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					      2011 RACC
Breakfast & Lunch Series




      www.regionaladmissions.com
  REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF                                        REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF
             CALIFORNIA                                                              CALIFORNIA
    RACC
                                                                            RACC
   Member       Representative                   Contact Info
                                                                           Member        Representative                 Contact Info
   School
                                                                           School
American                               S700 N. Colorado Blvd., #502
                Eleanor Minick                                          Columbia         Amy Mitchell          6255 Sunset Blvd. Suite 830
University of                          Denver, Colorado 80206
                Senior Admission
                                       p- 303.803.7137
                                                                        College          Undergraduate         Los Angeles, CA 90028
Paris           Counselor                                                                Admission             p- 323.469.0914
                                       eminick@aup.fr                   Chicago
Paris, France                                                                            Counselor             amitchell@colum.edu
                                                                        Chicago, IL
                Brad Baertsch                                           Culinary                               P.O. Box 189
Arizona         Coord. Sr.                                              Institute of     Jamie Dolan           Veradale, WA 99037
State                                  PO Box 870112                                     Northwest             p- 509.928.7989
                National                                                America
                                       Tempe, AZ 85287                                   Regional              800.275.7688x11
University      Recruitment/
                                       p- 415.860.4399                  Hyde Park,       Admission Officer     f- 509.924.1571
Tempe,          Northern CA
                                       Brad.Baertsch@asu.edu            NY                                     J_Dolan@culinary.edu
                Representative
Arizona
                                                                        Drexel           Teri Ann Matsuda,     3141 Chestnut St.
                                                                        University       West Coast            Philadelphia, PA 19104
Arizona         Jon Bernstein                                           Philadelphia     Regional              p-888.6.DREXEL
State                                  PO Box 870112                                     Representative        teriann@drexel.edu
                Greater San                                             PA
                                       Tempe, AZ 85287
University      Diego/ Orange
                                       p- 415.860.4399
                County Area                                                                                    P.O. Box 3003
Tempe,                                 jonathan.bernstein@asu.edu       Franklin and                           Lancaster, PA 17604-3003
                Representative                                                           Jessica E. Butler
Arizona                                                                 Marshall                               p- 877.678.9111
                                                                                         Assistant Dean of     p- 310.734.7051
Arizona                                                                 College          Admission             jessica.butler@fandm.edu
State           Tony Aguilar           PO Box 870112                    Lancaster, PA
                Greater Los            Tempe, AZ 85287
University      Angeles Area           p- 415.860.4399
Tempe,          Representative         anthony.e.aguilar@asu.edu        George
Arizona                                                                 Washington       TBA
Arizona                                                                 University
                                    PO Box 870112                       Washington, DC
State           Diane Orellana
                                    Tempe, AZ 85287
University      California Transfer
                                    p- 415.860.4399
                                                                                                               3178 E. La Palma Ave.
Tempe,          Admissions                                              Gordon           Sarah Mouw            Anaheim, CA 92806
                                    diane.orellana@asu.edu                               Regional              p-714.791.5025
Arizona                                                                 College          Development           866.464.6736
                                                                        Wenham, MA       Manager               f-978.867.4682
Arizona                                                                                                        sarah.murphy@gordon.edu
State           Matt Engel             PO Box 870112
University
                Assistant Director     Tempe, AZ 85287                  Grand            Andrew Merideth       3300 W. Camelback Rd.,
                of Transfer            p- 415.860.4399                  Canyon           Ground                Phoenix, AZ 85107
Tempe,          Admissions             matthew.engel@asu.edu
                                                                        University       Admissions            p-866.829.6601
Arizona                                                                                  Manager               amerideth@gcu.edu
                                                                        Phoenix, AZ
AustraLearn                         12050 North Pecos St, Ste 320
Australia,      Natalie Kersten                                         Grand                                  3300 W. Camelback Rd.,
                                    Westminster, CO 80234                                Emily Baldwin
New Zealand
                Senior Coordinator,
                                    p-800.980.0033x122                  Canyon                                 Phoenix, AZ 85107
                Outreach and                                                             Admission
                                    f- 303.446.5955                     University                             p-866.829.6601
and the South   Student Services
                                    nkersten@australearn.org
                                                                                         Counselor
                                                                                                               ebaldwin@gcu.edu
Pacific                                                                 Phoenix, AZ
Bennington                             One College Drive,               Grand            Kristen Cavalieri     3300 W. Camelback Rd.,
                Christine
College         Osmulski
                                       Bennington VT 05201              Canyon           San Diego Area        Phoenix, AZ 85107
                                       p-802.440.4312 or 800.833.6845   University       Admission             p-866.829.6601
Bennington,     Associate Director
                                       cosmulski@bennington.edu                          Counselor             kcavieri@gcu.edu
VT
                of Admissions
                                       lgersick@bennington.edu          Phoenix, AZ
                                                                                                               650 Bercut Drive Suite C
Bentley         Amy Calvert            20929 Ventura Blvd. Ste 47-281   Hastings                               Sacramento, CA 95811
                                                                                         Kyle Smith
                Regional Director of   Woodland Hills, CA 91364                                                w- 916.600.2481 p-
University      West Coast             Ph: 818-321-5541                 College          Admission
                                                                                                               308.870.0098
Waltham, MA     Admission              acalvert@bentley.edu             Hastings, NE     Counselor
                                                                                                               kysmith@hastings.edu


Brandeis        Martin Vaughn          #216                             Hawaii           Ed Devine             6169 Redbrook Rd.,
                Associate Director     6161 El Cajon Blvd., Suite B                      Mainland Director-
University      of Admission           San Diego, CA 92115
                                                                        Pacific                                San Diego, CA 92117
                                                                                         Southern California   p- 800.869.0553 f- 858.292.7238
Waltham, MA     (Western States)       mvaughn@brandeis.edu             University
                                                                                                               edevine@hpu.edu
                                                                        Honolulu, HI
  REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF                                            REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF
             CALIFORNIA                                                                  CALIFORNIA
    RACC
   Member       Representative                   Contact Info                   RACC
   School                                                                      Member        Representative                Contact Info
                                                                               School
Hawaii                                  1325 Howe Avenue Suite 214
                Kimberly Burton      Sacramento, CA 95825                   Mesa State                             1100 North Avenue
Pacific                                                                                      Bryce Newell
                Associate Director - p- 866.343.3434                        College                                Grand Junction, CO 81501
University      Northern California f- 916.421-3436                                          Admission
                                                                                                                   p- 970.270.9769
                                                                            Colorado         Recruiter, California
Honolulu, HI                            kburton@hpu.edu                                                            bnewell@mesastate.edu
                                                                            Springs, CO
                Colleen                                                                      Linda Dannenmiller
Hillsdale                               3021 N.W. 64th Street               Miami                                 301 South Campus Avenue
                McGinness                                                                    West Coast
                                        Seattle, WA 98107                                                         Oxford, OH 45056
College         Assistant Director of
                                        p-206.380.0791                      University       Regional
                                                                                                                  p- 888.766.6061
                Admissions, West                                                             Recruitment
Hillsdale, MI   Region
                                        colleen.mcginness@hillsdale.edu     Oxford, Ohio                          linda.dannenmiller@muohio.edu
                                                                                             Coordinator

Johnson and                                                                 Michigan
                                        7150 Montview Boulevard             State            Daniel E. Seidman    2440 Glenneyre Street
Wales       Jody Levratto                                                                    CA Outreach          Laguna Beach, CA 92651
                                        Denver, CO 80220                    University
University  Central California
                                        p- 619.459.5066                                      Admissions           p- 909.380.4876
Providence,                             michael.taylor@jwu.edu
                                                                            E. Lansing,      Representative       seidman@msu.edu
RI                                                                          MI
                                                                            Milwaukee        Melissa Covert       1025 N. Broadway
Johnson and                                                                                  Assistant Director   Milwaukee, WI
Wales           Michael Taylor          7150 Montview Boulevard             School of
                Admission               Denver, CO 80220                                     West Coast           p- 559.759.4450
University                                                                  Engineering      Recruitment          covert@msoe.edu
                Representative          p- 619.459.5066
Providence,     Southern CA             michael.taylor@jwu.edu                               Stephanie            395 S. Highway 65, Ste A #132
RI                                                                          Northeastern     Ranslow              Lincoln, CA 95648
                                                                            University       Northern, CA         p- 916.543.6312 b
Johnson and                                                                 Boston, MA                            f- 916.543.6312
Wales           Minh Dang               7150 Montview Boulevard                                                   s.ranslow@neu.edu
                Admission               Denver, CO 80220
University      Representative          p- 619.459.5066                     Northeastern
Providence,                                                                              Gregg Murray             p- 858.412.4776
                Southern CA             minh.dang@jwu.edu                   University   Southern, CA             g.murray@neu.edu
RI                                                                          Boston, MA
Lake Forest                             555 N. Sheridan Road                Oklahoma
                Jennifer Motzer
College         Associate Director
                                        Lake Forest, IL 60045               City             Tracee Duerson       2501 Blackwelder
Lake Forest,                            p-847.735.5016                                       Regional             Oklahoma City, OK 73106
                of Admissions
                                        jmotzer@lakeforest.edu              University       Recruitment          p- 805. 234.7277
IL                                                                          Oklahoma         Coordinator          tkduerson@okcu.edu
                                                                            City, OK
Lawrence        Andrea J.               711 E Boldt Way
                Hendrickson             Appleton, WI 54911                                   Karly Nelson-
University      Assistant Director of   p-503.206.7776                      Oregon State Aparicio                 PO Box 471985
Appleton, WI                                                                                                      San Francisco, CA 94147
                Admission               andrea.j.hendrickson@lawrence.edu   University    Northern CA
                                                                                                                  p- 415.694.3919
                                                                            Corvallis, OR Regional                karly.nelson@oregonstate.edu
                                                                                             Admission Advisor
Loyola
                Tara Mahoney          1032 W Sheridan Rd                    Oregon State     Allie Sevall
University      Assistant Director of Chicago, IL 60660                                      Southern CA,      p- 714.686.4415
Chicago         Admissions            p-866.895.7790
                                                                            University       Regional          allie@oregonstate.edu
Chicago, IL                           tmahoney2@luc.edu                     Corvallis, OR    Admission Advisor
                                                                                             Mary Turbeville
                                                                            Regis                                 3333 Regis Blvd., A12
Loyola                                  6363 St. Charles Avenue                              Asst Director of
                Michael Decker                                                                                    Denver, CO 80221-1099
University                              Campus Box 18                       University       Admission (CA
                                                                                                                  p: 619.519.5007
                Associate Director                                                           Regional
New Orleans     of Admissions
                                        New Orleans, LA 70118               Denver, CO       Representative)
                                                                                                                  mturbevi@regis.edu
                                        p-619.487.1056 or
                Western Regional
New Orleans,    Representative
                                        504.865.3240                        Sam
LA                                      mmdecker@loyno.edu
                                                                            Houston                               25137B Renaissance Avenue
                                                                            State            Elisa Parker
                                                                                                                  San Diego, CA 92122
Maryville       Jessica Shasserre                                           University                            p-858.337.4631
                                      650 Maryville University Drive                                              esp003@SHSU.edu
University      Assistant Director of
                                      Saint Louis, MO 63141                 Huntsville,
Saint Louis,    Admissions                                                  Texas
                                      jshasserre@maryville.edu
                Western Region
MO                                                                          Sarah                                 1835 SW Elizabeth St.
                                                                                             Thomas C. Marlitt
                                                                            Lawrence         Director of West
                                                                                                                  Portland OR 97201
                                                                            College                               p- 503.320.2648
                                                                                             Coast Admission
                                                                                                                  tmarlitt@sarahlawrence.edu
                                                                            Bronxville, NY
 REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF                                         REGIONAL ADMISSION COUNSELORS OF
            CALIFORNIA                                                               CALIFORNIA
   RACC                                                                     RACC
  Member        Representative                 Contact Info                Member        Representative                    Contact Info
  School                                                                   School
Savannah                            218 Jean Drive
College of      Dominique Farrar                                         University of
                                    Santa Rosa, CA 95405                                 Vanessa Ea              Folsom, CA
Art & Design
                Senior Admission
                                    p-800.869.7223                       Colorado        Admission               c: 916.477.9117
                Representative, Far
Savannah,       West Territory
                                    c-912.257.0379                       Colorado        Counselor               vea@uccs.edu
                                    dfarrar@scad.edu                     Springs, CO
GA
Seton Hall      Ariana Leon           400 South Orange Avenue            University of   Carmen Coleman
University      West Coast            South Orange, NJ 07079                             Senior Coordinator,     1664 North Virginia Street
                Regional Assistant    p- 310.855.3756
                                                                         Nevada,         Regional                Reno, Nevada
South           Director of           f- 877.766.6505                    Reno            Admissions and          p: 510.393.4411
Orange, NJ      Admission             Ariana.Leon@shu.edu                Reno, NV        Recruitment             carmenc@unr.edu

