BC: JWU & ASU | By: Bria Willard
1: Johnson and Whales
2: Johnson and Whales is a great school to attend. Most students attend for the fantastic culinary classes the provide, and some go to skip out of school early. The program that allow high-school students to do that is for the student to skip their senior year and finishing it out at JWU. Well in that process and while you are at JWU you gain a few college credits and the remaining bit of you high-school credits. The student to teacher ratio is 26 students to 1 teacher. Also, It's located in the downtown part of Charlotte so its somewhat easy to get to. To visit JWU just call in advanced and schedule a day to go there to take the tour.
4: Pre-Requisites: SAT Critical Reading: 390 - 520 SAT Math: 410 - 530 SAT Writing: 390 - 520 ACT Composite: Non Listed. SAT & ACT Policies For admission decisions: Required for Some: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT If submitting ACT, the writing section is optional For placement: CLEP Institution SAT Reasoning/ACT score report due by: Not reported SAT Subject score report due by: Not reported SAT score-use policy: Please contact college for information about its use of SAT scores Other test policies: SAT or ACT required for applicants to the honors programs.
5: Money: Living on-campus Living at home Commuting, not living at home In-state tuition and fees: $25,107 $25,107 $25,107 Out-of-state tuition and fees: $25,107 $25,107 $25,107 Room and board: $10,314 $4,500 $4,500 Books and supplies: $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 Estimated personal expenses: Transportation expense: $750 $750 $750 They accept any college Scholarship.
6: The classes I think I would enjoy to take are: 1.)College German- Level 1 2.)Biology 3.)Natural Sciences 4.)English Literature 5.)College Algebra
7: Enrollment: None stated
8: Arkansas state university
9: ASU has a student ratio of 18:1. They provide night classes as well to the students who are not able to go during the day. ASU is the third rated school in the country and was the first public college. ASU freshmen live in the dorms their first year of study and can do what ever they wish to do later. ASU is in Jonesboro, Arkansas. It's in the urban part so there are many stores and places to shop at.
10: Enrollment Information: Percent applicants admitted: 70% Admission requirements: Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT If submitting ACT, the writing section is optional Very important admission factors: Rigor of secondary school record Standardized Test Scores Academic GPA Important admission factors: Class Rank Considered: Recommendations Talent/Ability
11: Money information: Living on-campusLiving at homeCommuting, not living at home In-state tuition and fees:$6,640$6,640$6,640 Out-of-state tuition and fees:$14,860$14,860$14,860 Room and board:$6,544 Books and supplies:$1,000$1,000$1,000 Estimated personal expenses:$3,636$3,636$3,636
12: Scholarship Information: None listed
13: Pre-Requisites: SAT Critical Reading:450 - 5501% SAT Math:480 - 5801% SAT Writing:460 - 5901% ACT Composite:19 - 2591%
14: Majors/Careers: Plant Sciences Biology History - General Wildlife/Wilderness Management Philosophy
15: Personal Reflection: ASU is a good school. It majors in nothing specific and I find is good for engineering and things of that sort. ASU has lots of history, which I love about a school which is to learn what ASU has to offer, and that's what any school offers. ASU is very disciplined and free flowing school.