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NKU is located in highland Heights, kentucky

elizabeth Shelley Biological sciences major ELIZABETH SHELLEY participates in undergraduate research to stop the spread of White Nose Syndrome, a disease that has killed more than a million bats on the East Coast, causing multiple problems in ecosystems. “We went into parts of Mammoth Cave and swabbed bats. They would be hanging from the ceiling, and they weren’t like you would expect. They were sweet and docile, and they let us swab them on their wings and muzzles with really long Q-tips.”

josh Bohl When Josh Bohl, a finance major, was looking for a school, he wanted something specific: An environment that was close knit but that was also near a big city with big opportunity. NKU fit the bill. Bohl landed an internship at nearby General Electric in Cincinnati, where he helped analyze the finances of the energy department. “I’ve made some connections here and met some people. My experience is opening all kinds of doors. Having GE on your résumé looks really, really good.” Bohl is now working as a financial analyst for Hill-Rom., Inc.


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5 minutes to downtown Cincinnati Why put off your dreams? NKU undergraduates obtain first-hand, practical experience through research projects and co-op and internship experiences. NKU’s proximity to major national and international corporations gives students a chance to expand learning beyond the classroom.

keith Justice Athletic training major KEITH JUSTICE spent his time as a Cincinnati Bengals intern preparing the field for practice, taping up athletes, and taking care of injured athletes, giving them ice bags and massages, as well as transporting players to the hospital. Always a football fan, Justice says, “It was surreal spending time in an NFL locker room.” Justice’s internship experience prepared him for a position at the Hughston Clinic in Columbus, Ohio, and graduate school, where he is studying health and physical education.


UP CLOSE AND PERSONAL

24 17:1 81% average number of students in class

Student-toProfessor ratio

Engage in lively, interactive learning!

Our average class size is small – about 24 students. At NKU, you will get to know your professors; NKU provides what feels like a private school education at a public school cost.

of professors hold terminal degrees in their field of study

“The research exposu re I obtained at NKU wa s instr umental in my pr eparation for medical sc hool. Perhaps the best part of my preparation wa s my mentors – my profess ors. I was for tunate to be in the good hands of the most dedicated faculty for teaching and advising on biolog y, research an d pre-medicine.”

Burhan M ohamedali ‘03


More atthan 70 majors generated BeQRious.com COLLEGE OF ARTS & SCIENCES Associate Degree Programs  Criminal Justice  Integrative Studies

Bachelor’s Degree Programs  Anthropology  Art  Biological Sciences  Chemistry  Criminal Justice  Electronic Engineering Technology  English  Environmental Science  French  Geography  Geology  German  Graphic Design  History  Integrative Studies  International Studies  Mechanical & Manufacturing Engineering Technology  Mathematics  Music  Organizational Leadership  Philosophy  Physics  Political Science  Psychology  Social Studies  Sociology  Spanish  Statistics  Theatre

COLLEGE OF EDUCATION & HUMAN SERVICES

Bachelor’s Degree Programs  Athletic Training  Counseling & Human Services  Early Childhood Education  Elementary Education  Exercise Science  Health Education  Middle Grades Education  Physical Education  Secondary Education  Social Work  Special Education

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Pre-Professional Programs  Pre-Dentistry  Pre-Engineering  Pre-Forestry  Pre-Law  Pre-Medicine  Pre-Optometry  Pre-Pharmacy  Pre-Physical Therapy  Pre-Physician Assistant  Pre-Veterinary Medicine  Pre-Wildlife Management

What careers are available with my major?

COLLEGE OF BUSINESS

Associate Degree Programs  Construction Technology  Pre-Business Studies

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Bachelor’s Degree Programs  Accountancy  Business Administration  Business Education  Career & Technical Education  Construction Management  Construction Management – Surveying  Economics  Entrepreneurship  Finance  Human Resource Management  Management  Marketing  Sports Business

• Take classes online or in traditional face-to-face classes. • Complete your degree online – NKU offers eight online degree programs.

COLLEGE OF HEALTH PROFESSIONS

• These classes are online and through PACE.

Associate Degree Programs  Radiologic Technology  Respiratory Care

Online programs are in red type.

• Earn your degree through the Program for Adult Centered Education, which offers adults an accelerated face-to-face evening option with courses offered every eight weeks as opposed to 16-week semesters. PACE programs are in green type.