Southern                             31855 Date Palm Drive, Ste 3-#422
Methodist       Rick Diaz                                                University of                           371 Nevada Avenue
                                     Cathedral City, CA 92234                            Gary K. Bednorz
                Regional Director of                                     New Mexico                              Ventura, CA 93004
University                           p- 562-439-9601                                     Program Specialist
                Admissions                                                                                       p: 505934.0283
Dallas, TX
                                     rdiaz@smu.edu                       Albuquerque,
                                                                                                                 garyb@unm.edu
                                                                         NM
Stonehill                             32258 Woodside Lane#5
                Pat O'Brien
                                      Sacramento, CA 95825
College         Admission
                                      p- 916.929.1973                    University of   Kimberly Cragg
                Counselor                                                                                   PO Box 270251
Easton, MA                            patob313@att.net                   Rochester       Regional Admission
                                                                                                            Rochester, NY 14627
                                                                                         Counselor - West
                Claudia Gonzales                                         Rochester,                         p:585.275.3221
                                      11400 Olympic Blvd., Suite 200                     Coast
                Director of                                                                                 kimberly.cragg@rochester.edu
Syracuse                              Los Angeles, CA 90064              NY
                Metropolitan
University      Admission
                                      p-310.312.9530
                                      f- 310.445.8804                    University of
Syracuse, NY    Programs, Los
                                      clgonzal@syr.edu
                Angeles                                                  South           Rachel Hartley
                                                                                                                 Office of Undergraduate Admissions
                                                                         Carolina                                902 Sumter Street Access/Lieber
                                                                                         Senior Regional
Texas                                                                                    Admissions
                                                                                                                 Col Columbia, SC 29208
                Betsey Fuller
                                     1370 Trancas St., #252              Columbia,                               310-903-9182
Christian                            Napa, CA 94558                                      Representative
                Hayes                                                    South                                   hartlerr@mailbox.sc.edu
University      Regional Director of
                                     p-916.419.3234
                                     f- 916.285.7713                     Carolina
Fort Worth,     Admission
                                     b.hayes@tcu.edu
TX                                                                       University of   Timothy Ford            PO Box 74840
                                                                         the Arts        Regional Admission      Los Ángeles, CA 90004
                                                                                         Counselor - West        c: 213.380.1693
University of   Scott Mackey
                                                                         Philadelphia,   Coast                   f: 213.388.3278
Alabama                               Sacramento                         Pennsylvania                            tford@uarts.edu
                Northern CA
                                      p-916.204.1531
Tuscaloosa,     Gwenn Gass
                Southern CA
                                      scott.mackey@ua.edu                University of
Alabama                                                                  Washington,                             P18115 Campus Way NE
                                                                                         David R. Bush
                                                                                                                 Bothell, WA 98011-8246
                                                                         Bothell         Admission Advisor
                                                                                                                 p: 206.452.9306
University of                                                            Bothell,                                dbush@uwb.edu
Alabama       Gwenn Gass              p-619.792.9731                     Washington
Tuscaloosa, Southern CA               gwen.gass@ua.edu
                                                                         Whitman         Philip "PJ"             2202 South Figueroa Street, #736
Alabama                                                                                  Petrone                 Los Angeles, CA 90007
                                                                         College         Assistant Director of   P: 213-605-2878
University of   Naomi                 164 Robles Drive #144              Walla Walla,    Admissions              F: 213-764-0009
Arizona         Schoenholz            Vallejo, CA 94591                  Washington                              petronpj@whitman.edu
                Assistant Director,   p- 888.566.CATS
Tucson,         Nonresident           f- 707. 643.0646                   William                                 One University Avenue
                                                                                         Amanda Booth
Arizona         Recruitment           naomis@arizona.edu                 Woods           Regional
                                                                                                                 Fulton, MO 65251
                                                                                                                 p:573.592.4238
Kay Bell     Kay Bell                                                    University      Recruitment
                                                                                                                 f::573.592.1146
                                                                                         Counselor
San          San Diego/Orange 8941 Gullo Avenue                          Fulton,                                 C:573.220-6227
             County Recruiter Arleta, CA 91330                           Missouri                                amanda.booth@williamwoods.edu
Diego/Orange                  p-(888)566- CATS
County                        gilg@email.arizona.edu                     Xavier
                                                                                         Rae-Ann Mena
                                                                                                                 3800 Victory Parkway
                                                                                         Regional
Recruiter                                                                University      Recruitment
                                                                                                                 Cincinnati, OH 45207-5311
                                                                                                                 p:303.346.2576
University of   Gilbert Gastelum      1444 Caminito Septimo              Cincinnati,     Director, Western
                                                                                                                 f: 303.346.2578
                Director of           Cardiff, CA 92007                                  Region
Arizona                                                                  Ohio                                    menar@xavier.edu
                Recruitment -         p-760.846.6416
Tucson,         Southern              f- 865.548.8769
Arizona         California            kbell@email.arizona.edu
American University of Paris
6, rue du Colonel Combes, 75007 Paris

FRANCE


Phone: (303) 803-7137
Fax: 011 33 1 40.62.07.20
Website: www.aup.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@aup.edu

*Representative: Eleanor Minick, Senior Admissions Counselor
Phone: (303) 803-7137
Email: eminick@aup.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 850
Average class size: 15
Student – Faculty Ratio: 16:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: 1100 (CR+M); 26 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: March 15th                 Transfer: Average GPA 3.0, apply with any
Rolling Admissions                                          number of credits/units but can only transfer in a
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: none                        max of 64
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: 25,372 euros                      Transfer App Deadline: March 15th
2010-2011 Room & Board: 10,728 euros                        Transfer Scholarship: Yes, based on GPA
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: N/A

AUP is a private, English-speaking university located in the seventh arrondissement of Paris on the Left Bank,
near the Eiffel Tower and the Seine. The university is accredited in the US and offers an American style Liberal
Arts curriculum in 17 majors and 33 minors. AUP is a Title IV school and participates in the Federal Student
Aid Program. Our most popular and strongest majors are: International and Comparative Politics, Global
Communications, Art History, French Studies and International Business Administration.

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Arizona State University
Undergraduate Admissions
Arizona State University
PO Box 870112
Tempe, AZ 85287-0112

Phone: (480) 965 7788
Fax: (480) 965-3610
Web site: http://students.asu.edu/admission/freshman
Admissions Email:

*Northern California: Brad Baertsch, Assistant Director
Phone: (415) 860-4399
Email: brad.baertsch@asu.edu
*Greater Los Angeles: Tony Aguilar, Coordinator
Phone: (818)849-8910
Email: anthony.e.aguilar@asu.edu
*Greater San Diego/Orange County: Jon Bernstein, Coordinator
Phone: (760) 936-6373
Email: jon.bernstein@asu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 56,562
Average class size:
Student – Faculty Ratio:
Mid 50% GPA: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: 1100 (CR=M); 23.6 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: March 1st                Transfer: Minimum of 24 units, with a 2.5
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1st              GPA. http://transfer.asu.edu/
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $21,000 (approx)                Transfer App Deadline: Summer and Fall
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,700 (approx)                   admissions: May 1; Spring admissions: December 1
Academic Scholarships:                                    Transfer Scholarships: Yes: Criteria varies
http://students.asu.edu/scholarships                      (including Transfer Merit Scholarships).
                                                          http://students.asu.edu/scholarships

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Pac-10
Arizona State University is a creating a new model for American higher education, an unprecedented
combination of academic excellence, entrepreneurial energy and broad access. This New American University
is a single, unified institution comprising four differentiated campuses positively impacting the economic,
social, cultural and environmental health of the communities it serves. Its research is inspired by real world
application, blurring the boundaries that traditionally separate academic disciplines. ASU champions
intellectual and cultural diversity, and welcomes students from all fifty states and more than one hundred
nations across the globe.
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Bennington College
One College Drive, Bennington, VT 05201

Phone: (802) 440-4312
Toll-free: (800) 833-6845
Fax: (802) 440-4320
Website: www.bennington.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@bennington.edu

*Representative: Christine Osmulski, Associate Director of Admission
                  Lauren Gersick, Associate Director of Admission
Phone: (802) 440-4312
Email: cosmulski@bennington.edu
       lgersick@bennington.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 675
Average class size: 13
Student – Faculty Ratio: 9:1
Mid 50% GPA: A- or numerical equivalent
Mid SAT/ACT: N/A

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer: Any student who has graduated high
Early Decision: November 15                                 school and enrolled in accredited institution.
Early Action: December 1                                    http://www.bennington.edu/go/admissions/transfer-
Regular Decision: January 3                                 students
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: N/A. Need based             Transfer App Deadline: March 15 priority fall
financial aid please see website.                           entrance; November 1 spring entrance.
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $ 40,280                          Transfer Scholarship: Yes, need- and merit-based.
2010-2011 Room & Board: $ 12,500
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: N/A League: N/A

The principle of learning by practice underlies every major feature of a Bennington College education: the
teacher-practitioner model of teaching; the requirement that students direct the course of their own education;
the winter Field Work Term, which gives students work experience and connects them to the greater
community.
The College's commitment to learning across the disciplines extends to the faculty, who teach what is
uppermost in their minds, exploring new pursuits as well as ongoing areas of study and work. Bennington is
grounded in the conviction that as a college education develops students' professional capacities, it should also
prepare them to be deeply thoughtful and actively engaged citizens of the world.
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Bentley University
175 Forest Street
Waltham, MA 02452

Phone: (781) 891-2244
Toll-free: (800) 523-2354
Fax: (781)891-3414
Web site: www.bentley.edu
Admissions Email: ugadmission@bentley.edu

*Representative: Amy Calvert, Regional Director of West Coast Admission
Phone: (818) 312-5541
Email: acalvert@bentley.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 4,000
Average class size: 25
Student – Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: 1780-1930

