UNG Dual Enrollment Advisors

Report
Dual Enrollment
January 27 & 28, 2014
University Overview Video
• One university on four campuses
University of North Georgia Overview
16,000 Students
7th Largest Public University in the State
Over 50 Associate Degree Programs
We Still Have Access Mission
Over 50 Bachelor’s Degree Programs
Competitive Bachelor’s Admission
13 Master’s Degree Programs + DPT
278 Dual Enrolled Students
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Gainesville Campus
6, 960 students
Age Range: 16-84 years old
Average Age: 21
Associate: 3.07 GPA, 967 SAT, 20 ACT
Bachelors: 3.46 GPA, 1122 SAT, 22 ACT
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dahlonega Campus
5,650 bachelor’s students
620 master’s students
43% men; 57% women
33% live on campus; 67% commute
Corps of Cadets 12% of bachelor’s students
3.64 GPA; 2940 FI; 1120 SAT; 24 ACT
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Oconee Campus
2,501 students
Bachelor’s: 3.36 GPA, 1115 SAT, 23 ACT
Associate: 3.1 GPA, 992 SAT, 21 ACT
Some Associate Degrees Offered
Transition to Gainesville or Dahlonega
To Complete Bachelor’s Degree
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Cumming Campus
735 students
Bachelor’s: 3.43 GPA, 1153 SAT, 24 ACT
Associate: 3.09 GPA, 1014 SAT, 22 ACT
MBA Housed Here
Core Curriculum Offered – Transition to
Complete Degree
Apply now at www.ung.edu
University of North Georgia
2013 U.S. News & World Report 22d among public universities in the 14
southern states: lowest debt load per student after graduation
Ranked as one of Kiplinger’s top public college 100 values in the nation
in 2012
NCAA Division II Peachbelt Conference
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Colleges, Departments
and Majors
January 27 & 28, 2014
Colleges, Departments and Majors
• College of Arts and Letters
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Communication/Media Studies/Journalism
English
Political Science and International Affairs
World Languages and Cultures
Psychological Science
Theater
Criminal Justice
History/Anthropology/Philosophy
Military Science
Music
Sociology & Human Services
Visual Arts
Colleges, Departments and Majors
• Mike Cottrell College of Business
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Paralegal Studies
Technology Management
Accounting
Finance
Management
Marketing
Business and Marketing Education
Computer Science
• College of Education
– Health, Physical Education and Recreation
– Teacher Education
Colleges, Departments and Majors
• College of Health Sciences and
Professions
– Clinical Mental Health Counseling
– Nursing
– Physical Therapy
• College of Mathematics and
Science
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Biology
Chemistry/Biochemistry
Mathematics
Physics
• Institute for Environmental and Spatial
Analysis
Centers and Programs
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Honor’s Program (3.5 GPA and 1150 SAT)
Center for Global Engagement and Study Abroad
Center for Undergraduate Research and Creative Activities
University College
Chinese Language Flagship
Career Services
Dual Enrollment Programs
Keith Antonia
January 27 & 28, 2014
Why Dual Enroll?
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Get a head start on college –
graduate college earlier,
therefore, less expense.
Helps satisfy HOPE
requirement to take
advanced classes.
If part-time Accel, you can
still participate in high school
or college activities.
If MOWR, you can
participate in college
activities.
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dual Enrollment Programs - Associate
Move on When Ready
Full Time Student on Cumming, Gainesville
and/or Oconee Campuses
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HS GPA: 3.5
SAT: 530 Critical
Reading; 530 Math
ACT: 23English; 23
Math
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dual Enrollment Programs – Bachelor’s
Accel: Full or Part Time
Student – Any Campus
HS GPA: 3.25
SAT: 480 Critical Reading;
 440 Math
Combined Score: 970
ACT: 20 English; 18 Math
Composite Score: 20
Move on When Ready:
Full Time Student – Any
Campus
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HS GPA: 3.7
SAT: 600 Critical
Reading; 600 Math
Combined Score 1200
ACT: 26 English; 26
Math
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dual Enrollment Costs
Accel:
• No mandatory fees! Save $
hundreds
• No tuition
MOWR:
• Pays up to 12 credit hours of
tuition – student pays
additional
• No fees
Estimated Book Costs: $100 $125 per course = $500-$600
Apply now at www.ung.edu
How and When Do I Apply?
Accel and MOWR:
• Go see your guidance counselor to
determine what courses you should
take
• Apply to the Accel program on
GACollege411 or fill out MOWR
Permission to Participate and
checklist
• Determine your eligibility at your
desired college
• Apply for admission to the college
• Work with the college and high
school counselor to register for
classes
Apply now at www.ung.edu
How and When Do I Apply?
