality achievement award Is a great place to get to know your spiritual side Belmont University

  22. Bibliography • "Belmont University." State University. 2008. 17 Mar 2008 <http://www.stateuniversity.com/universities/TN/Belmont_University.html>. • "Belmont University." Belmont University. 2008. 17 Mar 2008 <http://www.belmont.edu/prospectivestudents/admissions/undergrad.html>.

  23. General Info: Boston College is one of the oldest Jesuit, Catholic universities in the United States. It has puts helping students achieving the highest academic excellence its top priority.Location: 140 Commonwealth Ave., Chestnut Hill, MA 02467 Town Statistics: Population (Approximate)11,078 people and 76% of the people who are 25 and up have a College Degree Number of Students: 11,481 School Colors: Red & Gold Mascot: Eagle Private College Undergraduate Tuition: currently totals to $35,150 for the year 2007-2008 (does not include room or book costs) Room rate: approx. $6,820 Admission Requirements - students must be able to handle a HIGHLY competitive learning environment -many highly qualified students apply to BC every year, so applicants must understand that they may be put ona waiting list (27% admission for freshman class) -applicantswho have challenged themselves withhonors and Advanced Placement courses and have goodclassroom performance have a better chance of being admitted SAT requirements: Critical Reading 610-710 Math 630-720 Writing 620-710 Total 1910 - 2110 (applicants accepted last year had an average score of 2061 for their SAT score) ACTrequirements: applicants accepted last year had an average scoreof 32 involvement in extra curricular activitiesand other aspects that display leadership qualities of the individual Essay: BC wants todiscuss your ideas and opinions in your essay to better understand who you are, and not paragraphs of your achievements. Boston College

  24. Athletic Info: - 27 varsity teams - All compete at the NCAA Division I level History: Boston College was founded by the Society of Jesus in 1863 and, with 3 teachers and 22 students, opened its doors on September 5, 1864. Originally located on Harrison Avenue in Boston's South End, it was later moved to its current location in Chestnut Hill. Fun Facts -The Organic Chemistry division at BC is ranked 18th nationwide, andBC's Chemistry Department overall ranks 50th. - Nikesh Arora (vice president of Google) graduated from BC - For those of you who live in manga world, thevoice actress for Naruto, Maile Flanagan attended BC as well. • References: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Boston_College_people • http://www.bc.edu • Authors: Lenira Chan (P2) and Nichole Yang (P4) Boston College vs. Maryland Boston College vs. Michigan State Boston College vs. North Dakota Nikesh Arora

  25. Science、bio.、chem.、physics、English、politics、history estimated tuition: about $38230 Other cost:$13000{room,board…….} SAT math score 740 SAT verbal score730 SAT total score 1460 Mascot : BlueDevils Color : blue Faculty:1,667 Undergraduates:6,197 Postgraduates:6,627 Men's basketball the men basketball team has captured three National championships while attending 14 Final Fours and nine Championship games there have 71 players have been chouse in NBA draft. U.S. News & World Report in its 2008 edition, Duke ranked 1st in literary criticism and theory, 5th in ecology and evolutionary biology5th in biomedical engineering tied for 12th for doctoral programs in the sciences, tied for 21st in mathematics, tied for 25th in computer science, tied for 29th in physics, and ranked 38th in chemistry Duke University615 Chapel Drive, Box 90563, Durham, NC 27708-0563

  26. In 1892, Trinity moved to Durham, largely due to generosity from Washington Dukeand Julian S. Carr, powerful and respected Methodists who had grown wealthy through the tobacco industry. Washington Duke gave what was then known as Trinity College a $100,000 endowment in 1896, with the stipulation that the college "open its doors to women, placing them on an equal footing with men." In 1986 the soccer team win the first championship, and the basketball win the championship in 1991,1992 and 2001 References http://zh.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=%E9%A6%96%E9%A1%B5&variant=zh-tw http://www.duke.edu/about.html http://www.ieeuc.com.tw/duke.htm Authors : Brent Ni , Liu Fan 3/17/2008 Per:6 Duke University615 Chapel Drive, Box 90563, Durham, NC 27708-0563