Fall 2011 Freshmen APP Deadline:                           Transfer: Students with a high school diploma
Early Decision: November 1                                 or GED credential who have completed, or are
Early Action: November 15                                  enrolled in, at least one semester of full-time study
Regular Decision: January 15                               at a college or university is eligible to apply as a
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: NA                         transfer student. Please refer to website for
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $37,058                          additional details.
2010-2011 Room & Board: $12,180                            Transfer App Deadline: April 15 (for September
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                 enrollment) & November 1 (for January enrollment)
                                                           Transfer Scholarship: Need-based aid is available.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I & II League: Northeast 10 & Atlantic Hockey Association

Bentley University, located in beautiful Waltham, MA, enrolls 4,000 undergraduates and offers a 1:12 faculty to
student ratio. A leader in business education, Bentley blends the breadth and technological strength of a
university with the core values and student focus of a close-knit campus. Our curriculum combines business
study with a solid foundation in the arts and sciences. Courses across the curriculum also emphasize ethics and
social responsibility which further prepares graduates for making a positive impact on an ever-changing world.
Students enjoy a vibrant campus full of athletic, social, and cultural opportunities. Boston, just 10 miles from
campus, and Cambridge, a short trip on Bentley’s free shuttle, provide vast resources for internships, job
opportunities, cultural events, and social life.
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Brandeis University
Office of Admissions
415 South Street
Waltham, MA 02454

Phone: (781) 736-3500
Toll-free: (800) 622-0622
Fax: (781) 736-3536
Web site: www.brandeis.edu/admissions
Admissions Email: admissions@brandeis.edu

*Representative: Martin Vaughn
Phone: (619) 269-5197
Email: mvaughn@brandeis.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 3,200
Average class size: 17
Student – Faculty Ratio: 8:1
Mid 50% GPA: NA
Mid SAT/ACT: 1930-2130; 28-32 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer:
Early Decision I: November 15                               http://www.brandeis.edu/admissions/applying/transfer.html
Early Decision II: January 1                                Transfer App Deadline: April 1, 2011, Priority
Regular Decision: January 15                                Review - March 15, 2011.
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15                  Transfer Scholarship: N/A
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $38,994
2010-2011 Room & Board: $11,374
Academic Scholarships: Yes


Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: University Athletic Association (UAA)

Brandeis University blends the better of two worlds: the breadth of a world-class research university and the
intimacy of a liberal arts college. Successful students at Brandeis are self-motivated, curious and open to
exploration; committed to diversity and social justice, and take responsibility for their personal, social and
intellectual choices.

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Columbia College Chicago
600 S. Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60605

Phone: (312) 369-7130
Toll-free: (877) 926-5862
Fax: (312) 369-8024
Web site: www.colum.edu
Admissions Email: admission@colum.edu

*Representative: Amy Mitchell, West Coast Regional Admissions Counselor
Phone: (323) 469-0914
Email: amitchell@colum.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 12,464
Average class size: <20
Student – Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Mid 50% GPA: NA
Mid SAT/ACT: NA

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer: Holistic review, apply with any number
Rolling Admission                                           of units/credits
Priority Deadline: May 1                                    Transfer App Deadline: Rolling, priority a month
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 15                 prior to semester
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $19,140                           Transfer Scholarships: Yes, with 3.0 and portfolio
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,000-$14,000
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NA League: NA

Columbia College Chicago is the nation’s largest and most diverse private arts college. Located in downtown
Chicago’s vibrant South Loop neighborhood, Columbia is a non-profit creative academic community that takes
a practical approach to arts education. Columbia's programs in the visual, performing, and media arts are firmly
rooted in a rigorous liberal arts and sciences curriculum, which provides students with the essential context in
which to practice their craft, develop their voice, and launch a sustainable career.

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The Culinary Institute of America
1946 Campus Drive
Hyde Park, NY 12538-1499

Toll-free: 1-800-CULINARY
Fax: (845) 451-1068
Web site: www.ciachef.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@culinary.edu

*Representative: Jamie Dolan, Northwest Regional Admissions Officer
Email: J_Dolan@culinary.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,700
Student – Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Mid 50% GPA: NA
Mid SAT/ACT: NA

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: NA                        Transfer: NA
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: September 1                Transfer App Deadline: NA
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $28,085                          Transfer Scholarship: NA
2010-2011 Room & Board: $2,185-$3,485
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: Club Sports League: NA

Founded in 1946, The Culinary Institute of America is a private, non-for-profit college dedicated to providing
the world's best professional culinary education. Offering fully accredited Bachelors and Associates degrees in
Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry Arts, and Management. The CIA is regarded as the World’s Premier Culinary
College. For further information please contact our website at www.ciachef.edu/admissions/about/

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Drexel University
3141 Chestnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104

Toll-free: 800-2-DREXEL
Fax: (215) 895-1285
Web site: www.drexel.edu
Admissions Email: enroll@drexel.edu

*Representative: Teri Ann Matsuda, West Coast Regional Representative
Phone: 888-6-DREXEL
Email: teriann@drexel.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 13,980
Average class size: 18
Student – Faculty Ratio: 10:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: 1200 (M+CR); 27 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer: Transfer with a minimum of 24 credits;
Regular Decision for Westphal College of Media              Minimum GPA 2.5 – 3.2 depending on major
Arts & Design only: February 1                              www.drexel.edu/undergrad/about/transfer/
Regular Decision: Rolling Admission                         Transfer App Deadline: Fall deadline: August
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15                  15th, except Radiologic Technology February 1st
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $33,030 (3 co-ops);               and Nursing March 1st. Winter deadline: November
$40,130 (1 co-op/no co-op)                                  15th. Spring deadline: February 15th
2010-2011 Room & Board: $13,125                             Transfer Scholarships: Yes. Above 3.2 GPA and
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                  PTK

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Colonial Athletic Association

Drexel University offers over 70 undergraduate majors, a cutting-edge technological environment, and Drexel
Co-op, in where students alternate periods of classroom study with periods of full-time professional experience.
Students are able to gain up to 18-months of work experience before graduation. Drexel’s academic choices
cover a range of subjects which include engineering, information systems, health sciences, media arts and
design, business, education, the humanities, and the sciences. Accelerated degrees are offered in Masters, MD,
JD and PhD options to incoming freshman. Campus housing is available.

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Franklin & Marshall College
PO Box 3003
Lancaster, PA 17604-3003

Phone: (717) 291-3951
Toll-free: (877) 678-9111
Fax: (717) 291-4389

Website: www.fandm.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@fandm.edu

*Representative: Jessica E. Butler, Assistant Dean of Admission, West Coast Regional Office
Phone: 310.734.7051
Email: jessica.butler@fandm.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,200
Average class size: 19
Student – Faculty Ratio: 10:1
Mid 50% GPA: unpublished, holistic review system
Mid SAT/ACT: 1306; 29

Fall 2011 Freshmen APP Deadline:                                  Transfer: A GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) is
Early Decision I: November 15th                                   recommended; successful completion of college-
Early Decision II: January 15th                                   level course work in a liberal arts curriculum,
Regular Decision: February 1st                                    faculty endorsements, HS record, and standardized
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $41,090 per year                        test results; student’s engagement in student or
2010-2011 Room & Board: $11,000* per year                         community life - quality of participation, level of
(depending on choice of meal plan/room type)                      commitment, special talents, honors received, and
Academic Scholarships: No                                         leadership roles held.
                                                                  Transfer App Deadline: Fall Term, May 15th;
                                                                  Spring term, December 1st
                                                                  Transfer Scholarship: None; Limited amount of
                                                                  financial aid available for transfer students.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: Centennial Conference

Franklin & Marshall College was established in 1787 with a gift of 200 British pounds from Benjamin Franklin, and is
located in historic Lancaster, PA; a dynamic city with a thriving arts scene and wonderful restaurants, cafés and
boutiques. Students interested in expanding their learning opportunities through research receive more than $500,000 in
grants every year. They seek to learn by doing, not by listening and watching. More than two-thirds of students conduct
research each year with members of the faculty. All students are lifelong members of a College House, four distinct hubs
of academic, extracurricular and social engagement in a residential setting. Guided by faculty dons and administrative
prefects, students govern their houses, develop leadership skills, and create their own social and intellectual programs. At
F&M your opportunities are truly unlimited!
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Gordon College
255 Grapevine Road
Wenham, MA 01982

Phone: (714) 791-5025
Toll-free: (866) 464-6736
Fax: (978) 867-4682
Web site: www.gordon.edu
Admissions Email: NA

*Representative: Sarah Mouw
Email: sarah.mouw@gordon.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,600
Average class size: 20
Student – Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.6
Mid SAT/ACT: 1600-1930

Fall 2011 Application Deadline:
Early Decision (binding): November 1
Early Action: December 1
Regular Decision: March 1
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1
2009-2010 Tuition & Fees: $27,152
2009-2010 Room & Board: $7,720
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: Commonwealth Coast Conference

Founded in 1889, Gordon College is among the top Christian colleges in the nation and the only
nondenominational Christian College in New England located only 25 miles north of Boston. Gordon is
committed to excellence in liberal arts education, spiritual development and academic freedom informed by a
framework of faith.

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Grand Canyon University
3300 Camelback Rd. Phoenix, AZ 85017

Phone: (800) 800 9976
Toll-free: (866) 829-6601
Website: www.gcu.edu
Admissions Email: Emily.baldwin@gcu.edu

*Representative; Emily Baldwin, Southern California Admissions Counselor
Phone: (866) 829-6601
Email: emily.baldwin@gcu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,300
Average class size: 18
Student – Faculty Ratio: 25:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.2
Mid SAT/ACT: Minimum 920 SAT; Minimum 19 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Transfer students need to maintain at
Rolling Admissions                                         least a 3.0 G.P.A. for early admissions and
Early Decision: N/A                                        scholarship consideration, and a 2.75 G.P.A for
Early Action: N/A                                          student admissions.
Regular Decision: N/A                                      Transfer App Deadline: May 1 for Fall,
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: August 2011                November 1 for Spring
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: ~ $16,500 tuition                Transfer Scholarship: Yes, based on GPA
2010-2011 Room & Board: ~ $3,500/yr
Academic Scholarships: Yes/No

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Pacific West Coast

Founded in 1949, Grand Canyon University is Arizona's private university. The prestigious Christian university
is regionally accredited and is recognized as offering some of the best online education programs in the nation
by noteworthy sources including Fortune Small Business, Technology & Learning Magazine, Online Education
Database (OEDb), and more. Grand Canyon University offers online and campus-based bachelor's, master's and
doctoral degree programs through the Ken Blanchard College of Business, College of Education, College of
Nursing and Health Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, College of Doctoral Studies and College of Fine Arts and
Production. GCU emphasizes individual attention for both traditional undergraduate students as well as the
working professional.

