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BC: After researching this school I am still very interested in attending. I learned that the campus is a lot larger then I previously thought and, that it is also a much more prestigious then I first thought. The best thing about the school is the colors, and the awesome athletics since they have five national basketball championships. Another great thing is that they beat Michigan State in 2009 to win their fifth national title. My least favorite feature of the school is the competitiveness of admission to the University.

FC: The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill By: Maile Siegfried

1: About the College: - Location: Chapel Hill, NC - Mascot: Tarheel - Student to teacher ratio: 14 to 1 | - Setting: Suburban - Arrange a campus tour by scheduling one, via the school's website, for any weekday.

2: Enrollment: - Number of students who apply: 23,271 - Number of students accepted: 3,960 - Number of students attending: 29,390

3: Pre-Requisites: - Average SAT scores: 1200 - Average GPA: Above 3.75 - Recommended high school courses: 1 elective, 4 english, 2 foreign languages,4 math, 3 science, 1 lab unit, and 2 social studies.

4: Money: - Tuition: $5,922 - Room and board: $9,306 Scholarships: - The Morehead Cain: Full scholarship, must be nominated by high school, apply to Carolina, and be unmarried without children. - The Colonel Robinson: $5,000 per year, must exhibit high academic achievmnet, and potential for leadership.

5: Academics: - U.S. History: prepares you for careers in education, historical research, business, and international commerce. - Psychology: possible careers are law, education, medicine, and business. - Sociology: possible careers are in law enforcement, government, and business. - European Studies: possible careers are in education, business, and government. - Archaeology: Possible careers are in excavation work, education, museums, and business.

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