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My Colleges

My Colleges. By: Zach Riebold. University of Arkansas.

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My Colleges

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  1. My Colleges By: Zach Riebold

  2. University of Arkansas The University of Arkansas has a 410 acre campus in Fayetteville. It is a public, co-ed college. This college has a moderately difficult entrance rate. The cost for room and board is $8,204 with no room available only. The 2012 ranking for Arkansas is 377.

  3. More about Arkansas Arkansas’s mascot is a Razorback. During a game the fans will call the hogs by saying woooooo pig sooie.

  4. University of Missouri The University of Missouri has a 1,250 acre campus in Columbia. I can stay with my aunt and uncle because they live in Columbia. It’s a public, co-ed college. 84% of the student population get accepted per year. It costs $8,643 for room and board with no room available only. The 2012 ranking for Missouri is 106.

  5. More about Missouri Missouri’s mascot is a Tiger. His name is Truman. During a game Missouri Fans will chant M-i-z-z-o-u. Whenever Kansas and Missouri play each other, the Kansas fans will say M-i-z-z-o-boo!

  6. University of Kansas The University of Kansas has a 1,000 acre campus in Lawrence. It’s a public, co-ed college.93% of the students get accepted per year. The cost for room and board is $7,080, while it costs $3,700 for a room with no board. The 2012 ranking for Kansas is 145.

  7. More about Kansas Kansas’s mascot is a Jayhawk. There are two Jayhawks mascots for Kansas that are named Big Jay and Baby Jay. During a game fans will say Rock Chalk Jayhawk! Go KU!

  8. Read my Paper (if you want) http://www.auburnschools.org/ajhs/lmhardee/studentresearch/research-riebold.pdf

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