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Shawnee Mission

COLLEGE CLINI C GUI DE e d i u G s i h t Bring u to o y h t wi c i n i l C e g e l l Co Wednesday, October 13, 2010 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Shawnee Mission East High School 75th & Mission Road


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Who Should Go to College Clinic? Just about everyone.

Our figures include tuition, fees, room and board. These figures are based upon the current school year.

For freshmen and sophomores it’s a chance to get a head start on planning.

Scholarship Information

Juniors and seniors can get specific questions answered face-to-face. If you already know where you’d like to go, it’s a chance to make a good impression. Take a parent. You know how they like to be involved and may even think of questions you haven’t.

How can this Guide Help Me?

Read through the catalogs, look at the web site, talk to the reps, make a visit and then ask yourself, "Do I want to learn and live here for four years?"

Approximate Cost per Year

Valuable information regarding each college is provided within this guide. Please use it to better inform yourself and to help narrow your research of colleges. The following information is included for those Colleges attending the Clinic.

Location How far from home do you want to be? What about travel ? Do you prefer a certain part of the country? A certain climate? Do you want to strike out on your own or be with people you already know?

Undergraduate Enrollment Give some thought to how you can best succeed in terms of the faculty to student ratio and the student population.

Middle 50% Test Scores Many colleges require either the SAT or ACT tests. Average freshman scores are listed to show you where you place amongst your peers. Be aware that some colleges also require SAT Subject Tests. Check the college’s website for exact requirements. Test dates are listed on the inside back cover of this guide.

Tremendous scholarship opportunities exist at many colleges, making it easier to consider an out-of-state or private school. Check with the college to clarify financial aid packages.

Web Address You can get a lot of information about a school from its web site. To get a more detailed perspective, search student web pages, the campus newspaper, sites provided by various departments and faculty, and sites that compare schools.

What is the College Clinic Planner & How do I use it? To fully utilize the College Clinic resources, please use the planner provided on page 12. AND please, remember to bring it with you to College Clinic. Before College Clinic Mark the schools you want to learn more about, noting which ones are giving in-room presentations and which ones have browsing tables. Write them in the planner in the appropriate spots. When you arrive Pick up a location chart which will show you specific college locations and look at information boards for last minute updates. Note these locations on the planner to be fully prepared. Note the locations on the planner to be fully prepared.


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How’s College Clinic Set Up? Each college chooses either a "room" format or a "browsing" format. The "room" colleges will be making presentations in designated classrooms. Please check the location chart (available at the entrances) for the colleges exact location. Colleges making presentations do so on the half hour at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 p.m. Please enter these sessions only at the beginning and stay for the entire discussion. The colleges with browsing tables are located in the gyms and cafeteria and can be visited anytime between 6:30 and 9:00 p.m. Please check the floor plan for exact locations.

What about Parking? Park and walk from the SME lots off 75th Street or Mission, the P.V. Pool and Tennis lots off Delmar, or at these locations: Medical & Professional Building 7501 Mission Road Office Building 7455 Mission Road Prairie Village Office Center 7301 Mission Road Due to high school lots filling quickly, a free shuttle bus runs from 6:00 to 9:30 p.m. every 15 minutes from: Brighton Gardens 71st and Mission Road Do not block fire lanes or use City Hall or Police Department lots. You will be ticketed.

Questions to Ask the Reps To find out‌ 1. What makes this the school for me? What makes this school special or unique? What are the strongest areas of study? What are new or special programs? What is the student/faculty ratio? What are the opportunities for study abroad? What student activities are available?

2. Am I likely to be accepted? What is the average GPA of those accepted? What percentage is in the top 10 percent of their high school class? In the top 50 percent?

3. How likely am I to get financial aid? What types of financial aid can I apply for? What percentage of freshmen receive financial aid? What percentage continue to get aid after freshman year? What is the average freshman grant/ loan? What job opportunities exist on and off campus?

4. Where will I live? Are students required to live on campus? For how long? What is student housing like? What kind and how much off-campus housing is there? What percentage of students live on/ off campus? Where do fraternity and sorority members live?

We expect approximately 5,000 attendees, please plan your visit accordingly. Brighton Gardens is a great option for park and ride. Shuttles leave every 15 minutes. Please avoid parking in the City Hall or Police Department lots, as this will result in a ticket.


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Do you want to go to college with your high school class mates or strike out on your own?

How do I Find Out More? 1. Counseling Office: Check there for college planning guides and other information, including web sites. Some of our favorites: For scholarship & financial aid info finaid.org, collegenet.com/mach25, and fastweb.com For testing info ets.org, act.org and collegeboard.com For a virtual college tour campustours.com For colleges with a desired major petersons.com 2. College Guides: There are several guides that do a good job comparing colleges:

COME PREPARED! This is your best chance to ask important questions.