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Hawai'i Pacific University
1164 Bishop Street
Admission Office Suite 200
Honolulu, Hawai’i 96813

Phone: (866) 225-5478 HI campus phone
Fax: (808) 544-1136
Web site: www.hpu.edu
Admissions Email: admission@hpu.edu

*Representative: Ed Devine, Mainland Director -Southern California
Phone: (800) 869-0553 Southern California Office
Email: edevine@hpu.edu

*Representative: Kimberly Burton, Associate Director - Northern California
Phone: (866) 343-3434 Northern California Office
Email: kburton@hpu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 5,000
Average class size: 20
Student – Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.3
Mid SAT/ACT: M 560, V 520, WR 560; 23 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: Rolling                  Transfer: Avg GPA 3.0, apply with any number of
Admission                                                 credits. www.hpu.edu/transfer
Early Action: Premier Application (by invite)             Transfer App Deadline: 6 weeks prior to semester.
December 1st                                              Transfer Scholarships: Yes based on GPA
Regular Decision: Rolling admission through
March
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: Priority deadline
March 1st
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $15,720
2010-2011 Room & Board: $11,648
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Pac West Conference

HPU, the largest private college in HI, has one of the world’s most diverse student populations. Students hail
from 50 states and over 100 countries. An average class size of 20, an internationally renowned faculty, and
great internships, help prepare HPU graduates to become Citizens of the World. Strong majors: Marine Biology,
Nursing, Business, International Relations/Studies, Communications, Diplomacy & Military Studies, Asian
Studies and Liberal Arts.
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Hillsdale College
33 E. College Street
Hillsdale, MI 49242

Phone: (517) 607-2327
Fax: (517) 607-2223
Web site: www.hillsdale.edu/admissions
Admissions Email: admissions@hillsdale.edu
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Email: cmcginness@hillsdale.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,400
Average class size: 15
Student – Faculty Ratio: 10:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.76
Mid SAT/ACT: 1980/29

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer: Avg GPA 3.75, apply with any number
Early Decision: November 15                                 of units, credits.
Early Action: December 15                                   Transfer App Deadline: Same as regular Fall
Regular Decision: February 15                               deadlines, rolling for Spring semester
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: December 15                 Transfer Scholarships: Yes based on GPA and
(priority)                                                  well-rounded extracurricular involvement
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $19,960
2010-2011 Room & Board: $8,530
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletic Conference

Founded in 1844, Hillsdale College is an independent, coeducational, residential, liberal arts college. All
students undergo our rigorous, classical, great books liberal arts curriculum, irrespective of major, and
eventually obtain a B.A or B.S. degree in one of our 36 programs. An ideal student-to-faculty ratio, rigorous
academics, intramural and varsity sports, national fraternity and sorority houses and widespread community
volunteerism nurture intellectual, physical, social and personal growth. A broad perspective is encouraged
through opportunities for off-campus internships, overseas study programs and adjunct seminars.

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Johnson & Wales University
8 Abbott Park Place, Providence, Rhode Island 02903
Additional campuses in Denver, CO., Charlotte, N.C.,
North Miami, FL.

Toll-free: (800) 598-1000
Web site: www.jwu.edu
Admissions Email: jwu@admissions.jwu.edu

*Northern California Representative: Jody Levratto,
Email: jlevratto@jwu.edu Phone: 415-596-7605
*Sacramento and Northern Nevada Representative: Paula Zabala,
Email: pzabala@jwu.edu Phone: 916-529-7168
*Greater Los Angeles Representative: Minh Dang,
Email: mdang@jwu.edu Phone: 562-965-3352
*Orange County, Inland Empire and San Diego Representative: Michael Taylor,
Email: mjtaylor@jwu.edu Phone: 619-459-5066

Undergraduate enrollment: 16,000
Average class size: 20-30
Student – Faculty Ratio: 28:1
Mid 50% GPA: NA
Mid SAT/ACT: Not required

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:
Rolling Admission                                           Transfer:
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: With                        Transfer App Deadline:
Application                                                 Transfer Scholarships:
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $23,214
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,342
Academic Scholarships: Yes


Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League:

Johnson & Wales University, founded in 1914, is a nonprofit, private institution. A recognized leader in career
education, we offer accredited degrees in business, hospitality, culinary arts, and technology. With a diverse
student body representing all 50 states and 92 countries, JWU prepares students for personal and professional
success by integrating rigorous academics and professional skills, community leadership opportunities and our
unique career education model.

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Lake Forest College
555 N. Sheridan Road Lake Forest, IL 60045

Phone: (847) 735-5000
Toll-free: (800) 828-4751
Fax: (847) 735-6271
Website: www.lakeforest.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@lakeforest.edu

*Representative: Jennifer Motzer, Associate Director of Admissions
Phone: (720) 389-7338
Email: jmotzer@lakeforest.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,400
Average class size: 19
Student – Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.5
Mid SAT/ACT: 1180-1250 (M+CR); 25-28 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer application information:
Early Decision: December 1                                 http://www.lakeforest.edu/admissions/apply/
Early Action: December 1                                   Transfer admission requirements:
Regular Decision: February 15                              http://www.lakeforest.edu/admissions/apply/transfer
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 15                Transfer Application Deadline: December 1 for
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $35,525                          spring/January semester. July 1 for fall/August
2010-2011 Room & Board: $8,327                             semester. Decisions are rolling.
Academic Scholarships: Yes and 11 talent                   Transfer Scholarships: We offer generous merit-
scholarships                                               based scholarship opportunities for transfer
                                                           students. Please take a look at our transfer
                                                           scholarships at:
                                                           http://www.lakeforest.edu/admissions/finaid/scholar
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Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: Midwest Conference, Midwest Collegiate Hockey Association
& Northern Collegiate Hockey Association

Lake Forest College offers a rare combination: a beautiful 107-acre residential campus and access to the vibrant
resources of Chicago, just 30 miles away. More than 1,400 students represent 47 states and 71 countries.
Students are engaged learners who pursue study abroad, research, internships and independent work with
faculty.
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Lawrence University
Office of Admissions
711 E. Boldt Way SPC 29
Appleton, WI 5491-5626

Phone: (920) 832-6500
Toll-free: (800) 227-0982
Fax: (920) 832-6782
Website: www.lawrence.edu
Admissions Email: excel@lawrence.edu

*Representative: Andrea Hendrickson „04, West Coast Regional Representative, Assistant Director
Phone: (877) 767-3484
Email: andrea.j.hendrickson@lawrence.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,520
Average class size: 15
Student – Faculty Ratio: 9:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.66
Mid SAT/ACT*: 1280 SAT (CR+M); 28 ACT
*Lawrence University is test optional.

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Average 2.75 GPA with any number of
Early Decision: November 15                                credits.
Early Action: December 1                                   Transfer App Deadline:
Regular Decision: January 15                               Fall (Term I) April 1
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: Part of                    Winter (Term II) November 1
Application                                                Spring (Term III) February 1
2010-2011 Comprehensive Fees: $43,719                      Transfer Scholarship: Yes
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: Midwest Conference

Lawrence University is a nationally recognized college of liberal arts and sciences and conservatory of music,
both devoted exclusively to undergraduate education. In addition to a rich academic curriculum, we offer off-
campus study, internships, independent study and research opportunities because we recognize that learning
doesn’t end at the classroom door – it’s only just beginning. All Lawrence classes are taught by faculty, nearly
all of whom hold a Ph.D. or the highest degree in their field. In addition, Lawrence regularly hosts world-
renowned scholars, artists and experts who share their experience with students. Our students come from nearly
every state and more than 50 countries.
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Loyola University Chicago
Undergraduate Admission Office
1032 W Sheridan Road
Chicago, IL 60660

Phone: (312) 915-6500
Toll-free: (800) 262-2373
Fax: (773) 508-8926
Website: www.luc.edu
Admissions Email: admission@luc.edu

*Representative: Tara Mahoney, Assistant Director of Admissions
Phone: (312) 399-4311
Email: tmahoney2@luc.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 10,124
Average class size: 25
Student – Faculty Ratio: 15:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.7
Mid SAT/ACT: 540-650 (CR) 540-640 (M); 25-29 ACT

Fall 2011 Application Deadline:                         Transfer: Over 800 students transfer to Loyola
Rolling Admission                                       each year. About 55% from two-year schools, and
Priority Deadline: December 1                           about 45% from four-year schools. Mean GPA is
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1              3.0. Must have a minimum of 20 transferable
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $31,040                       credits.
2010-2011 Room & Board: $11,430                         Transfer App Deadline: Rolling Admission.
Academic Scholarships: Yes                              Fall: June 1- Priority
Jesuit High School Scholarships: Yes                    Spring: November 1- Priority
                                                        Transfer Scholarship: Yes- $4,000 to $6,000 per
                                                        year

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Horizon League

Founded in 1870, Loyola University Chicago ranks among the top 10% of America’s universities according to
U.S. News & World Report. 213 programs of study offered: 71 undergraduate, 85 masters, 31 doctoral and 26
graduate-level certificate programs. 8 pre-professional programs offered in dentistry, engineering, law,
medicine, nursing, optometry, podiatry, and veterinary medicine. Loyola also has 18- 5 year BA/BS & MBA
programs. Loyola University Chicago offers undergraduate courses at 4 different campuses: Lake Shore-
located 9 miles north of down town Chicago on Lake Michigan; Water Tower- located downtown Chicago;
Beijing; Rome; Vietnam.
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Loyola University New Orleans
6363 St. Charles Avenue
Campus Box 18
New Orleans, LA 70118

Phone: (504) 865-3240
Toll-free: (800) 4-LOYOLA
Fax: (504) 865-3383
Website: www.loyno.edu
Admissions Email: admit@loyno.edu

*Representative: Michael Decker, Associate Director of Admissions
Phone: (619) 487-1056
Email: mmdecker@loyno.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 3,000
Average class size: 22
Student – Faculty Ratio: 11:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.77
Mid SAT/ACT: 1120-1330 SAT; 24-29 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: http://apply.loyno.edu/first-year-and-
Priority: December 1                                       transfer-admission-requirements Apply with any
Regular Decision: February 15                              number of units
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: Priority -                 Transfer App Deadline: 2 weeks prior to start of
December 1, Regular – January 15                           semester
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $30,486                          Transfer Scholarships: 4000 – 10,000 based on
2010-2011 Room & Board: $10,188                            holistic review of application
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NAIA Division I
       Men’s Varsity Sports: Basketball, cross-country, track and baseball
       Women’s Varsity Sports: Basketball, cross-country, tennis, track and volleyball

Founded by the Jesuits in 1912, Loyola University New Orleans has had more than 37,000 graduates who have
excelled in innumerable professions for over eighty years. The total enrollment is approximately 5,000 students;
3,000 are undergraduates. Approximately 91% of faculty holds a terminal degree in their field. Loyola offers
more than 60 majors, the largest of which are communications, business, psychology, music, music industry
studies and pre-med.
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Maryville University
Office of Admissions
650 Maryville University Drive
Saint Louis, MO 63141

Phone: (314) 529-9350
Toll-free: (800) MARYVLL
Fax: (314) 529-9927
Website: www.maryville.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@maryville.edu

*CA Representative: Jessica Shasserre, Assistant Director of Admissions – Western Region
Phone: (760) 590-9079 cell, (760) 652-5055 office
Email: jshasserre@maryville.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,200
Average class size: 15
Student – Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.3 – 4.0
Mid SAT/ACT: 1070-1240 (M+CR), 23-27 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                          Transfer: Minimum GPA 2.0, no minimum
Rolling Admission                                         number of units or credits.
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: December 15               Transfer App Deadline: None (Rolling
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $21,910                         Admissions)
2010-2011 Room & Board: $8,500                            Transfer Scholarships: Based on GPA up to
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                $5,500. Eligible for $5,000 CA Grant.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Great Lakes Valley Conference

Founded in 1872, Maryville University is a four-year, private university located in west St. Louis County.
Ranked by U.S. News & World Report as one of America's Best Colleges in the Regional Universities –
Midwest category, Maryville University students may choose from 50 academic programs, including degrees at
the bachelor's, master's and doctoral levels. Popular majors include Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy,
Nursing, Sports Business Management and Education. Maryville University offers a $5,000 California Grant to
California residents to assist with the cost of attending an out-of-state institution (some academic major
restrictions apply). Among recent graduates, 82 percent are employed or attending graduate school.