  27. Butler University is a private liberal arts university located in Indianapolis, Indiana Indianapolis population: Approximately 781,870 Number of students: 4,437 School color: Blue/white Mascot: Bulldog Butler was given high acknowledgement for academic quality with an indication on the liberal arts and sciences by national guides Tuition: $38,398 (annual rate) Room and Board: $8,960 Admission Requirements (high school coursework): English - 4 years Mathematics - 3 years Laboratory Science - 3 years Social Studies/History - 2 years Foreign Language - 2 years of the same language Scholarships offered: Freshman Academic Scholarships Departmental Scholarships Morton-Finney Leadership Awards Talent Awards Center for Faith and Vocation Scholarship Admission Data 5,265 applied; 3,987 admitted; 988 enrolled Average high school GPA: 3.7 Test Scores:        SAT critical reading scores over 500 87%        SAT math scores over 500 90%        SAT writing scores over 500 82%        ACT scores over 18 100%        SAT critical reading scores over 600 41%        SAT math scores over 600 49%        SAT writing scores over 600 35%        ACT scores over 24 82%        SAT critical reading scores over 700 7%        SAT math scores over 700 7%        SAT writing scores over 700 4%        ACT scores over 30 23% Butler University

  28. 2006-07 Butler Men's Basketball BUTLER Season Results (as of Mar 24, 2007) All games RECORD: OVERALL/HOME/AWAY/NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (29-7) (13-2) (8-4) (8-1); CONFERENCE.......... (13-3) (7-1) (6-2) (0-0); NON-CONFERENCE...... (16-4) (6-1) (2-2) (8-1) THE STAT CREW SYSTEM BUTLER Season Results (as of Mar 20, 2006) All games RECORD: OVERALL/HOME/AWAY/NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (20-13) (12-1) (5-10) (3-2); CONFERENCE.......... (11-5) (8-0) (3-5) (0-0); NON-CONFERENCE...... (9-8) (4-1) (2-5) (3-2) Butler Season Box Score (as of Mar 02, 2005) All games RECORD: OVERALL/HOME/AWAY/NEUTRAL ALL GAMES........... (13-15) (10-4) (3-9) (0-2) CONFERENCE.......... (7-9) (4-4) (3-5) (0-0) NON-CONFERENCE...... (6-6) (6-0) (0-4) (0-2) Some Majors Biological And Biomedical Sciences: Biology/Biological Sciences Business, Management, Marketing, And Related Support Services: Accounting; Actuarial Science; Finance; International Business/Trade/Commerce; Management Information Systems; Marketing/Marketing Management Health Professions And Related Clinical Sciences: Audiology and Speech-Language Pathology; Communication Disorders; Pharmacy; Physician Assistant Social Sciences: Anthropology; Criminology; Economics; International Relations and Affairs; Political Science and Government; Sociology; Urban Studies/Affairs Visual And Performing Arts: Arts Management; Dance; Dramatic/Theater Arts; Music; Music History, Literature, and Theory; Music Management and Merchandising; Music Performance; Music Theory and Composition; Piano and Organ; Violin, Viola, Guitar and Other Stringed Instruments; Voice and Opera; Wind and Percussion Instruments Fun Facts: The average class size is 21 students. Butler has 291 full time faculty and zero teaching assistants. All of the classes at Butler are taught by professors, not teaching assistants. The student to faculty ratio at Butler University is 12:1. References: http://go.butler.edu/ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Butler_University Butler University Jeffrey Hong 3/18/08 Per. (5)

  29. Butler University • Located in Indianapolis, Indiana. • Population of 781,870. • About 4,400 students enrolled. • 3,900 undergraduates • 500 postgraduates • Capacity of 10,000 students • School colors are blue and white. • Mascot is a bulldog. • High regards for academics. • Ranked 4th in America's Best Colleges 2008 from US News and World Reports. • Specialties include liberal arts and sciences. • Private school • Tuition cost of $38,398 per year.* • Undergraduates pay only $13,035 per semester* *applies to full time enrollment • Room costs vary with selection. • Triple room: $1,740 per semester • Double room: $1,970 per semester • Single room: $2,930 per semester • The Admission Committee takes high school academic achievement, test scores, school report by high school counselor, extracurricular activities, and a personal statement into account for application. • No minimum GPA, rank, or test is required. • Scholarships are offered