Accel and MOWR:
• Deadlines:
• Fall semester – July 1
• Spring semester –
November 1st
• On-line application for
admission + $30 fee
• Official high school transcripts
• Official SAT or ACT scores
• Lawful presence verification
• MOWR: Permission to
Participate and checklist
Apply now at www.ung.edu
UNG Dual Enrollment Advisors
Oconee Campus:
Ms. Angie Murrell
Gainesville Campus:
Mr. Charles Bell
Cumming Campus:
Ginny McEver
Dahlonega Campus:
Derick Sutton
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Transition from DE to
Traditional Freshmen at UNG
No need to reapply or
pay another app fee!
Just visit the Admissions department by
July 1st to transition your file to a
Traditional Freshmen admit.
Admissions Criteria
January 27 & 28, 2014
Associate Admissions Criteria
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*Applicants who do not complete all curriculum requirements in
the 5 academic subject areas may be eligible for provisional
admission. If admitted, these students must make up their
deficiencies according to established guidelines.
17 Required High School
Curriculum Units*
Freshman Index (FI) of 1640
or Higher
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Minimum test scores
SAT 330 Critical Reading
and 310 Math
ACT 12 English 14 Math
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Full Admission test scores
SAT 480 Critical Reading
and 440 Math
ACT 20 English and 18 Math
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Bachelor’s Admissions Criteria
Minimum SAT CR: 480 (Average 562)
Minimum SAT Math: 440 (Average 555)
Minimum SAT 920 (Average1117)
Average GPA: 3.62
Minimum ACT English: 20 (Average 25)
Minimum ACT Math: 18 (Average 24)
Average ACT Composite 24
Acceptance Rate for Freshman:
Less than 50%
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Admissions Deadlines
Bachelor’s Degree
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Fall:
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Rolling Admission 2900+ Freshman Index
 Early Action November 15
 Regular Admission February 15
Spring: November 1st
Summer: April 1st
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Associate Degree
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Fall: July 1st
Spring: November 1st
Summer: April 1st
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Cost
Director of Admissions Keith Antonia
January 27 & 28, 2014
Associate Tuition and Fees
Full Time/Semester = 15 Hours
• $1,459 tuition + $407 (all
campuses) fees = $1,866
Estimated Book Costs: $100 $125 per course = $500-$600
Part Time
• $97 per credit hour
• Plus pro-rated mandatory fees
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Bachelor’s Tuition and Fees
Full Time/Semester = 15 Hours
• Gainesville: $2,487 tuition + $407 fees
= $2,894
• Dahlonega: $2,487 tuition + $859 fees
= $3,346
Estimated Book Costs: $100 $125 per course = $500-$600
Part Time
• $166 per credit hour
• Plus pro-rated fees
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dahlonega Bachelor’s Room and Board
Full Time Resident Student
• $1,598 Traditional Res Halls
• $2,451 Suite-Style Res Halls
• $3,239 Apartment Res Halls
Board
• $1,977 All Access
• $1,838 15-Meals
• $1,747 10-Meals
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Dahlonega Bachelor’s Total
Tuition + Fees + Books +
Room + Meals Range:
• $7,191
• $9,162
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Financial Aid
January 27 & 28, 2014
Financial Aid – You Can Afford UNG
HOPE and Zell Miller HOPE
(New requirement to take advance classes)
Student Loans
(Subsidized and
Unsubsidized)
Pell Grants
Federal Work Study
Parent Plus Loans
www.FAFSA.ed.gov
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Financial Aid
FAFSA: Free Application for
Federal Student Aid
Fall Semester March 15th
Spring Semester November 1st
Summer Semester April 1st
www.FAFSA.ed.gov
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Corps of Cadets
January 27-28, 2014
Corps of Cadets
The Corps of Cadets serves as a leadership, character,
and academic development laboratory where Cadets
put into practical use the skills and theory that they
learn in the classroom. The primary purpose is to
prepare our Cadets to serve as commissioned Army
officers. The secondary purpose is to prepare Cadets
who do not or cannot commission, for life and
leadership roles in the civilian world.
Apply now at www.ung.edu
Corps of Cadets
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40+ Army ROTC Scholarships
42 Georgia Military Scholarships
20 Leadership Scholarships
Georgia ROTC Grant
Georgia Future Officers Grant
Bachelors in Dahlonega only
Residential program
Looking for scholar/athlete/leaders.
Visiting UNG
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+ Campus Visits
+ Open House
+ Federal Service Language
Academy
+ STEM and Summer Language
Institutes this summer
January 27 & 28, 2014
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