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Mesa State College
1100 North Avenue
Grand Junction CO 81501

Phone: (970) 248-1020
Toll-free: (800) 982-6372
Fax: (970) 248-1973
Website: www.mesastate.edu
Admissions Email: jmeier@mesastate.edu

*Representative: Bryce Newell, CA Admissions Rep
Phone: (970) 261-7032
Email: bnewell@mesastate.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 7,751
Average class size: 20
Student – Faculty Ratio: 22:1

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:
Regular Decision: May 1, 2011
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: March 1, 2011
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees (In-State): $6,248
2010-2011 Room & Board (In-State): $7,454 - $10,382
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees (WUE): $9,512
2010-2011 Room & Board (WUE): $7,454 - $10,382
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA II League: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)

Founded in 1925, Mesa State College is a comprehensive regional public higher education institution offering
liberal arts, professional, and technical programs at the master's, bachelor's, associate, and certificate levels. At
Mesa State, we take great pride in providing educational opportunities and tools that help students succeed in
today's complex and interconnected world. Our focus is on providing quality academic programs, built on a
strong liberal arts core that support students' interests and regional employment needs, as well as technical
programs that respond to vocational workforce demands.

Mesa State is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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Miami University
301 S Campus Ave
Office of Admission
Oxford, Ohio 45056

Phone: (513) 529-2531
Fax: (513) 529-1550
Web site: www.muohio.edu/admission
Admissions Email: admission@muohio.edu

*Representative: Linda Dannemiller, West Coast Regional Recruitment Coordinator- Southern California
Phone: 1-866-766-6061
Rep‟s e-mail: linda.dannemiller@muohio.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 14,500
Average class size: 31
Student – Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Mid 50% range for incoming class
Class Rank: Top 7 – 29%
Mid SAT/ACT: 1110-1260 (super scored); 24-29 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                         Transfer: Minimum 2.0 for consideration; 2.75 or
Early Decision: November 1                               better is average, apply with any number of credits.
Early Action: December 1                                 Some programs have limited enrollment; some have
Regular Decision: February 1                             specific course requirements.
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline:                          www.muohio.edu/transfer
Priority deadline for merit-based aid: February 1st      Transfer App Deadline: (sometimes extended):
submission of admission application                      May 1 for fall, Nov. 1 for spring
Priority deadline for need-based aid: February 15th      Transfer Scholarships: Yes based on GPA
submission of the FAFSA
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: Out of State $26,988
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,786
Merit Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Mid American Conference

Located in beautiful Oxford, Ohio, Miami University is a public residential university focused on an
undergraduate liberal arts education. Founded in 1809, Miami is named after the Native American Indian tribe
who inhabited the area known today as the Miami Valley Region. Students come to Miami from all 50 states
and over 100 countries. Miami University ranks second nationally for its commitment to teaching in the US
News and World Report 2011edition of America’s Best Colleges. Strong majors include: Farmer School of
Business (16th in the country), Architecture, Engineering, and Fine Arts.
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Michigan State University
Office of Admissions
250 Hannah Administration Building
East Lansing, MI 48824

Phone: (517) 355-8332
Toll Free: (800) 496-4678
Fax: (517) 353-1647
Web site: www.msu.edu
Admissions Email: NA

*Representative: Daniel E Seidman
Email: seidman@msu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 36,072
Average class size:
Student – Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.44
Mid SAT/ACT: 1030-1260 (M+CR)

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Academic Scholarships: Yes
Rolling Admission                                          Transfer:
Priority Deadline: November 1                              http://admissions.msu.edu/admission/transfer.asp
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: November 1
(priority)
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $25,722 (out-of-state)
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,076

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Big 10

Michigan State University is among the largest and most comprehensive universities in the United States, with a
tradition and reputation to match. Recognized around the world as a top research university, MSU leads the
nation in study abroad participation. State offers nationally ranked and recognized academic, residential-
college, and service-learning programs.

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Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE)
1025 N Broadway
Milwaukee, WI 53202

Phone: (414) 277-6763
Toll-free: (800) 332-6763
Fax: (414) 277-7475
Web site: www.msoe.edu
Admissions E-mail: explore@msoe.edu

*Representative: Melissa Covert, Assistant Director of Admissions- West Coast
Email: covert@msoe.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,400
Average class size: 21
Student – Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.75
Mid SAT/ACT: 1270 (M+CR); 28 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                          Transfer: Minimum Engineering GPA 3.0 /
Rolling Admission                                         Minimum GPA for all other programs 2.75.
Priority Deadline: December 1                             Minimum of 24 college units, credits to apply.
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1                www.msoe.edu/transfer
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $32,130                         Transfer App Deadline: 6 weeks prior to quarter.
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,800                            Opportunity to start three different times a year,
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                with options in fall, winter and spring.
                                                          Transfer Scholarships: Yes. $6,000 - $10,000 per
                                                          year based on GPA.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division III League: Northern Athletics Conference & Midwest Collegiate Hockey
Association

The Milwaukee School of Engineering (MSOE) is a 4-year, private university located in downtown Milwaukee,
WI. MSOE offers 18 Bachelor and 10 Master’s Degree programs in Engineering, Business and Health-related
fields. MSOE’s 15 -acre campus is filled with some of the best facilities and labs in the nation, allowing
students to gain practical experience and a minimum of 600 hours of lab-work before graduation. Due to
MSOE’s strong academic reputation and close ties with business and industry, students are highly sought after
for jobs and internships. MSOE supports over 75 student organizations and club sports, and 22 men’s and
women’s NCAA Division III athletic teams.
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Northeastern University
360 Huntington Avenue
150 Richards Hall
Boston, MA 02115
Phone: (617) 373-2200
Fax: (617) 373-8780
Web site: www.northeastern.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@neu.edu

*Northern California Rep: Stephanie Ranslow, Western Regional Director of Admission
Phone: (916) 543-6312
Email: s.ranslow@neu.edu
*Southern California Rep: Gregg Murray, Western Regional Director of Admission
Phone: (858) 412-4776
Email: g.murray@neu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 15,699
Average class size: 26
Student – Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.6- 4.1
Mid SAT/ACT: 1850-2110

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Avg GPA 3.3
Early Action: November 1                                   Transfer app deadline: March 1 priority
Regular Decision: January 15                               consideration for College of Business
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15                 Administration, May 1 transfer deadline
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $33,380 + $762                   Transfer scholarship: Phi Theta Kappa
2010-2011 Room & Board: $12,130                            Scholarship $5,000 and Merit based on GPA.
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Colonial Athletic

Located in the heart of Boston, Northeastern is a private research university offering over 80 academic
programs, and a leader in experiential learning. While students are attracted to our traditional campus setting
and our dynamic community with entrepreneurial spirit, they are also excited about our signature Co-op
program (which alternates periods of full time employment with periods in the classroom), as well as our
emphasis on research opportunities, global employment and study options, and community/service learning. We
believe that this combination offers the most powerful way to learn and navigate the unknown.

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Oklahoma City University
2501 N Blackwelder Avenue
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73106

Phone: (405) 208-5000
Toll-free: (800) 633-7242
Fax: (405) 208-5356
Website: www.okcu.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@okcu.edu

*Representative: Tracee Duerson, Regional Recruitment Coordinator, California
Phone: (805) 234-7277
Email: tkduerson@okcu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2100
Average class size: 17
Student – Faculty Ratio: #:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.5
Minimum SAT/ACT: 1020 SAT; 22 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Minimum GPA 2.0. Students who apply
Rolling Admissions                                         with 29 units or more do not need to submit high
Early Decision: November 15                                school transcripts or SAT/ACT scores. Transfer
Early Action: N/A                                          Admissions Information:
Regular Decision: March 1                                   http://www.okcu.edu/admission/transfer/
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: Awarded upon               Transfer App Deadline: Rolling admissions for
admission based on merit                                   fall and spring semester
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: Tuition: $11,680                 Transfer Scholarships: Given automatically by the
based on 12-16 credit hour block; Fees: vary, but          university based on transfer GPA. Academic
standard fees are $100 per credit hour                     departments offer additional scholarship
2010-2011 Room & Board: Room: $1710-$3975                  opportunities.
per semester based on housing choice; Meal Plan:
$1,940 per semester
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NAIA League: Sooner Athletic Conference

―Where you're a name, not a number.‖ Oklahoma City University is a coeducational, urban private university
located in the heart of Oklahoma City. The university is affiliated with the United Methodist Church and offers
over 60 degrees in the liberal arts and sciences disciplines.
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Oregon State University
104 Kerr Admin Bldg
Corvallis, OR 97331-4501

Phone: 541.737.4411
Toll-free: 800.291.4192
Fax: 541.737.2482
Web site: http://oregonstate.edu/
Admissions E-mail: osuadmit@oregonstate.edu

*Northern California Representative: Karly Nelson-Aparicio, Assistant Director of California Regional
Admissions
Phone: 415-694-3919
Email: karly@oregonstate.edu
*Southern California Representative: Allie Sevall, Regional Admissions Advisor
Phone: (714) 686-4415
Email: Allie@oregonstate.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 18,067
Average class size: 26
Student – Faculty Ratio: 24:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.51 (3.0 minimum for admission)
Mid SAT/ACT: 1,583 /23.5

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Minimum 2.25 GPA with 36 quarter
Regular Decision: February 1                               hour (24 semester), plus Algebra and College
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1                 Writing
2011-2012 Tuition & Fees: $20,442                          Transfer App Deadline: Fall: May 1, Winter:
2011-2012 Room & Board: $9,168                             December 1, Spring: March 1, Summer: May 1
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                 Transfer Scholarships: February

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Pac- 10

An international research university, OSU is one of only two American universities designated as a Land-, Sea-,
Sun- and Space-Grant institution, and it is the only one in Oregon to rank in the Carnegie Foundation’s top tier
for ―very high research activity.‖ OSU offers over 200 undergraduate academic programs, organized into four
divisions with strengths in earth systems sciences, health sciences, business, engineering, entrepreneurship and
the arts and sciences. OSU offers over 350 student involvement opportunities and a slate of PAC-10 Athletic
programs that generate amazing school spirit.

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Regis University
3333 Regis Blvd. A-12
Denver, CO 80221

Phone: (303) 458-4900
Toll-free: (800) 388-2366 x4900
Fax: (303) 964-5534
Web site: www.regis.edu
Admissions E-mail: regisadm@regis.edu

*Northern California Representative: Mary Turbeville, Assistant Director of Admissions
Phone: (619)519-5007
Email: mturbevi@regis.edu
*Southern California Representative: Kristen Brodie, Assistant Director of Admissions
Phone: (303)396-8501
Email: kbrodie@regis.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1,600
Average class size: 21
Student – Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.2-3.8
Mid 50% SAT/ACT: 1430 – 1750 (CR, M, W); 21 – 27 (ACT)

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:
Rolling Admission
Priority Deadline: March 1
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: December 15
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $29,400
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,400
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference

Regis University is a Jesuit Catholic liberal arts and sciences university that offers challenging academics to a
widely diverse student body. Regis guarantees that student’s degrees are completed in four years or we pay!
The rich opportunities of Denver and the nearby Rocky Mountains place Regis in one of America’s premier
destination locations.