• The Insiders Guide to Colleges • Barrons’ Profiles of American Colleges • The College Handbook • Fiske Guide to Colleges • Choosing the Right College • Colleges That Change Lives: 40 Schools You Should Know About Even If You’re Not A Straight-A Student • The Unofficial Unbiased Guide to the 331 Most Interesting Colleges 3. Course Catalogs: They will give you an idea of what’s available but are not the best way to compare schools. Courses listed may be very different from how they’re described or no longer offered. At some schools, student organizations rank courses and professors. If you visit a school, try to find such ranking. It could give you a more realistic idea of what courses-and the people who teach them-are really like.

4. College Visit: Try to make at least one visit when school is in session. In addition to the formal interview and tour, arrange to sleep in a dorm and eat in the dining hall. Visit some classes, attend a game and visit the student union. Talk to as many students as possible to obtain different perspectives. 5. Your Counselor: A big part of your school counselor's job is to help with college selection. The more your counselor knows you and your college needs, the more they can help. 6. Your instincts: Above everything else, trust your instincts. If something tells you this is not the right place, it’s probably not. Choose a school where you can picture yourself living, learning and successfully completing your degree.

Honors Programs As the cost of education rises, students are finding an alternative to a big name school in the honors programs offered at many state universities. These programs can offer the best of both worlds: the class size and student teacher ratio of a small college with the resources and facilities of a large research institution. Many honors programs give students the option of living with other honors students and some even put classrooms and faculty offices in the building where the students live. Many institutions entice students with stipends and scholarships, an opportunity worth considering.


Colleges attending as of September 22, 2010 Name and Location

Table/ Underg %app Room Enrollmt accptd

Allen Community College, Iola, KS

T

Austin College, Sherman, TX

T

Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ

3000

mid 50% mid 50% SAT ACT

100%

50485

Avila University, Kansas City, MO

T

1000

50%

22-24

Belmont University, Nashville, TN

T

4800

69%

23-29

Baker University, Baldwin City, KS Beloit College, Beloit, WI

Benedictine College, Atchison, KS

T

T T

Bethany College, Lindsborg, KS

T

Brown Mackie College, Lenexa, KS

T

Bethel College, Newton, KS

Buena Vista University, Storm Lake, IA Carleton College, Northfield, MN

Central Christian College, McPherson, KS Central College, Pella, IA

Central Methodist University, Fayette, MO

Claremont McKenna College, Claremont, CA

Clark University, Worcester, MA

Clemson University, Clemson, SC

T

T

T T

T

1700

1100 1200

2200

T

2000

College of Wooster, Wooster, OH

T

Columbia College, Columbia, MO

T

Creighton University, Omaha, NE

2000

15000

T

1300 1800

2900

4000

21200

T

1200

T

50% 65%

1200 3584

4000

14;1

bakeru.edu

$11,000

989

22.1

$25,800

80% 33% 61%

74%

73% 17%

65%

50%

2200

1200

1180-1320

15;1

benedictine.edu

$10,150

10;1

99%

$10,800

3%

$500

96%

21

$23,900

97%

22 31

24

26-31

$34,944

$26,000

100% 90%

$18,956 $25,608

$10,000 $10,500

$53,230

$43,000

70%

$36,000

1200

26

$52,060 $45,668

90%

559-572

24.6

50%

1140-1350

24-29

86%

1130-1350

25-30

$39,742

11%

2120-2330

30-34

$52,973

55%

21

100% 65%

49%

2400

21.67

93%

$22,000

wooster.edu

14;1

ccis.edu

creighton.edu

$29.65

$10,000 $1,760

82% 98%

$18,500

44%

$30,715

50%

$36,000

510-630

22-27

$41,165

1200

27

49%

1260-1400

80%

28-31 23

$47,800

95%

$19,500

16;1

depaul.edu

10;1

denison.edu

dickinson.edu

92%

13;1

donnelly.edu

83%

12;1

drury.edu

$28,730

$6,000

98%

$26,031

$14,148

98%

$12,150

Duke University, Durham, NC

Rm

6200

17%

680-770

30-35

$53,390

40%

$30,560

Elon University, Elon, NC

T

5000

47%

1730-1960

24-29

$35,475

42%

Please check the school website for accuracy. The information provided cannot be guaranteed. SAT – schools may use 2400 as possible composite score with writing component Rm – formal 20 minute presentations in classroom at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 T – table in the gym or cafeteria where you may browse or visit informally uc – unconfirmed, attendance expected na – information not available at time of publication (W) – women’s college (M) – men’s college