Online PACE programs are in blue type.

Bachelor’s Degree Programs  Health Science  Nursing  RN to BSN

COLLEGE OF INFORMATICS

Bachelor’s Degree Programs  Business Informatics  Communication Studies  Computer Information Technology  Computer Science  Electronic Media & Broadcasting  Journalism  Library Informatics  Media Informatics  Public Relations

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NK U’s und erg rad uate sci enc e ce nte r is one of the mo st tec hno log ica lly advanc ed in the Midw est.

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GO NORSE! NCAA Division II

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SPIRIT GROUPS:

Basketball

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Cheerleading

Cross Country Basketball

Norse Force

Golf

Cross Country Dance Team

Softball

Golf

Soccer

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Tennis

Tennis

Pep Band

Track Volleyball

Home of the 2010 NCAA II Men’s Soccer Champions.

FOR MORE INFORMATION: Office of Intercollegiate Athletics (859) 572-5193 www.nkunorse.com


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Involvement in a student organization can enhance your résumé — from project management to teamwork, from fundraising to planning and organizing meetings and events — a résumé that shows campus and community involvement is valued by employers.

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Checklist for Admissions TRANSFER APPLICANTS:

Students who have attempted coursework for credit at another regionally accredited college or university.  Apply for undergraduate admissions at apply.nku.edu.  Pay the $40 non-refundable application fee.  Submit official college transcripts from all regionally accredited institutions you have previously or are currently attending. If you have completed fewer than 24 transferable hours, you will also need to submit:  Official high school transcripts or GED scores.  ACT/SAT or Compass scores. Once all credentials are received, your application for admission will be reviewed; coursework completed with a grade of D- or better will be evaluated. Courses judged developmental in content will not be considered for credit but will satisfy class prerequisites. To be considered for transfer admission, you must: • Have a minimum GPA of 2.0 on a four-point scale. • Be eligible to return to the last college you attended. SELECTIVE ADMISSION: Admission to the university does not ensure acceptance into selective-admission degree programs. Please visit transfer.nku.edu/selective to view the transfer admission requirements set forth by the following selective admission programs: biological sciences, communication studies (online), criminal justice, international studies, political science, music, theatre, nursing, radiologic technology and respiratory care.

Transfer Deadlines Transfer Admission Deadlines Early Action

Fall March 15

Priority

May 1

Assured Consideration

June 1

Final

Deadline Definitions

Spring

August 1

November 1 December 1

Early Action: Incoming transfer students interested in NKU scholarships must apply for both admission and scholarships by this deadline. Priority: We recommend that you apply and submit all your required credentials as soon as you decide to attend NKU to allow adequate time for us to evaluate your admissions file and transfer coursework. Assured Consideration: Students applying after this deadline date run the risk of not being admitted if NKU reaches its capacity for new transfer students. Final: This is the last day that students interested in transferring to NKU can apply and be considered for admission to NKU.


09 KCTCS Scholars Award | $2,500

Incoming transfer students who wish to be considered for this scholarship must submit both an admissions application and the KCTCS Scholars Award application by May 1. Please review the eligibility requirements and access the KCTCS Scholars Award application at transfer.nku.edu/kctcs. This award is for students entering in the fall semester only. GUIDELINES: Fall transfer applicants transferring from a KCTCS college with at least 36 earned semester hours and a 2.5 cumulative grade-point average are considered for this scholarship on a competitive basis. Go to transfer.nku.edu/kctcs to review eligibility requirements.

Out-of-State Award | $2,000

Fall: August 1 | Spring: December 1 Awarded automatically to incoming transfer students who meet the award guidelines and submit their admissions application and all required credentials by the published deadline. GUIDELINES: Fall and spring transfer applicants are eligible if they transfer 60 semester hours (90 quarter hours) of credit or more to NKU, have a minimum 2.0 grade-point average, are academically eligible to return to the last college attended, are admitted with no restrictions or academic deficiencies, and enroll in at least 12 semester hours. This award is open to all non-Kentucky residents, including international students. Students majoring in PACE or online degree programs or who have already received a bachelor’s degree are not eligible for this award. Please review the eligibility requirements at transfer.nku.edu.