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Sam Houston State University
1903 University Avenue
Huntsville, Texas 77340

Phone: (936) 294-1828
Fax: (936) 294-3758
Website: www.shsu.edu
Admissions Email: admission@shsu.edu

*Representative: Elisa Parker, California Regional Admissions Counselor
Phone: (858) 337-4631
Email: elisaparker@shsu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 10,800
Average class size: 31
Student – Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Mid 50% GPA: n/a
Mid SAT/ACT: 1016; 22 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: August 1,                  Transfer: 0-11 credit hours must meet beginning
2011                                                        freshman requirements and have 2.5 GPA on
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1, 2011            transferable hours; 12-17 hours must have a 2.5
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $5757.00                          GPA on transferable hours; 18+ hours must have a
2010-2011 Room & Board: $1488-2266                          2.0 GPA on transferable hours; SHSU accepts a
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                  maximum of 66 academic hours
                                                            Transfer App Deadline: December 1 for Spring;
                                                            August 1 for Fall
                                                            Transfer Scholarships: Yes based on GPA; not
                                                            always available

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I;1A for football League: Southland Conference

For more than 130 years, Sam Houston State University has been preparing students for meaningful lives of
achievement. Its motto, ―The measure of a Life is its Service,‖ echoes across SHSU’s five colleges and beyond
campus through student research, creative endeavors, service learning, volunteering and more. A 316-acre main
campus in Huntsville, Texas, that features more than $250 million in new and renovated facilities. Distinctive
programs, such as the only accredited bachelor’s degree program in the U.S. for Banking and Financial
Institutions, as well as the state’s only degree in PGA Golf Management. Faculty members who make
themselves available not only as student mentors, but also as experts in their fields to assist the working media
with stories of interest and importance to the public. SHSU is a selective institution that offers 79 bachelor's
degree programs, 54 master’s programs and five doctoral programs, including nationally recognized programs
in Business, Fine Arts, Education, Mathematics and Criminal Justice. SHSU is classified as a ―Doctoral
Research University‖ by the Carnegie Commission on Higher Education.
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Savannah College of Art and Design
SCAD Admissions
PO Box 2072
Savannah, GA 31402

Phone: (912) 525-5100
Toll-free: (800) 869-7223
Fax: (912) 525-5986
Website: www.scad.edu
Admissions Email: admission@scad.edu

*Representative, Northern CA: Dominique Farrar
Phone: (912) 257-0379
Email: dfarrar@scad.edu
*Representative, Southern CA: Heather Dietzold
Phone: (912) 713-3651
Email: hdietzol@scad.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 8,500
Average class size: 16
Student – Faculty Ratio: 16:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: Verbal 490-600, Math 470-590 / ACT 23

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: Feb. 15th                       Transfer: Avg. 3.4 GPA, Apply with any number
(priority deadline)                                              of units/credits. Apply for any quarter: Fall, Winter,
Early Decision: rolling                                          Spring, Summer.
Regular Decision: rolling                                        Transfer App Deadline: March 15th (Fall
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: Feb. 15th                        deadline), 45 days prior for all other quarters.
2011-2012 Tuition & Fees: $30,510                                Transfer Scholarships: Academic up to $10K
2011-2012 Room & Board: $8,675                                   (based on GPA), Artistic up to $10K (based on
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                       portfolio, audition, or writing sample), Combined
                                                                 Honors up to full-tuition, Phi Theta Kappa $5000
                                                                 (non-stackable).
Athletic Division: NAIA

SCAD is the most comprehensive art and design university in the world, offering more degree programs and
specializations than any other art and design university. SCAD is a private, nonprofit, accredited institution conferring
bachelor’s and master’s degrees at distinctive locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia; Hong Kong; Lacoste, France
and online to prepare talented students for professional careers. The diverse student body of 10,000 comes from all 50
United States and more than 100 countries. The education and career preparation of each student are nurtured and
cultivated by a faculty of nearly 700 professors; over 90% are full-time. SCAD emphasizes learning through individual
attention in an inspiring university environment, and with advanced, professional-level technology, equipment and
learning resources. With over 80% of graduates working in their field or admitted to graduate school within six months of
graduation, SCAD is uniquely qualified to provide an exceptional education and unparalleled career preparation.
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 Seton Hall University
 400 South Orange
 South Orange, NJ 07079

 Phone: (973) 761-9000
 Toll-free: (800) THE-HALL
 Fax: (973) 275-2339
 Website: www.shu.edu
 Admissions Email: thehall@shu.edu

 *Representative: Ariana Leon, West Coast Regional Assistant Director
 Phone: (310) 855-3756
 Email: Ariana.Leon@shu.edu

 Undergraduate enrollment: 5,300
 Average class size: 25
 Student – Faculty Ratio: 14:1
 Mid 50% GPA: 3.0 to 3.5
 Mid SAT/ACT: 1600; 25 ACT

 Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                            Transfer: Min. 2.5 GPA required
 Early Decision: N/A                                         Transfer App Deadline:
 Early Action: November 15                                   Fall: June 1; Spring: December 1
 Regular Decision: March 1                                   Transfer Scholarships: Yes. Ranging from
 Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15                  $3,000-$8,000 Min. 3.0 GPA required for
 2009-2010 Tuition & Fees: $30,470                           consideration
 2009-2010 Room & Board: $11,700
 Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Big East Conference

 Seton Hall is an outstanding private Catholic university in South Orange, New Jersey – just 30 minutes by train
from Manhattan. Students come from all 50 states & over 67 countries to major in 60 plus disciplines, leading to
careers or graduate school. We prepare students mentally, physically and spiritually to be servant leaders and
caring citizens, both in and out of the workplace.

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Southern Methodist University
Office of Undergraduate Admission
P.O. Box 750181 Dallas, TX 75275-0181

Phone: (800) 323-0672
Toll-free: (800) 323-0672
Fax: (214) 768-0103
Website: www.smu.edu
Undergraduate Admission Office Email: ugadmission@smu.edu

*Representative: Rick Diaz, Director of Admission – Data/Recruitment Strategies
Phone: (562) 439-9601 Email: rdiaz@smu.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 6,530
Average class size: 26
Student – Faculty Ratio: 11:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.35 – 3.85 (unweighted, recalculated, academic GPA grades 9-11)
Mid 50% SAT/ACT: 1230 – 1380 (Critical Reading + Math) ACT 27 – 30 (Composite)

Fall 2011 Application Deadline:
       Early Action: November 1, 2010
       Regular Decision: January 15, 2011
Academic Scholarships: Yes        Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15, 2011

2010 - 2011 Tuition & Fees: $37,230
2010 - 2011 Room & Board: $12,735

Athletic Division: NCAA Division 1 League: Conference USA

SMU is ranked 56th in the nation, putting the University in the top tier of U.S. News & World Report's "best
national universities" category. A private university of 11,000 students near the center of Dallas, SMU offers
strong undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs through seven schools — in the humanities and
sciences; business; the performing, visual, and communication arts; engineering; education and human
development; law; and theology. SMU offers access to 145 education abroad programs as well as a unique campus
in Northern New Mexico on the site of a historic fort and 13th-century Indian pueblo. Founded in 1911 by what is
now The United Methodist Church, SMU opened in 1915. The University is nonsectarian in its teaching and
committed to freedom of inquiry.

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Stonehill College
320 Washington Street
Easton, MA 02357

Phone: (508) 565-1373
Fax: (508) 565-1545
Website: stonehill.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@stonehill.edu

*Representative: Pat O‟Brien, California Regional Admissions Counselor
Phone: (916) 747-2391
Email: patob313@att.net

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,468
Average class size: 21
Student – Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.5
Mid SAT/ACT: Optional

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:
Early Decision: November 1
Early Action: November 1
Regular Decision: January 15
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $32,620
2010-2011 Room & Board: $12,610
Academic Scholarships: Yes
Athletic Division: NCAA Division II League: Northeast 10 Conference

Located 22 miles from Boston, Stonehill College is a selective, residential Catholic college where within a year of
graduation 97% of graduates are employed, attending graduate school or doing volunteer service. Why? Seventy
majors and programs, internships, study abroad and a focus on personal growth with the challenge and excitement
of small classes.

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Syracuse University
200 Crouse Hinds Hall
900 South Crouse Avenue
Syracuse, NY 13244

Phone: (315) 443-3611
Fax: (315) 443-4226
Website: www.syr.edu
Admissions Email: orange@syr.edu

*Representative: Claudia Gonzalez, Regional Director- West
Phone: (310) 312-9530
Email: clgonzal@syr.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 13,000
Average class size: 24
Student – Faculty Ratio: 15:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.6
Mid SAT/ACT: 1610-1870; 26 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:
Early Decision: November 15
Regular Decision: January 1
Transfer Deadline for Spring Admission: November 15
Transfer Deadline for Fall Admission: January 1
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $34,928
2010-2011 Room & Board: $12,374
Academic Scholarships: Yes/No
Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Big East

Our guiding vision of Scholarship in Action means that students will engage with the world from the moment they
join our community. We set ourselves apart from other large research institutions in that we combine the warm
personality of a small college with the greater resources needed to deliver superior academic and professional
experiences. Located in beautiful central New York, our students find a home in one of the 9 colleges and take
advantage of our enhanced learning opportunities and study abroad. Our students engage in over 300 student
organizations, fraternities and sororities, and rally for our Division I teams. We are home to the IBM Green Data
Center, Center for Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems and a new collaboration and working
partnership with JP Morgan Chase. We are a private university committed to making education accessible.

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Texas Christian University
2800 South University Drive Fort Worth, Texas 76129
1-800-TCU FROG (828-3764)
Admission Office Phone: 817-257-7490
Fax: 817-257-7268
Website: www.tcu.edu
Admissions Email: frogmail@tcu.edu
*Representative: Betsey Hayes, M.Ed, CA-NV Regional Director of Admission
Phone: 916-419-3234
Fax: 707-637- 4049
Email: b.hayes@tcu.edu
Regional Office Address: 1370 Trancas Street, #252 Napa, CA 94558
Undergraduate enrollment: 7853
Average class size: 26
Student – Faculty Ratio: 14:1
Mid 50% GPA for admission: 3.4
Mid SAT/ACT for admission: 1600-1880(CR+M+WR); 24-29 ACT
 Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadlines:                          Transfer: Minimum GPA for transfer is a 2.0.
 * It is recommended that students apply before Feb 15th*   However, the typical student has a 2.75 GPA or
 Early Action: November 1st                                 higher www.admissions.tcu.edu/transfer
 Scholarship: December 15th                                 Transfer App Deadline: Fall: March 15th – Early
 Regular Decision: February 15th                            notification; April 15th – Scholarship and Financial
 2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $ 30,090                         Aid; August 1st – Final Deadline
 2010-2011 Room & Board: $ 10,010                           Spring: October 1st – Financial Aid; December 1st –
 Academic Scholarships: Yes                                 Final Deadline
                                                            Transfer Scholarships: Yes. Minimum GPA of
                                                            3.25 and 27 transferrable credits.

 Athletics: NCAA Division I /Mountain West Conference until 2012, then BIG EAST.