davidson.edu

10;1

60%

$33,422

26

10;1

$49,820

24-29

1250

culver.edu

8;1 dartmouth.edu/admissions

depauw.edu

1060-1280

66%

13;1

cowley.edu

10;1

63%

24-29

17;1

$43,580

3500

1600

csbsju.edu

11;1

30%

$47,000

700

1200

11;1

cornellcollege.edu

65%

T

T

colgate.edu

colby.edu

11;1

$7,871

1000

Earlham College, Richmond, IN

10;1

10;1

coe.edu

$38,710

75%

T

T

coffeyville.edu

11;1

17;1 admissions.colostate.edu

$20,974

29-32 28

clarku.edu

$30,586

630-730 1290

cmc.edu

18;1

70% $12,000 12;1

30-33

central.edu

clemson.edu

$40,898

650-750

Doane College, Crete, NE

Drury University, Springfield, MO

10;1

$36,000

80% 1590-1860 23-28

centralchristian.edu

14;1

37%

3500

Drake University, Des Moines, IA

9;1

$51,990

33%

bvu.edu

16;1 centralmethodist.edu

30

T

T

14;1

1360-2030

$3,500

DeVry University, Kansas City, MO

Donnelly College, Kansas City, KS

14;1

34%

69%

2365

carleton.edu

$15,000

80%

bethelks.edu

9;1

13;1

85%

$6,900

bethanylb.edu

bmcconnection.com

$38,150

18

beloit.edu

18;1

23-27

16200

T

12;1

1070-1220

T

Dickinson College, Carlisle, PA

11;1

65%

100%

avila.edu

$9,000

$33,888

21-27

13;1

asu.edu

www.belmont.edu

75%

$52,110

23;1

13;1

18-25

1960-2220 29-33 980

$10,979

45%

95%

DePaul University, Chicago, IL

2100

95%

95%

$27,680

26%

T

800

4200

austincollege.edu

$6,000

22

1700

DePauw University, Greencastle, IN

$42,202

13;1

25%

65%

59%

T

T

$29,290

70%

100%

Davidson College, Davidson, NC

Denison University, Granville, OH

27

$28,350

allencc.edu

$27,000

T

Rm

640

24

$28,839

$41,309

$2,300

Website (www.)

18;1

21-27

Culver-Stockton College, Canton, MO Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH

1080-1260

24

23-29

75%

60%

2000

T

T

1170-1320

600

T

College of St. Benedict/St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN T

Cowley County Comm. College, Ark City, KS

500

350

T

Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, IA

600

T

Colby College, Waterville, ME

Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO

1500

1000

T

T

Colgate University, Hamilton, NY

1200

T

Coe College, Cedar Rapids, IA

Coffeyville Comm. College, Coffeyville, KS

1000

65%

1110

$6,700

T

1300

88%

Tuition % Rcvg Avg $ Stdt/Fac Rm Brd Schlshp Schlshp Ratio

$27,000 $44,000

70%

$22,000

13;1

devry.edu

9;1 admission.doane.edu

14;1 11;1

11;1

drake.edu duke.edu

earlham.edu

13;1 admissions@elon.edu


Name and Location

Emporia State University, Emporia, KS

Table/ Underg %app Room Enrollmt accptd

mid 50% mid 50% SAT ACT

T

4300

T

1400

Fort Scott Comm. College, Fort Scott, KS

T

2000

Gettysburg College, Gettysburg, PA

T

2600

40%

1300

1600

34%

1220-1460

Flint Hills Technical College, Emporia, KS

T

Fort Hays State University, Hays, KS

T

Fontbonne University, St. Louis, MO

Garden City Comm. College, Garden City,KS Graceland University, Lamoni, IA Grinnell College, Grinnell, IA

Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN Hamilton College, Clinton, NY