  30. Butler University • Conferences Joined: • 1932-1934: Missouri Valley Conference • 1946-1950: Mid-American Conference • 1979-1986: Midwestern Collegiate Conference • 1986-1993: Midwestern Collegiate Conference • 1993-present: Horizon League • Highest record seed is 5th in 2007 • Previous record was 10th in 2001 • Appeared in the NCAA 7 times • '62, 97, '98, '00, '01, '03, and '07 • Best winning percentage and most wins of all Division I’s men’s basketball programs of Indiana. • School also has a strong history in soccer. • Butler’s basketball stadium, Hinkle Fieldhouse, hosted the historical final between the small Milan High School (161 students) and the larger Muncie Central High School (1,600 students) in 1954, where Milan was victorious. • The 1986 movie Hoosiers, based on the Milan Miracle story, featured a scene of the event that was shot in the Hinkle Fieldhouse. • References: • Wikipedia article on Butler University • Butler University homepage • NCAA Wiki article on Butler University • Author(s) • Brandon Nguyen, Period 4

  31. CalStateFullerton GeneralInformation SchoolResearchInformation • Location: Fullerton, California • Number of Students: 36, 091 students • Mascot: Tuffy Titan (an elephant) • School Colors: Navy Blue, Orange, and White • School Faculty: Approximately 1900 full and part-time faculty members • Organized into 9 different “colleges/schools” • Arts, Business & Economics, Communications, Education, Engineering & Computer Science, Health & Human Development, Humanities & Social Sciences, Natural Sciences & Mathematics, and University Extended Education • Town Information: • Population: 126003 • Land Area: 22.2 SQ MI (57.5 km2) • Elevation: 155 ft. • Co-ed Public Research University • Undergraduate tuition: $1069 per semester for undergraduates who are taking six or fewer units and $1651 for undergraduates who are taking seven or more units (In-state). $339 per unit per semester + basic registration fees (Out of State). • Room and Board Costs: Housing fees for the 2007-2008 academic year, double occupancy space (a shared bedroom in a 3 bedroom apartment) was $5,167.00; a bedspace in a 4 bedroom single occupancy apartment was $6,898.00, which includes a $100 security deposit that is refundable once a resident moves out. • Admission Requirements: • • Complete the required A-G courses while in high school including language other than   English; 2 years in the same language (3 years recommended)• Graduate high school with the appropriate GPA• Receive an eligibility index score of 2900 or greater • Scholarships: Nearly $2 million in scholarships and awards is paid annually at Cal State Fullerton

  32. CalStateFullerton Athletic Information: • Men’s programs include NCAADivision 1 baseball (2004, 1995, 1984 and 1979 nationalchampionships), basketball, cross-country, fencing, soccer, track andwrestling. Division 1 women’s sports are basketball, cross-country,fencing, gymnastics (1979 national championship), soccer, softball(1986 national championship), tennis, track and volleyball Basketball History: • Conference: Big West • 06-07 Season Basketball overall record: 20-10 • 06-07 Conference record: 9-5 • 2008 Big West Tournament Champions Other Special Interest Information: • The College of Business and Economics is included in the 2008 edition of Princeton Review’s Best 290 Business Schools. • The Performing Arts Major’s College Guide lists Cal State Fullerton among its “Most Highly Recommended Undergraduate Programs” for drama and musical theater, and among “Noteworthy Programs” for dance. Fun Facts • Notable Alumni include…… • Bruce Bowen , a professional basketball player, who currently plays for the San Antonio Spurs • Damon Allen, a professional Canadian football player, who is an all-time leading passer in professional football history Sources • http://www.fullerton.edu/index.htm • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/California_State_University,_Fullerton Author Ashwin Ramachandran, Period: 3 March 18, 2008

  33. Davidson, North Carolina City population: 8,100 About 20 miles north of Charlotte 1,700 students Colors: red and black Mascot: Mr. Cat In the top 20 colleges for: "Best Overall Academic Experience For Undergraduates," "Professors Get High Marks," "Professors Make Themselves Accessible," and "Their Students Never Stop Studying.“ http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Davidson_College http://www.petersons.com/ugchannel/code/instvc.asp?inunid=6040&sponsor=1 http://www3.davidson.edu/cms/x12.xml Alessia Dorin: Period 3 Vanessa Liu: Period 5 Private liberal arts college Undergraduate tuition: $31,794 Room and board costs: $9,020 Admission requirements: essay or personal statement, high school transcript, 3 letters of recommendation General scholarships may be awarded with additional preferences that include: scholar-athletes, students from specific geographic regions, or students with leadership skills or a significant commitment to service. Competitiveness: Very difficult; 28% of applicants were admitted Davidson College

