2: About UNC Charlotte A little about UNC Charlotte is it's located in Charlotte, the largest metropolitan area. Their mascot is the 49ers. Student Teacher Ratio 15:1 It's in a really pretty urban city. Their Campus Tours and Information sessions are held - Fridays at 2pm, and Saturdays at 10am, except for national holidays, campus breaks, and other days when UNC Charlotte is not in session.
3: Tutiion & Fees: $4,153 Books: $1,200 Room and Board: $6,750 Other Expenses: $2,750 Total Cost: $14,853 William D. and Nancy B. Thomas Scholarship for Nursing Approximately $1,900 Award amount per student: $950 Must be a rising junior who has been accepted into the BSN program, a senior BSN student, a RN/BSN student, or an accepted/continuing graduate nursing student First preference given to a resident of Mecklenburg County. Applicants who reside in the following counties also will be considered: Anson, Cabarrus, Catawba, Cleveland, Gaston, Iredell, Lancaster, Lincoln, Rowan, Stanly, Union, and York. | Penny R. Thomas Memorial Scholarship in Nursing 1. A rising junior who has been accepted in to the BSN program, a senior BSN student, a RN/BSN student, or an accepted/continuing graduate nursing student 2. Academic achievement 3. May be awarded to the same or different recipient each year Total amount available to be awarded: Approximately $300 Award amount per student: $300
4: Total Enrollment: 21,519 (17,032 undergraduate Gender Breakdown: 47.5% Male / 52.5% Female 83.6% Full Time/16.4% Part-Time | ghj
5: UNC Charlotte students can tailor their educational experience to meet their needs. Seven professional colleges offer a total of more than 170 undergraduate and graduate programs in a wide range of academic disciplines. Majors: Marketing Management Finance Economics Accounting Requirements:Technical knowledge, concepts, processes, leadership, teamwork, marketing etc.
6: Pre-Requisites Test Scores: -- 25th / 75th Percentile SAT: Critical Reading: 470 / 560 SAT: Math :490 / 590 SAT: Writing: 460 / 550 ACT: Composite: 19 / 24
7: Personal Reflection: I really like UNCC. The campus looks amazing. The majors they have look really interesting to take part in. Even the programs. I heard they have a great nursing program, but after looking at some of the different majors, i might change my mind. My friend's sister use to go here and she said she enjoyed being in the nursing part of the school. I hope it's the right one for me because i really like it alot.
8: Appalachian State University
9: About Appalchian | Located: Boone Mascot: Mountaineers Student teacher ratio: 16:1 -Urban Campus Tours: Campus tours are hosted by the Appalachian Student Ambassadors. Plan to allow approximately two hours for your visit which will include a multi-media presentation highlighting the area, the campus, and our students; a discussion of admission criteria; a walking campus tour; and opportunities to meet with University representatives. Tours are available throughout the year except for holidays and University breaks
10: Academics RN-BSN Program Prelicensure BSN Program Health Care Management Nursing (RN to BSN) Nursing (BSN) Child Development (BS) Requirements: Good with kids, Have your RN. Baccalaureate degree, GPA of 3.5, have to have a nursing license
11: Enrollment: | Students attending: 25,897 Accepted: 5,741 Applied: 15,183
12: Money | Tuition: In the summer, tuition is charged on a per semester hour basis and fewer fees are charged than during the academic year. Tuition charges are based on course level for undergraduate and graduate courses. Courses numbered (0000-4999) are charged at the undergraduate rate; courses numbered (5000 and above) are charged at the graduate rate. The following are in-state and out-of-state rates. In-State Undergraduate - $122.00/cr.hr In-State Graduate - $154.00/cr.hr. Out-of-state Undergraduate - $391.00/cr.hr. Out-of-state Graduate - $441.00/cr.hr.
13: Pre-Requisites | Admission decisions are based on meeting the minimum course requirements (MCR) for North Carolina and a combination of high school achievement and SAT or ACT (including written portion) score. Admission is competitive. Receive more applicants in the Freshman class Average Freshman weighted high school GPA: 3.92 Average Freshman SAT: 1159 (combination of math & verbal) Freshman Enrollment: 2,800
14: My personal reflection: I really like Appalachian State University for many reasons. The weather up there is gorgeous. The scenery on campus is really pretty. A lot of friends and family go to App. They enjoy themselves up there. App doesn't really have a good nursing program, but some of the programs there are really interesting. If i change my mind about becoming a nurse, i wouldn't mind attending ASU.
15: By: Leah Pauley