Hannibal-LaGrange College, Hannibal, MO Hastings College, Hastings, NE

Hawaii Pacific University, Honolulu, HI

T T T T T T

T

T

660

86%

22

$11,420

40%

85%

23

$28,000

75%

80%

9730

2500 1800 1200

1100

5000

21

100%

2100 1000

Tuition % Rcvg Avg $ Stdt/Fac Rm Brd Schlshp Schlshp Ratio

45% 65% 30% 60%

80%

70%

970

1160-1340

20

$3,500

$8,000

$5,000

$50,000

28-32

$45,828

23-29

670-760

$791

18;1

emporia.edu

$8,500

14;1

fontbonne.edu

25;1

fortscott.edu

11;1

gettysburg.edu

9;1

grinnell.edu

$1,000

$10,567

28

21

40%

$28,020

$41,500

30%

$1,000

70%

$32,000

88%

$21,957

75%

$880

94%

95%

hlg.edu

1100

23

$30,460

64%

$10,500

hastings.edu

13;1

hendrix.edu

20;1

highlandcc.edu

14;1

hutchcc.edu

$37,500

admission@iit.edu

1500

78%

1160-1360

27-32

$41,126

99%

$21,000

Highland Community College, Highland, KS

T

3600

95%

990

18

$8,000

90%

$2,000

Hutchinson Comm. College, Hutchinson, KS

T

8000

100%

$8,500

65%

2600

61%

1190-1370

28-31

69%

1090-1310

25-29

Hobart & William Smith College, Geneva, NY

T

500

5200

Illinois College, Jacksonville, IL

T

1000

Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, IL

T

2100

Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, IL Indiana University, Bloomington, IN

T T

32490

Johnson County Community College, OP, KS

T

20500

Kansas City Kansas Comm. College KC, KS

T

Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI

Kansas City Art Institute, Kansas City, MO

Kansas State U Tech & Aviation, Salina, KS Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS

T

T T

14000

60% 55%

1027

1160-1280 980-1000 1650

1180-1350

1500 5700

Mid America Nazarene University, Olathe,KS Millikin University, Decatur, IL

2685 400

8000

1800

T

14500

T

1000

T

T

13;1

70%

18;1

1160-1420

26-31

$40,365

68%

$15,000

12;1

1280-1430

28-32

$50,000

50%

$28,000

590-720

27-31 22.3 19

$27,000

$43,719

75%

$9,000

$10,000

$49,124

72%

$33,991

65%

1090-1270

24-29

900-1120

20-23

1050-1250

23-28

35000

60%

78%

1110-1280

60% 75%

jccc.edu

kcai.edu

kckcc.edu

salina.K-State.edu K-State.edu kwu.edu

knox.edu

luc.edu

29-33

60%

www.jwu.edu, http://jwu.edu/

14;1

2040-2180

60%

iwv.edu

admit.indiana.edu

lindenwood.edu

40%

22

ic.edu

13;1

$9,600

$21,000

1090

hws.edu

$20,110 91%

24-29

hesston.edu

lawrence.edu

$44,000

1120

16;1

hpu.edu

11;1

24-29

90%

15;1

$2,200

22.1

65% 60%

15;1

47%

53%

600

2300

$12,000

$14,000

1200

T

Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

97%

18;1

24

900

2000

T

$3,000

80%

T

Miami University, Oxford, OH

$30,000

$11,000

Macalester College, St. Paul, MN

McPherson College, McPherson, KS

$36,259

21

10000

T

11;1

$13,000

980

T

Marquette University, Milwaukee, WI

95%

1000

Loyola University Chicago, Chicago, IL

Maryville University St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

$43,500

95%

33%

T

26-30

$38,966

4800

Manhattan Christian College, Manhattan, KS

10;1

23

T

Loyola University New Orleans, New Orleans, LA T

97%

1510

Lehigh University, Bethlehem, PA

T

11;1

$30,700

80%

70%

T

$1,600

15;1

700

1400

Linn State Technical School

$34,400

7000

T

Lindenwood University, St. Charles, MO

85%

18;1

Knox College, Galesburg, IL

T

$52,168

12;1

75%

1090

Lawrence University, Appleton, WI

$27,576

18;1

24

72%

95%

T

21

100%

Both 18800

Kansas Wesleyan University, Salina, KS

21

10;1 admission@hamilton.edu 12;1

T

T

graceland.edu

14;1

Hendrix College, Conway, AR Hesston College, Hesston, KS

15;1

gcccks.edu

$15,000

94%

98%

17;1

fhsu.edu

gustavus.edu

$22,126

$28,920

17;1

fhtc.edu

12;1

22

23

15;1

$20,000

$51,760

1050

1080

Website (www.)

$42,000 $18,000

80%

10;1

11;1 11;1

linnstate.edu loyno.edu

10;1

macalester.edu

15;1

marquette.edu

15;1

mcpherson.edu

19;1

msu.edu

$3,500

17;1

$40,000

lehigh.edu

mccks.edu

24.7

$30,410

95%

$7,980

12;1

24-29

$37,250

70%

$4,000

17;1 admission@muohio.edu

21-26 24

Please check the school website for accuracy. The information provided cannot be guaranteed. SAT – schools may use 2400 as possible composite score with writing component Rm – formal 20 minute presentations in classroom at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 T – table in the gym or cafeteria where you may browse or visit informally uc – unconfirmed, attendance expected na – information not available at time of publication (W) – women’s college (M) – men’s college