  34. Head Coach: Bob McKillop Davidson's men's basketball team has competed in 10 NCAA tournaments. Their last NCAA tournament victory was in 1969 vs. St. John's, 79-69, advancing Davidson to the Elite Eight before losing 87-85 to North Carolina in the East Regional Final. In 2006-07, they completed the regular season conference schedule with only one loss and enter the conference tournament as a No. 1 seed, earning a first round bye. MajorsAnthropology, Art, Biology, Center for Interdisciplinary Studies, Chemistry, Classics, Economics, English, French, German, History, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Physics, Political Science, Psychology, Religion, Sociology, Spanish, Theatre MinorsChemistry, Chinese, Economics, French, German, Mathematics, Music, Philosophy, Religion, Russian, Spanish, Theatre FUN FACTS!! Student Faculty Ratio:10:1 Governed by a vital Honor Code First liberal arts college to eliminate loans in financial aid packages History: Founded in 1837 by Presbyterians Students of Color: 14 percent International Students: 4 percent Freshman Cake Race:Freshmen year is a nervous and scary experience for almost every Davidson student. For the incoming class of ‘34 the experience was made even more grueling by a mandatory 1.7 mile race. The race was established by Davidson track Coach Pete Whittle; his goal was to uncover hidden talent in the incoming freshmen class and ask them to come out for the track team The cakes rewarded to the winners are donated by people in the Davidson Community. The race is not simply a competition between runners; it is also a contest to see who can bake the best cake. Davidson College

  35. Jesuit private university Located in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. Was founded in 1789 14148 students School colors blue and gray Mascot Jack the Bulldog Georgetown's libraries hold 2,435,298 items in seven buildings. 16,171 applications and 3,305 admitted for the class of 2011, Georgetown has an overall undergraduate acceptance rate of 20.4 percent The School of Medicine's acceptance rate for the entering class of 2007 was 3.5 percent, for which 10,643 applicants applied and 1,228 were interviewed for the 190 available slots. Georgetown fields 27 varsity teams and 20 club teams.The varsity teams participate in the NCAA’s Division 1. Georgetown

  36. Georgetown faculty conduct research in hundreds of subjects, but have priorities in the fields of religion, ethics, science, public policy, and cancer medicine. Won the NCAA championship in 1984 Seeded 2nd in the Midwest Roman Catholic (Jesuit) The U.S. Civil War greatly affected Georgetown as 1,141 students and alumni enlisted and the Union Army commandeered university buildings Only seven students graduated in 1869, down from over 300 in the previous decade. http://www.wikipedia.org/ Christian Chu P. 5 3-18-08 Georgetown

  37. Gonzaga University

  38. Located in Spokane, Washington • # of undergraduates:4,278 • # of graduates:1,657 • Private:intuition • Mascot:Bulldogs • Undergraduate tuition:$13,060 per semester • Room and board:$1,780 • Admission requirements: • a four year baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution • an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 • satisfactory scores on nationally recognized tests (GRE, GMAT, MAT, TOEFL)

  39. Gonzaga’s tuition is one of the most expensive • Financial aid is provided for undergraduates • Funfacts:Independent Roman Catholic comprehensive, founded 1887 • 67% of applicants were admitted • Average high school GPA 3.63 • “Test scores SAT verbal scores over 500 91%, SAT math scores over 500 91%, ACT scores over 18 100%, SAT verbal scores over 600 47%, SAT math scores over 600 55%, ACT scores over 24 74%, SAT verbal scores over 700 12%, SAT math scores over 700 11%, ACT scores over 30 18%” • Men’s Basketball: • There making their first round of the NCAA tournament • Their 10th straight NCAA Tournament appearance • It was awarded seventh seed

  40. bibliography http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzaga_University http://www.gonzaga.edu/default.asp google.com images

  41. Location: Spokane, Washington Campus: 94buildings, 131 acres College Opened : 1887 Average class size: 22 Motto: Ad Majorem Dei Gloriam(For the greater glory of God) Enrollment: 6,736 Mascot: Spike the Bulldog Nickname: Bulldogs Colors: Blue,White& Red Type: Private Undergraduate Tuition: $26,120/year Room:$3,560 Board: $7,520/year Scholarships & Financial Aid: Presidential, Alumni Association Gonzaga's Law School is one of three law schools in Washington state. Gonzaga University