 Texas Christian University (TCU) is a major independent university offering a core curriculum in the liberal
 arts and sciences. Undergraduate degree programs in over 100 disciplines including: Journalism (Broadcast and
 Print), Nursing, Sports Broadcasting, Dance (Ballet, Tap and Jazz), Athletic Training, Fashion Merchandising,
 Interior Design, Speech Pathology, Business (Including Entrepreneurial Management), Education, Engineering,
 Fine and Performing Arts, Film and Digital Media. 200+ student organizations; dance and cheer Teams;
 Intramural, Club and Division I Sports: Visit www.gofrogs.com for a list of men’s and women’s sports.
 Highlights include: 2011 Rose Bowl Champions- Football; Baseball Ranked # 1 for 2011 Season; National
 Championship Women’s Rifle Team; Equestrian and Rodeo teams.
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University of Alabama
Box 870132
Tuscaloosa, AL 35487-0132

Phone: (205) 348-5666
Toll-free: (800) 933-BAMA (2262)
Fax: (205) 348-9046
Web site: www.gobama.ua.edu
Admissions E-mail: admissions@ua.edu

*Southern California Representative: Gwen Gass, Regional Recruiter - Southern California
Email: Gwen.Gass@ua.edu
*Northern California Representative: Scott Mackey, Regional Recruiter - Northern California
Email: Scott.Mackey@ua.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 24,000
Average class size: 46% of classes have <19 students
Student – Faculty Ratio: 20:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.5
Mid SAT/ACT: 1160 (M+CR); 24 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: 24 college units (semester) with a
Rolling Admission                                          minimum GPA of 2.0
Priority Deadline: February 1                              Transfer App Deadline: March 1 for summer/fall,
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: December 1                 December 1 for spring
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $9,600/semester (out-            Transfer Scholarships: Yes based on GPA
of-state)
2010-2011 Room & Board: $3,475/semester (out-
of-state)
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Southeastern Conference

The University of Alabama is a student-centered research university located in Tuscaloosa (a city of 120,000 in
west-central Alabama) Founded in 1831 as Alabama’s first public college, the University is dedicated to
excellence in teaching, research and service. We offer bachelors, masters and doctoral degrees in more than
200 fields of study. To enhance the educational experience, we also offer a variety of special programs ranging
from freshmen learning communities to Honors College (open to any incoming student with 28ACT or
1250SAT—math and verbal only) to Greek life. In the past 7 years, 36 UA students have been named USA
Today Academic All-Americans, more than any other school in the country.

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University of Arizona
P.O. Box 210073
Tucson, AZ 85721-0073

Phone: (520) 621-3237
Toll-free: (888) 566-2287
Fax: (520) 621-9799
Web site: www.arizona.edu
Admissions E-mail: admissions@arizona.edu

*Central Valley and Greater LA Representative: Gil Gastelum, Senior Director Admissions Southern
California
Email: gilg@email.arizona.edu
*San Diego Representative: Kay Bell, Senior Director Admissions, San Diego
Email: kbell@email.arizona.edu
*Northern California Representative: Naomi Schoenholz, Regional Manager, West Coast Admissions
Email: naomis@arizona.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 30,000
Average class size: 29
Student – Faculty Ratio: 18:1
Mid 50% GPA: 2.7-3.4
Mid SAT/ACT: 550 (M) 550 (CR); 23-24 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Minimum GPA 2.0, preferred gpa 2.5 or
Rolling Admission                                          higher, minimum of 24 semester units of transfer
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: May 1                      credit posted to transcript at time of application
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $24,596                          Transfer Application Deadlines: November 1 for
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,024                             Spring, June 1 for Summer and Fall
Academic Scholarships: Yes (Arizona Excellence             Transfer Scholarships: Phi Theta Kappa,
and National Merit)                                        competitive Transfer Academic Scholarships


Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League:

Founded in 1885 as a land grant institution and Arizona's first university, the University of Arizona is focused
on its mission of education, research and service. The University of Arizona is a comprehensive public research
university with nationally ranked programs including entrepreneurship, management information systems,
architecture, engineering, creative writing, dance and photography, and offers 110+ undergraduate majors to
30,000 undergraduate students, including about 3,000 from California. We are home to the SALT Center, a
nationally recognized program offering individualized services to students with learning and attention
challenges. And, with over 550 clubs and organizations on campus, students have plenty of opportunities for
extracurricular involvement. For more information, visit www.arizona.edu.
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University of Colorado at Colorado
Springs (UCCS)
Student Recruitment and Admissions Counseling
1420 Austin Bluffs Parkway
Colorado Springs, CO 80918

Toll-free: (800) 990-8227
Fax: (719) 255-3018
Website: www.uccs.edu
Admissions Email: California@uccs.edu

*Representative: Vanessa Ea, Admissions Counselor, California Region
Phone: (916) 477-9117
Email: vea@uccs.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 9,000
Average class size: 22
Student – Faculty Ratio: 16:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.00
Mid SAT/ACT: 1080 SAT (M+CR); 24 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadlines: March 18                Transfer:
Priority Application Deadline: March 18, 2011             Letters, Arts, and Sciences, Education and Public
Regular Decision: June 24, 2011                           Affairs: 15 transferable units with 2.5 GPA min.
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: March 1, 2011             Engineering: 30 transferable units with 2.5 GPA
(some scholarships have earlier deadlines)                Business: 30 transferable units with 2.7 GPA
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $13,350/year (for               Nursing: 30 transferable units with 3.3 GPA
WUE students); $17,066/year (Nursing)                     Transfer App Deadline:
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,698/year                       Priority: March 18, 2011
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                Regular: June 24, 2011
                                                          Transfer Scholarships:
                                                          Fall 2011: March 1, 2011
                                                           Limited automatic scholarships also available for
                                                          accepted transfer students with awards made
                                                          starting in November.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division II Conference: Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC)

A member of the University of Colorado System, UCCS is one of the fastest growing universities in the nation.
With six academic colleges on campus—Business, Education, Engineering and Applied Sciences, Public
Affairs, Letters, Arts and Sciences, Nursing and Health Sciences—the university offers 34 bachelor's degrees,
19 master's and five doctoral degrees. The campus enrolls about 9,000 students annually.
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University of Nevada, Reno
Office for Prospective Students
Mail Stop 0110
Reno, NV 89557-0110

Phone: (775) 682-5905
Toll-free: (866) 2-NEVADA
Fax: (775) 784-1852
Website: www.unr.edu
Admissions Email: admission@unr.edu

*Representative: Carmen Coleman, Senior Coordinator, Regional Admissions & Recruitment
Phone: (510) 393-4411
Email: carmenc@unr.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 13,367
Average class size: 25
Student – Faculty Ratio: 22:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.37
Mid SAT/ACT: 1054 SAT (CR+M); 23 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: February 1st             Transfer: 2.5 GPA with 24 transferable credits
Early Decision: None                                      (www.unr.edu/transfer)
Early Action: None                                        Transfer App Deadline: No deadline
Regular Decision: Feb 1st                                 Transfer Scholarships: A few based on GPA, also
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: February 1st              WUE eligible with a 3.0 GPA and 24 transferable
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: WUE $7,414/year (15             credits.
credits per semester w/ 3.0 academic GPA)
2010-2011 Room & Board: $8,800
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: WAC (Western Athletic Conference)

The University of Nevada, Reno is located at the base of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, 30 miles from of Lake
Tahoe. We have over 150 top-notch academic programs in a variety of majors from engineering and sciences to
journalism and business. We have medical school and an excellent Honors program. We have NCAA Division
I athletics in the WAC. We have a new student union, the Knowledge Center, and math and science center. We
also have a commitment to graduating our students in four years, with a course concierge makes sure if a
student needs a class to graduate on-time, that student won’t get shut out. Can you believe we have one of the
lowest tuitions in the country, even for out of state students (WUE)?

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University of New Mexico
PO Box 4895
Albuquerque, NM 87196-4895

Phone: (505) 277-2447
Toll-free: 1-800-CALL UNM (225-5866) ext. 1
Fax: (505) 277-6686
Web site: www.unm.edu
Admissions Email: admission@unm.edu

*Representative: Gary K Bednorz, Program Specialist
Mobile Phone: (505) 934-0283
Email: garyb@unm.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 18,000
Average class size: 30
Student – Faculty Ratio: 19:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.28
Mid SAT/ACT: 550 (M) 540 (CR); 22 ACT

Fall 2012 / Spring 2013 Freshmen App Deadline:              Transfer: Avg GPA 2.0, apply with any number of
Rolling admissions                                          units: Less than 26= incoming freshman w/ college
Fall 2012 Scholarship Deadline: February 1                  credit; More than 26= transfer student
(priority)                                                  Transfer App Deadline: Rolling admissions- can
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $17,253 (out-of-sate)             transfer Fall, Spring or Summer
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,746                              Transfer Scholarships: Yes including WUE - GPA
Academic Scholarships: Yes – minimum GPA 3.0                3.0+
and either SAT or ACT

Athletic Division: NCAA Division 1 League: Mountain West Conference

UNM : University Near Mountains – located in Albuquerque. Elevation 5,000’ at southern tip of the US Rocky
Mountains
UNM : University of Numerous Majors - more than 200 baccalaureate, masters, and doctoral degree programs
including pre-med, pharmacy, nursing, health sciences, pre-law, business, architecture, engineering, fine arts,
education, and humanities majors.
UNM : You Need Money? We have scholarship and financial assistance! UNM administers over $50million in
aid annually including WUE (Western Undergraduate Exchange)
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University of Rochester
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
P.O. Box 270251
Rochester, NY 14627-0251

Phone: (585) 275-3221
Toll-free: (888) 822-2256
Fax: (585) 461-4595
Web site: www.rochester.edu
Admissions Email: admit@admissions.rochester.edu

*Representative: Kimberly Cragg, West Coast Regional Director
Phone: (585) 368-5699
Email: kimberly.cragg@rochester.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 5,000
Average class size: 19
Student – Faculty Ratio: 9:1
Average GPA: 3.77
Mid 50% SAT: Math 630-730; Critical Reading 600-690; Writing 600-700; ACT 29-32

Fall 2010 Freshmen App Deadline: January 1st
Early Decision: November 1st
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $40,282
2010-2011 Room & Board: $11,640
Academic Scholarships: Yes
Athletic Division: NCAA Division III

The University of Rochester is a private research university located in Western New York. Unlike almost all
other powerful research universities, Rochester allows you to design your own educational plan. There are no
required subjects, which means you can study what you love, not spend time fulfilling someone else’s concept
of education. Students have access to world-renowned faculty, a wealth of study abroad experiences, and
research opportunities that other schools offer only to graduate students.