$27,000 $37,400

$26,000 $36,000

99% 80%

100% 100%

$9,250 $8,000

$11,250 $13,500

12;1 12;1

maryville.edu

mnu.edu

millikin.edu


Name and Location

Table/ Underg %app Room Enrollmt accptd

mid 50% mid 50% SAT ACT

Missouri Baptist University, St. Louis, MO

T

1000

40%

Missouri State University, Springfield, MO

T

17000

67%

T

5800

Missouri Southern State Univ., Joplin, MO

T

Missouri Univ. Science & Technology,Rolla,MO

T

National American University, Overland Park, KS

T

Missouri Western State Univ., St. Joseph,MO Nebraska Wesleyan University, Lincoln, NE

Neosho County Comm. College, Chanute, KS Newman University, Wichita, KS

Northwest Missouri State Univ., Maryville,MO

T

5800

5400

94%

87%

1200-1410

98%

$24,960

92%

$7,500

20;1

mobap.edu

21-27

$12,550

56%

$5,227

20;1

missouristate.edu

26-31 21

100%

3600

100%

76%

$22,000

79%

$16,000

85%

$10,689

$3,000

75%

1020-1040

24%

1360-1530

22

$18,477

70%

$9,824 $2,170

80%

15;1

95%

13;1

okbu.edu

$27,000

99%

$10,000

14;1

$9,000

62%

$2,000

22-27

$30,420

99%

$10,750

Oberlin College, Oberlin, OH

T

2800

33%

28-32

$48,000

70%

$32,000

T

8000

1270-1450

1700

30-34 24.2

$56,000 $24,300

45%

14;1 11;1

Oklahoma City University, Oklahoma City, OK

T

Park University, Parkville, MO

Both

Peru State College, Peru, NE

T T

600

1535

T

6500

Pratt Community College, Pratt, KS

T

2400

Princeton University, Princeton NJ

Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN Regis University, Denver, CO

Research College of Nursing, Kansas City, MO Rhodes College, Memphis, TN

T

Rm

1500

5000

T

31100

T

300

T

930

1600

Pittsburg State University, Pittsburg, KS Pomona College, Claremont, CA

67%

1600

100% 15%

2060-2280

8%

62% 85%

59%

$37,680

990-1200

$40,000

80%

$10,000

$43,100

75%

$25,000

1530-1880

75%

Saint Louis University, St. Louis, MO

T

8100

Saint Luke’s College of Health Sciences, KC, MO T Saint Mary’s College, Notre Dame, IN

Simpson College, Indianola, IA

Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL

1071

20-26

T

1600

1500

62%

45% 1190-1350

85%

15551

Southwest Baptist University, Bolivar, MO

T

1600

90%

Spring Hill College, Mobile, AL

T

1400

87%

T

3000

56%

Southwestern College, Winfield, KS

St. John’s University, Collegeville, MN St. Olaf College, Northfield, MN

T

T T

6200

70%

50%

1200-1360 860-1160

700

4000

80%

1590-1860

25-30

22-27 21-25

pomona.edu

5;1

princeton.edu

95%

30%

rockhurst.edu

97%

$10,000

13;1

slu.edu

90%

$5,500

$2,000

92% 40%

$42,000

$500

$9,000

$52,900

65%

$34,000

$46,112

74%

$30,623

46%

$7,406

$20,936

75% 99%

$16,889

18;1

20;1

16;1

sewanee.edu

14;1

15;1

$27,500

99%

$9,000

12;1

23-28

$40,898

70%

$12,000

12;1

26-31

Please check the school website for accuracy. The information provided cannot be guaranteed. SAT – schools may use 2400 as possible composite score with writing component Rm – formal 20 minute presentations in classroom at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 T – table in the gym or cafeteria where you may browse or visit informally uc – unconfirmed, attendance expected na – information not available at time of publication (W) – women’s college (M) – men’s college