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2011-12 Undergraduate Tuition Undergraduate Student Tuition (12-16 credit hours)

Per Semester

Annual

In-State / Resident

$3,744

$7,488

Metropolitan Rate*

$6,084

$12,168

Out-of-State

$7,488

$14,976

Indiana Rate**

$4,188

$8,376

Part-Time Tuition (up to 12 hours)

Per Credit Hour

In-State / Resident

$312

Metropolitan Rate*

$507

Out-of-State/Non-Resident

$624

Indiana Rate**

$349

PACE Majors

$337

Online Program Majors

$347

*Metropolitan Rate: Ohio residents in Adams, Brown, Butler, Champaign, Clark, Clermont, Clinton, Darke, Delaware, Fairfield, Fayette, Franklin, Greene, Hamilton, Highland, Licking, Madison, Miami, Montgomery, Pickaway, Pike, Preble, Scioto, Ross, Union and Warren counties are eligible for the metropolitan tuition rate. This rate is subject to change and can be discontinued any time. **Indiana Rate: Indiana residents of Dearborn, Franklin, Jefferson, Ohio, Ripley and Switzerland counties are eligible for the Indiana tuition rate. Students must be enrolled in undergraduate degree-seeking programs and may pursue their degree on fullor part-time basis. This rate is renegotiated annually.

Undergraduate Ohio Tuition Reciprocity (for transfer students only) This agreement extends reciprocity tuition rates to those residents of certain Ohio counties who meet the program/residency requirements. Parking fees and any required course or lab fees are not included in tuition rate.

As of the 2011-12 academic year, students must meet all of the following eligibility criteria: • Must have earned an associate degree from University of Cincinnati or one of UC’s branch campuses (including Blue Ash College and Clermont College), Cincinnati State Technical and Community College, Clark State Community College or Southern State Community College. • Must be working toward a first bachelor’s degree and not majoring in early childhood education, environmental science, criminal justice or nursing. • Must be a resident of Adams, Brown, Butler, Clermont, Clinton, Fayette, Hamilton, Highland or Warren County.


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University Housing Rates 2011-12

Annual

Kentucky/Commonwealth (traditional halls)............................... $3,640 University Suites (2/4 bedrooms).....................................$5,000/$5,750 Norse Hall Apts...................................................................................$4,270 Woodcrest Apts. (1/3 bedrooms)......................................$5,350/$5,650 Woodcrest Apts. Efficiency..............................................................$6,350 Callahan Hall with half bath (Premium/Standard).......$4,700/$4,200 First-time students are required to have a meal plan. Average annual meal plan costs $2,720. Norse Hall Apart ments

Choose from a variety of living options – traditional halls, universities suites or on-campus apartments. Take a virtual tour of all living options at housing.nku.edu.

Financial Assistance

Apply for federal, state and institutional aid programs by completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). You are encouraged to complete the FAFSA online at fafsa.ed.gov. You will need a copy of your and/or your parents’ most recent W2s and tax return. When completing the FAFSA, be sure to indicate the NKU school code #009275. The financial aid priority deadline is February 1.


BLACK & GOLD DAY We suggest you visit during one of our Black and Gold Days if you wish to talk with NKU professors.

Saturday, October 29, 2011 Saturday, November 12, 2011 RSVP online at visit.nku.edu or call our Welcome Center at (859) 572-1400 or toll free at (800) 637-9948.

Contact Us Office of Admissions-Transfer Services Lucas Administrative Center 400 Nunn Drive, Highland Heights, KY 41099 Phone: (859) 572-5220 Toll Free: (800) 637-9948 Fax: (859) 572-6665 Website: transfer.nku.edu

This publication was prepared by Northern Kentucky University and printed with state funds (KRS 57.375). Northern Kentucky University is committed to building a diverse faculty and staff for employment and promotion to ensure the highest quality of work force and to foster an environment that embraces the broad range of human diversity. The university is committed to equal employment opportunity, affirmative action, and eliminating discrimination. This commitment is consistent with an intellectual community that celebrates individual differences and diversity, as well as a matter of law. Discrimination against any individual based upon protected status, which is defined as age, color, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran status, is prohibited. The university will provide equal opportunity to all employees in regard to salaries, promotions, benefits and working conditions and will monitor these areas to ensure that any differences that may exist are the result of bona fide policies and procedures and are not the result of illegal discrimination. MC00965

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