  42. Players are officially nicknamed the Bulldogs,but often called the Zags Part of the NCAA Division I West Coast Conference basketball games are held in the, McCarthy Athletic Center. Stadium has 6,000 seat arena to showcase In addition to the annual Comcast Battle in Seattle game held at Key Arena in Seattle. Facts: - he university was founded by, Father Joseph Cataldo Gonzaga offers seven men's and seven women's sports at the top level of intercollegiate athletics, References: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gonzaga_University http://www.gonzaga.edu/About/Facts-and-Figures.asp Gonzaga University

  43. Kansas Jayhawks Athletic info: Conference on March 19th #1 seed, taking on #16th seed Other special interests: The science of sounds Spring break: natural history museum, explore sound the hands-on way. Art and design gallery/exhibitions Sunday, Monday, Thursday, and Friday. Fun facts: Students can spend spring break helping out homeless with a spring break school program. Jerry Chen March 18th 2008 per.4

  44. Location: Lawrence, Kansas 30,644 students School colors: Red and Blue Mascot: Jayhawk Specialties: health, architecture and urban planning, business, education, engineering, fine arts, journalism and mass communications, law, medicine, nursing, pharmacy and social welfare. University of Kansas

  45. University of Kansas • Undergraduate Tuition: $7675.50 per semester (Non-resident) • Graduate Tuition: $5175.45 per semester (Non-resident) • Room & Board estimated costs: $3,000 • Public University • Admission Requirements: • Achieve an ACT score of 24 or above or an *SAT score of 1090 or above with a 2.0 cumulative GPA on a 4.0-point scale, or • Earn at least a 2.5 GPA on a 4.0-point scale in the Kansas Board of Regents Curriculum, or • Rank in the top one-third of their high-school class. • Scholarships offered: Freshman Achievement Scholarship , Bob and Marlene Whittaker Leadership Scholarship , Summerfield and Watkins-Berger Scholarships,Endowment Meritorious Scholarship • Low competitiveness

  46. University of Kansas • FACT: James Naismith, Kansas Jayhawks first basketball coach, happens to have invented the game basketball. • FACT: The only college in the WORLD to have the Jayhawk as a mascot • Refrences: • http://www.ku.edu/ • http://kuathletics.cstv.com/sports/m-baskbl/kan-m-baskbl-body.html • Record: 31-3(13-3) • Been in the NCAA Tournament for 18 consecutive years • Were in the NCAA Final Four 2002 and 2003 • This year, FIRST seeding in the Midwest Region • By Kelli Sum Per. 1

  47. MVSU is located Leflore Country School colors are white and green Mascot is Delta Devils Approximately 3,162 students Estimated Costs per year: $3158 (in state), $7375 (out of state), $1542 (room), $1470 (board) Requirements: SAT or ACT, passed at least 15 ½ units of college prep classes, a minimum of 3.2 GPA MVSU

  48. Men’s Basketball has a relatively high win record Currently in the NCAA, MVSU beat Jackson State: 59-58 Coach: James Green Ass. Coach: Mike Smith Special Facts: Majority of the students are black Is the valley of scholars, MVSU has very athletic, talented, and smart students http://www.collegetoolkit.com/Colleges/Overview/Mississippi_Valley_State_University/176044.aspx http://www.mvsu.edu/index.php Austin Ying 3-17-08 Period 1 MVSU

  49. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 3895 students enrolled of 51,598 residents in the town. The university’s colors are Light blue and white with the Strutting Ram as the mascot, Ranked #1 school for health careers in Newsweek. Aprroximately 19,000$ a year for a student out of state in tuition fees, and 8,000$ a year in room and board. It is a public University, admission requirements, scholarships offered, The average GPA was 4.42 of students enrolled and SAT scores averaged 1302.

  50. The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill North Carolina is entering tournament with 32-2 record and has won 26 regular-season ACC championships and 17 ACC tournament Their school of information and Library Science as well as theirAnalytical Chemistry are ranked first in the nation. Nicknamed the “Tar Heels” • References: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/University_of_North_Carolina_at_Chapel_Hill, http://www.unc.edu/ • Stephen Bennett 3/19 p1