$36,980

$13,000

$45,300

$21,674

86%

scad.edu

10;1

14;1

20-21 21-27

salinatech.edu

scrippscollege.edu

12;1

$6,500

saintmarys.edu

15;1

80% 95%

stlcop.edu

8;1 saintlukescollege.edu

12;1

$44,000 $23,000

rhodes.edu

12;1

$12,500

$34,476

regis.edu

$18,000

100%

$44,580

10;1

purdue.edu

95%

$30,738

$40,500

$18,000

14;1

26-30 20-26

prattcc.edu

rice.edu

100% 640-740

8;1

17;1

5;1

$45,400

23-27

39%

peru.edu

pittstate.edu

rockhurst.edu

1580-1830

900

park.edu

10;1

85%

25

19%

T

Southern Methodist University, Dallas, TX

31-34

18;1

okcu.edu

ottawa.edu

$35,000

$41,874

5200

T

26-30

$500

20;1

oberlin.edu

14;1

24-29

T

Sewanee-University of the South, Sewanee, TN

25

65%

12;1

nwciowa.edu

$35,742

72%

7190

T

20-26

$35,000

T

Scripps College, Claremont, CA

400

1390-1530

23-29

$8,260

25

1659

T

Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ

130

1210-1360

54%

T

Salina Area Technical College, Salina, KS

Savannah College of Art/Design, Savannah, GA

1200

$4,525

$47,000

1700

T

22%

53%

690-790

75% 44%

$11,236

50%

$33,500

T

Saint Louis College of Pharmacy, St. Louis, MO

29-34

$17,060

$53,000

Rockhurst University, Kansas City, MO

3300

17-23

100%

1700

Rm

22

79%

T

Rice University, Houston, TX

21

neosho.edu

northwestern.edu

80%

Rm

13;1

7;1

1200

Ottawa University, Ottawa, KS

national.edu

nwmissouri.edu

T

Oklahoma Baptist University, Shawnee, OK

mst.edu

19;1 missouriwestern.edu

22;1

Northwestern College, Orange City, IA Northwestern University, Evanston, IL

16;1

newmanu.edu

$7,292

99%

$6,788

mssu.edu

T 6100

$29,000

82%

18;1

nebrwesleyan.edu

T

25

$11,000

13;1

T

80%

Website (www.)

23

21.7

323

1600

Tuition % Rcvg Avg $ Stdt/Fac Rm Brd Schlshp Schlshp Ratio

shu.edu

simpson.edu siu.edu

smu.edu

14;1

sbuniv.edu

13;1

shc.edu

22;1

gosc.com

csbsju.edu

stolaf.edu


Name and Location

Table/ Underg %app Room Enrollmt accptd

Stephens College, Columbia, MO

T

Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY

T

Sterling College, Sterling, KS

T

Tabor College, Hillsboro, KS

T

The George Washington University, Wash. DC

T

Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, TX The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH The University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

Trinity University, San Antonio, TX

Truman State University, Kirksville, MO

Tulane University, New Orleans, LA

University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL

University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR

University of Central Missouri, Warrensburg, MO University of Chicago, Chicago, IL

University of Colorado at Boulder, Boulder, CO

36600

T

2400

61%

5500

25%

T

T T

T

T

Rm

9700

5600

23700

15000 9000 8400

31.5

1600-1900 1890-2110

80%

55%

1100-1360 1210-1390 1150-1340

1090-2100 1000-1220

98%

85%

University of Missouri, Columbia, MO

Both 24000

6000

8000

60%

1940-2190 1060

80% 85%

T

12000

University of Notre Dame, Notre Dame, IN

T

8000

28%

1380-1500

University of Oregon, Eugene, OR

T

18000

85%

1000-1220

51%

1130-1360

University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK

University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA University of Puget Sound, Tacoma, WA

University of Saint Mary, Leavenworth, KS University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA

Both 18955

T Rm T

T

$28,000

14;1

24-31 27-31 25-30

29-32 21-28 25

22

22-28

16500

University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, NE

20%

1510-1838

T

University of Nebraska at Omaha, Omaha, NE

$56,875

89%

University of Missouri - St. Louis, St. Louis, MO

T

28-32

2500

21000

University of Missouri Kansas City, KC, MO

12;1

23-28

1140-1320

18700 9600

2600

500

95%

80%

73% 14%

1170

2030-2320

65%

T

14000

31%

T

25200

1250-1430

admissions.syr.edu

$13,790

1050-1240

54%

15;1

100%

73%

4900

stephens.edu

$27,000

23-29

24-29 25-30 22-27

28-32

$41,000 $30,000 $37,000 $40,324 $18,300

$53,860 $27,400

$8,000

80%

75% 52%

$57,590

osu.edu

15;1

truman.edu

20;1

gobama.ua.edu

16;1

ucmo.edu

83%

$29,855

$4,900

25%

45%

$1,000

96%

$10,060

$37,186

94%

$20,000

$46,999

tcu.edu

gwu.edu

94%

$14,600

$39,000

$15,800

tabor.edu

11;1

82%

$35,126

$46,725

14;1

sterling.edu

92%

50%

$42,041

14;1

$10,149

$14,800

$14,000

Website (www.)