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University of South Carolina
Office of Undergraduate Admissions
University of South Carolina
902 Sumter St Access/Lieber College
Columbia, SC 29208

Phone: (803) 777-7700
Toll-free: (800) 868-5872
Fax: (803) 777-0101
Website: www.sc.edu/admissions
Admissions Email: admissions-ugrad@sc.edu

*Representative: Rachel Hartley, Senior Regional Admissions Representative
Phone: (310) 903-9182
Email: hartlerr@mailbox.sc.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 20,494
Student – Faculty Ratio: 17:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.75 (weighted)
Mid SAT/ACT: 1100-1270 (M+CR); 24-28 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                           Transfer: Each department has a different GPA
Early Decision: October 15                                 requirement ranging from 2.25-3.0.
Honors College: November 15                                Transfer App Deadline: Fall 2011-July 1st
Regular Decision: December 1                                 Spring 2012-November 1st
Fall 2011 McNair Scholarship Deadline:                     Transfer Scholarships: Departmental scholarships
November 15                                                available
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $25,362 (out-of-state)
2010-2011 Room & Board: $3,980-$4,450 (out-
of-state)
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Southeastern Conference

The University of South Carolina, the state's flagship institution, is a dynamic learning community of more than
28,000 students from all 50 states and over 100 countries. Our beautiful, historic Columbia campus is located in
the state capital. Carolina offers more than 75 majors that range from the arts and sciences to business,
education, nursing, engineering, and more. In US News & World Report the undergraduate international
business program consistently ranks top in the nation, and Carolina was recently cited for having some of the
nation's best programs for First-Year Experience, Learning Communities and Undergraduate Research.
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The University of the Arts
320 S. Broad Street
Philadelphia, PA19102

Phone: (215) 717-6030
Toll-free: (800) 616-2787
Fax: (215) 717-6045
Website: www.uarts.edu
Admissions Email: admissions@uarts.edu

*Representative: Timothy Ford, West Coast Regional Admission Counselor
Phone: (213) 380-1693
Email: tford@uarts.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,400
Average class size: 14
Student – Faculty Ratio: 10:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.0-3.2
Mid SAT/ACT: 1030-1060 (M+CR); 23 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline: Rolling Admission
Early Decision: N/A
Early Action: N/A
Regular Decision: Rolling
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: March 15
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $31,900 + $300 technology fee
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,800 to $8,800
Academic Scholarships: Yes
Athletic Division: N/A Undefeated since 1876 is our slogan

For over 130 years we have defined creativity. The University of the Arts in Philadelphia is the nation’s first
and only university solely dedicated to educating creative individuals in the visual, performing and media arts.

Our campus in Center City Philadelphia stretches for six blocks along the Avenue of the Arts. Here, faculty
mentors guide aspiring student artists and communicators from over 30 countries to become well prepared
professionals.

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University of Washington Bothell
18115 Campus Way NE
Bothell, WA 98011-8246

Phone: (425) 352-5000
Toll-free: (800) 736-6650
Fax: (425) 352-5455
Website: www.uwb.edu
Admissions Email: freshmen@uwb.edu

*Representative: David Bush, Admissions Advisor
Phone: (206) 452-9306
Email: dbush@uwb.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 2,700
Average class size: 24
Student – Faculty Ratio: 1:19
Average GPA: 3.42
Average SAT/ACT: 1575 (M+CR+W); 23 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                        Transfer: Transfer students can apply for general
Early Notifications: beginning November 1               university admission or directly to a degree
Priority Application: January 15                        program. Applicants with a minimum 2.0 GPA and
Regular Decision: rolling admissions                    completion of University core requirements are
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: January 15              reviewed holistically. Applicants that have earned
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $25,245                       less than 40 transferable credits must submit official
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,399                          SAT or ACT scores.
Academic Scholarships: Yes (details to be               Transfer App Deadline: Varies by program:
announced in spring 2011)                               www.uwb.edu/admissions/application-dates.
                                                        Transfer Scholarships:
                                                        www.uwb.edu/financialaid/scholarships.

Athletic Division: NCAA Division 1 League: Athletics are not offered at the Bothell campus.

University of Washington Bothell, located 20 miles north of Seattle, combines the benefits of a small
campus (3,300 students) with the resources and prestige of a world-renowned public university. Our
curriculum emphasizes close student-faculty interaction (19:1), small-class size (averaging 24
students), hands-on learning opportunities, and study abroad programs. Student life is vibrant and
abundant, including the option to live in one of our campus apartments, get involved in one of the
many diverse clubs we have to offer, join a recreational sports teams, or practice your leadership skills
in a student-run organization. Outstanding regional connections present you with unique opportunities
for projects, internships and research with leading businesses and organizations. At UW Bothell, you'll
earn your University of Washington degree while building a solid foundation of relevant knowledge,
practical skills and professional preparation.
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Whitman College
345 Boyer Avenue
Walla Walla, WA 99362

Phone: (509) 527-5176
Toll-free: (877) 462-9448
Fax: (509) 527-4967
Website: www.Whitman.edu
Admissions Email: admission@Whitman.edu

*Representative: Philip “PJ” Petrone, Associate Director of Admission,
Phone: (213) 605-2878
Email: PetronPJ@Whitman.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 1500
Average class size: 15
Student – Faculty Ratio: 10:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.87
Mid SAT/ACT: 1330 (CR+M); 30 ACT

Fall 2011 Application Deadlines:
Early Decision I: November 15
Early Decision II: January 1
Regular Decision: January 15

Fall 2011 Talent Based Scholarship Deadline: Mid-February – Early March, check website
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $38,770
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,720
Academic Scholarships: Yes, no special application
Athletic Division: NCAA Division III Conference: Northwest

Whitman is a nationally recognized, highly selective, residential liberal arts college. Since becoming a college
in 1882, Whitman College has a history of graduating ethical, unpretentious leaders. The tree-lined campus is
home to an intellectually dynamic, diverse, active and supportive community. Students find a balance at
Whitman between challenging academics and developing meaningful and enduring personal relationships
through an involved campus community. Our 91 percent graduation rate is evidence that our students value the
Whitman balance.

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William Woods University
One University Avenue
Fulton, MO 65251

Phone: (573) 592-4221
Toll-free: (800) 995-3159
Fax: (573) 592-1146
Web site: www.williamwoods.edu
Admissions E-mail: admissions@williamwoods.edu

* Representative: Amanda Booth, Admissions Representative
Email: amanda.booth@williamwoods.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 912
Average class size: 14
Student – Faculty Ratio: 13:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.3
Mid SAT/ACT: 1043 (M 518 + CR 525); 23 ACT

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                          Transfer: Yes, must have 12+ credit hours.
Rolling Admission                                         Transfer App Deadline: Rolling Admission
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: March 1                   Transfer Scholarships: Yes, based on GPA. Phi
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $17,500                         Theta Kappa scholarships also available
2010-2011 Room & Board: $7,200
Academic Scholarships: Yes

Athletic Division: NAIA Division I League: American Midwest Conference

William Woods University is a small, private university, with a liberal arts background located in historic
Fulton, MO. Our 30+ academic programs range from strong traditional programs to rare programs such as
Equestrian Science and American Sign Language Interpreting. We believe learning outside of the classroom is
just as important as learning inside the classroom, so we started our innovative LEAD program (Leading,
Educating, Achieving, Developing). LEAD is a $5,000 scholarship awarded every accepted student; students
participate in fun and educational and activities outside of the classroom to renew the LEAD scholarship each
year. William Woods was recently ranked among the top 100 colleges in the Midwest by U.S. News & World
Report.

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Xavier University
3800 Victory Parkway
Cincinnati, Ohio 45207-5311

Phone: 513-745-3301
Toll-free: 877-XUADMIT (982-3648)
Fax: 513-745-4319
Web site: www.xavier.edu
Admissions E-mail: xuadmit@xavier.edu

*Representative: Rae-Anne Mena, Western Regional Recruitment Director
Email: menar@xavier.edu

Undergraduate enrollment: 4,368
Average class size: 20
Student – Faculty Ratio: 12:1
Mid 50% GPA: 3.27-3.94
Mid SAT/ACT: 1060-1250

Fall 2011 Freshmen App Deadline:                             Transfer: Students must be in good academic
Rolling Admission                                            standing to enroll in most programs. Twelve
Early Decision (priority): December 1                        semester hours of credit required for transfer
Regular Decision: February 1                                 applicants. Residency rule is 30 semester hours and
Fall 2011 Scholarship Deadline: December 1                   half the major at Xavier.
(priority); February 1 (Regular)                             http://www.xavier.edu/transfer-admission/
2010-2011 Tuition & Fees: $29,300                            Transfer App Deadline: March 15th for fall.
2010-2011 Room & Board: $9,900                               November 15th for spring.
Academic Scholarships: Yes                                   Transfer Scholarships: Offered in varied
                                                             amounts. We also offer Phi Theta Kappa
                                                             scholarships, valued at $13,000 per year.
                                                             http://www.xavier.edu/transfer-admission/financial-
                                                             aid.cfm

Athletic Division: NCAA Division I League: Atlantic- 10

Founded in 1831, Xavier University is a private, liberal arts university located in Cincinnati, Ohio. Xavier is the
sixth-oldest Catholic university in the nation, and one of 28 Jesuit colleges and universities nationwide. Xavier
has continually been recognized as one of the top 10 universities in the Midwest for the last 16 years by U.S.
News & World Report. Xavier students can chose from over 81 majors within 3 colleges, including our unique
majors in Entrepreneurship, Occupational Therapy, Sports Management & Marketing, and a direct-entry
Nursing program.

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                                                    What is RACC?
The Regional Admission Counselors of California (RACC) is an organization composed of 62 admission
professionals, from 50 institutions, who work with students and counselors throughout California.

All of these out-of-state institutions are NACAC and/or WACAC members. They have dedicated the necessary resources
for a regional office to serve California schools and provide information on educational opportunities out of state.

WHAT CAN RACC DO FOR YOU AND YOUR STUDENTS?

 Signature RACC Events:
        o   Considering College Out-of-State, Creating Options in Your College Search – A college fair that
            features a 30 minute presentation, brief presentations from participating colleges and a mini-fair.

                “The RACC going out of state college fair was easy to set up and it had big impact with the nearly 300 attendees. It really
                bolstered the students and parents’ confidence by making the college search process more personable. They met and interacted
                with college reps who said, yeah, you can go to college and you have all kinds of options.” Maureen Roadman, Solutions


        o   Mini-Fairs: Day - Day time college fair visits during lunch and or free periods.
                "The RACC mini fairs also require minimal set up but provide maximum benefit. The advantage that the RACC mini fairs have
                provided to my students over the larger NACAC Fairs, is that they are able to have more meaningful conversations with the
                representatives without feeling hurried and there are even some colleges present at the RACC mini fair that do not participate in
                the larger fairs." Chris White, High Tech High

                “The RACC mini-fair is one of the events I look most forward to in the fall. It was a great way for our students to learn about
                over 20 out of state schools all at one time. Seeing so many colleges at once really got my students motivated to explore options
                they had never even considered before.” Myra Castro, Mater Dei High School

        o   RACC Case Studies Night – We will conduct a Case Studies night at your facilities

                ―The parents at my school loved the RACC Case Studies program. It helped clear up so many misconceptions about admissions,
                and working with the RACC representatives was easy and efficient. RACC representatives (also) work with my students each
                year on college interview techniques. Every year my students say it was one of the most valuable things they learned during the
                college process. ” Nancy Caine, St. Augustine High School


 We are a Resource

Admission professionals in RACC are available to assist you and your students with any questions you may
have about our respective institutions, admission process and standards.

 We Provide Speakers and Presenters

Many RACC members are available to speak or present on a variety of topics at college nights, summer camps, or to
individual classes. Topics include:

        Why Consider College Options Out-of-State, How to Write a College Essay, SAT/ACT General Info &
        Strategies, Choosing a Major, Financial Aid 101, Selecting a College, Private vs. Public, University Specific
        Programs, How to Get the Most Out of Tours, Interviewing, Selecting a Visual & Performing Arts College,
        Careers in the Arts, WUE, Why a Women's College and more.

To schedule a RACC event visit our web site or email Ed Devine at edevine@hpu.edu.

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