ROOM NUMBER TEACHER UNIVERSITY
129 MR. LANDRUM OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY
131 MR. HERMOSILLO UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY
109 MS LOH SYRACUSE UNIVERSITY
110 MS HERNANDEZ MARQUETTE UNIVERSITY
115 MR. HAYNES UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA
116 MR. RUBIO UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON
117 MS. MORRIS DUKE UNIVERSITY
118 MR. KIM UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA
201 MR HOBBS NOTRE DAME UNIVERSITY
202 MS ROMERO UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS
203 MS. FRIEDMAN UNIVERSITY OF RICHMOND
204 MS. FELIX PURDUE UNIVERSITY
205 MS. MARSH VIRGINIA COMMONWEALTH UNIVERSITY
206 MS. BYERLY FLORIDA STATE UNIVERSITY
207 MR. DIAZ GONZAGA UNIVERSITY
208 MS. PENAFLOR UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN
210 MR. AKWABOAH BUTLER UNIVERSITY
211 MR. VAEZAZIZI UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA LOS ANGELES
212 MR. SAUCEDO UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
213 MR. GERSTMAN BRIGHAM YOUNG UNIVERSITY
221 MR. MORENO KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY
222 MS. SAMMUELIAN UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT
223 MR. PANGILINAN SAN DIEGO STATE UNIVERSITY
Advisory teachers: During the month of March, top college basketball teams compete for the national championship. To help
students learn about more colleges in a fun way, we will be having a March Madness Advisory for the next two weeks. Each
advisory will be assigned a college that has clinched one of the top 32 spots (hopefully one of advisory will select the winning team).
During the next two weeks, your advisory students must research the college they are assigned. Your advisory students must create
an admissions brochure for the college and create a poster highlighting the university. By creating an admissions brochure and
poster, your students will learn how to research colleges and university information. Winners will be selected based on the
Best College Information
The Advisory whose university wins March madness
GOOD LUCK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! THE PRIZE IS FREE DRESS!!!!!!!!!!
The admissions brochure should be cohesive and the information should be written well (information should not be copied and
pasted). Select at least 2 students to work on each dark bullet point and have at least 2 people put the information together in the
admissions brochure. You may not use the admissions flier created by the university/college as the final product. Please print out 5
copies of the brochure (one for you to grade, two for students use and refer to during the college fair, and the rest for the
counseling office). The admissions brochure must have the following (you may add more information):
Brief Introduction/History of the School
o When was it founded/established? Where is it located?
o Write a brief history of the school.
o What type of university/college is it? Is it a public or private university/college? Is it in a rural, suburban, or large
city? What is the school size (small, medium, big)
o What is the minimum Grade Point Average needed for admissions (what is the average)?
o Do you need to take a college standardized test to be eligible for admissions
If you need to take a college-standardized test do you need to take the ACT w/ writing, SAT Reasoning
Test, SAT Subject test?
What are the test scores do students need to earn in order to be considered for eligibility (what are the
Is there a formula with the grade point average and college-standardized tests that admission counselors
use to consider a student for admissions?
o How many clubs or organizations are established at the university/college?
o What is the percentage of students that participate in the fraternity/sorority life?
o What can students do around the university? Is it located at or near a famous sight seeing site (i.e. Disneyland,
National Parks, Hollywood, New York City)? If yes, what are they?
o What is the ethnicity/race breakdown? What is the female to male ratio?
o What is the percentage of students who commute? What is the percentage of students who live on campus?
o College Sports – What sports are the college/university known for?
o Is it a Division 1 school? If not, what division is it?
o What is the cost of attendance?
Tuition, books and supplies, housing information (living on campus, living off campus, living with parents),
personal expenses, and transportation.
o How many students receive financial aid or what is the percentage of students who receive financial aid?
o What are popular university scholarships does the school offer?
o What are the most popular majors? What are most unique majors? Are there any special or unique programs at
the school (i.e. Some schools have a 3-2 program that allow a student to earn a bachelor’s degree, master’s
degree, and teaching credential within 5 years)
o What is the student to faculty ratio?
o What majors can students minor in? What major has the highest enrollment? What major has the lowest?
o What majors are they known for? What is the most popular major?
o What is the address of the school?
o What are the phone numbers of the following: Housing Office, Admissions Office, Financial Office, Testing Office,
Unique facts about the school - List at least 5 unique things about you school (famous people who have attended the
school, etc., major research that has been published)
Pictures – Find pictures of the school (areal view if possible), famous landmarks of campus, campus buildings, etc. There
should be a caption for each of the pictures.
UNIVERSITY POSTER (DOES NOT HAVE TO BE DOOR SIZE)
4 people - Create a poster that will catch the attention of the students. The posters will be setup as banners during the
college fair The poster should include the following: Name of the School, Quick Facts, the mascot of the school, etc.
College Fair – Select four people who will be “college recruiters” for the University. They will be expected to be able to reference
the admissions brochure and answer any questions regarding the universities. They should be able to answer the following:
What is the admissions rate for last year? What is the student population of the campus? What percentage of your students graduate
in four years? Who is the President or Chancellor of the Campus? How many libraries are there on campus? What is the crime rate?