16;1

23.3

7100

1090-1270

$8,000

100%

30-34

84%

95%

$25,500

1380-1560

T

T

$33,630

62%

T

University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, MI

26

18%

25000

T

50%

3000

T

University of Evansville, Evansville, IL

$33,000

600

1590-1870

Tuition % Rcvg Avg $ Stdt/Fac Rm Brd Schlshp Schlshp Ratio

22

22.3

T

T

1500

55%

12600 7640

T

University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS

700

70%

T

University of Dayton, Dayton, OH University of Denver, Denver, CO

800

mid 50% mid 50% SAT ACT

84% 85%

$28,632

10;1 8;1

17;1

utulsa.edu

trinity.edu

tulane.edu uark.edu

6;1

uchicago.edu

14;1

udayton.edu

18;1

8;1

colorado.edu du.edu

13;1

evansville.edu

70%

umich.edu

75%

umkc.edu

42%

20;1

18;1

23-27

$16,000

25%

25.6

$21,000

75%

19;1

$25,756

15;1

admissions.unledu

$27,029

18;1

ou.edu

24.1 23.3 25

$8,258

$12,300

$2,000

ku.edu

31%

$51,300

50%

24

$36,024

35%

19;1

uoregon.edu

87%

11;1

pugetsound.edu

$31,000

virginia.edu

30-34

25-30 21 32

$49,986

$47,040

$26,310

74%

$10,848

80%

$34,435

98%

$7,800

$19,743

12;1

missouri.edu

BEaMAV.com

32-34 25.9

$25,000

26;1

umsl.edu

6;1

12;1

nd.edu

upenn.edu

stmary.edu

University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI

T

1830-1980

26-30 admissions.wisc.edu

University Southern California, Los Angeles, CA

T

1990-2210

30-33

University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee, WI

15000

US Air Force Academy, Colorado Springs, CO

Both

US Air Force ROTC, Lawrence, KS

Rm

US Military Academy Westpoint, Westpoint, NY

Both

4400

Valparaiso University, Valparaiso, IN

T

2900

US Coast Guard Adademy, New London, CT US Naval Academy, Annapolis, MD

Vanderbilt University, Nashville, TN

Vassar College, Poughkeepsie, NY

Villanova University, Villanova, PA

Both Both Rm

T T

5000

45

900

24%

$24,716

30;1

$0

100%

full

90%

30%

$20,000

10;1

100%

full

15;1

$23,000

12;1

15%

13%

650

1272

30

28

$53,618

65%

10;1

$0

100%

$0

100%

15%

623-642

27-30

$0

79%

1440-1920

22-29

$38,000

8.50%

6800

18%

6300

25

20%

4500

2500

1100

23% 41%

570-710

1350-1520

1320-1490 1340-1440

30-34

29-33 30-33

Please check the school website for accuracy. The information provided cannot be guaranteed. SAT – schools may use 2400 as possible composite score with writing component Rm – formal 20 minute presentations in classroom at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 T – table in the gym or cafeteria where you may browse or visit informally uc – unconfirmed, attendance expected na – information not available at time of publication (W) – women’s college (M) – men’s college

$57,130

$51,470 $53,000

95%

full

usc.edu

8;1 academyadmissions.com ku.edu

9;1

uscga.edu

full 8:01 AM

usna.com

66%

60%

uwm.edu

$31,000

63%

usma.edu

valpo.edu

8;1

admissions.vanderbilt.edu

13;1

villanova.edu

9;1

vassar.edu


Name and Location

Table/ Underg %app Room Enrollmt accptd

mid 50% mid 50% SAT ACT

Tuition % Rcvg Avg $ Stdt/Fac Rm Brd Schlshp Schlshp Ratio

Website (www.)

12;1

vmi.edu

12;1

warren-wilson.edu

9;1

wlu.edu

Virginia Military Institute, Lexington, VA

T

1550

50%

1140

25

$34,098

70%

Warren Wilson College, Asheville, NC

T

900

60%

1169

25

$31,000

60%

16%

1360-1450

29-31

20%

2050-2290

31-34

Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC

T

4600

Wartburg College, Waverly IA

T

1800

65%

Washington College,Chestertown, MD

T

1400

65%

Washington & Lee University, Lexington, VA

T

Washington University in St. Louis, St. Louis, MO T Webster University, St. Louis, MO

T

1750 6000 2200

80%

Wellesley College, Wellesley, MA

T

2400

14%

Wesleyan University, Middletown, CT

T

2800

22%

T

1100

Wentworth Military Academy, Lexington, MO Western State College Colorado, Gunnison, CO Westminster College, Fulton, MO

T

T

100

2400

Wheaton College, Wheaton, IL

T

2900

Wichita State University, Wichita, KS

T

11000

T

1093

Whittier College, Whittier, CA

William Jewell College, Liberty, MO

William Woods University, Fulton, MO

York College, York, NE

T

T

T

1400

1100 500

50%

75% 70%

60%

65%

1180

1700

720

900

1800

1220-1400 1600

65%

51%

76%

1170-1200 1050

11;1

$36,955

99%

$10,000

26

$44,572

80%

$15,000

12;1

washcoll.edu

$9,000

12;1

explore.webster.edu

$10,000

15;1

24

19

32

21

26

$50,000 $48,000 $30,400 $49,794

$28,250

$54,097

$24,000

$26,600

35%

$27,350

60% 70% 58%

$35,300

44%

$31,800

100%

75%

97%

$9,500

27-31

$35,630

52%

$17,325

23.8

$12,000

60%

$2,000

100%

$14,900

24

26

22

90%

$47,000

$35,650

$25,200 $20,000

60%

99%

98%

$7,000

Please check the school website for accuracy. The information provided cannot be guaranteed. SAT – schools may use 2400 as possible composite score with writing component Rm – formal 20 minute presentations in classroom at 6:35, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00 and 8:30 T – table in the gym or cafeteria where you may browse or visit informally uc – unconfirmed, attendance expected na – information not available at time of publication (W) – women’s college (M) – men’s college

12;1

wfu.edu

24

683-694 920

$19,000

$51,910

9;1

wartburg.edu

wustl.edu

wellesley.edu wma.edu

9;1

wesleyan.edu

15;1

westminster-mo.edu

13;1

whittier.edu

22;1

12;1 17;1

western.edu

wheaton.edu wichita.edu

12;1

william.jewell.edu

12;1

york.edu

13;1

williamwoods.edu


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Notes:

The "best" college for a student is not necessarily the most prestigious but the college that offers a student the most opportunities to develop a student's interests.


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Test Schedules 2010 - 2011 * Times may change. Other locations are offered. Check with your counseling office.

SAT Reasoning and SAT Subject (Given at Shawnee Mission East) Register online: www.collegeboard.com Test Date

Regular Registration

Late Registration

November 6, 2010 December 4, 2010 January 22, 2011 March 12, 2011 May 7, 2011 June 4, 2011

October 8, 2010 November 5, 2010 December 23, 2010 February 11, 2011 April 8, 2011 May 6, 2011

October 22, 2010 November 19, 2010 January 7, 2011 February 25, 2011 April 22, 2011 May 20, 2011

Check with your high school counseling (Given at other area schools Check with your counseling office) Register online: www.act.org office if you have Regular Registration Late Registration Test Date any October 23, 2010 September 17, 2010 Sept 18-Oct 1, 2010 December 11, 2010 November 5, 2010 November 6-19, 2010 questions February 12, 2011 January 7, 2011 January 8-21, 2011 April 9, 2011 March 4, 2011 Mar 5-18, 2011 concerning June 11, 2011 May 6, 2011 May 7-20, 2011 the SAT or ACT Tests. College (Advanced Placement) Register in your Counseling Office web sites May 2 - 6, 2011 Monday - Friday May 9 - 13, 2011 Monday - Friday will tell you which tests are required PSAT ~ Though younger students may take the PSAT for practice, juniors for each must take it if they want to compete for National Merit Scholar status. It is given in the fall, usually in October. It is generally not required for college admission. college.

ACT

AP Exams

Test Smarts

ACT and SAT ~ These tests are most commonly taken in the spring of junior year or the fall of senior year. Many colleges require that scores from one of these tests be submitted with applications for admission. SAT Subject Tests ~ Some colleges require demonstration of subject mastery as evidenced by taking SAT Subject Tests. These tests are best taken right after completion of related coursework. So, students of all high school grades should consider taking these tests if their target colleges require them. Check college websites or www.collegeboard.com for more information.


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COLLEGE CLINIC PLANNER 20 minute presentations to attend College 6:35 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30

Location*

*room locations for presentations will be available at information tables at most entrances

Colleges in browsing areas College

Location*

College

Location*

*maps showing college locations in the gyms and cafeteria will be available at information tables at most entrances.

Attend Scholarship & Financial Aid Night Shawnee Mission Northwest High School 12701 West 67th Street • Missouri and Kansas schools, scholarship and grants • Federal financial aid programs

Wednesday, November 17, 2010 7:00 - 8:00 p.m. in the Auditorium • Private lenders • ROTC scholarships & military educational opportunities

Get answers to your financial aid questions Shawnee Mission East High School PTA presents the 46th annual Shawnee Mission College Clinic with the help of Shawnee Mission School District, the Lenexa Rotary Club, Russell Stover Candies and numerous parent and student volunteer to whom we are grateful. 2010 Committees include: Chairs-Julie Foster and Kelly Kendall; Maureen Scribner, Robyn Tuttle, Joan Carpenter, Diane Steen, Ann Frigon, Cathy Murrell, Susan Green, Mary Shirling, Karen Genton, MaryBeth Mitchell, Martha Shackelford, Kristi Moore, SME Advisor- Lili Englebrick


College Clinic Guide 2010