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Date of Birth: 28-NOV-1979

Date Issued: 03-DEC-2015 Page: 1

Issued To: STACEY AVOW:8288477 CERTIFIED ELECTRONIC PDF

Record of: Stacey Marie Hines *** WARNING *** --No Address--

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Student Type: Continuing or Returning Admit: Fall Semester 1998 Last Admit: Summer Semester 2010

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Current Program: College : Col of Health & Human Sciences Major : Pre-Nursing

SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Institution Information continued: Fall Semester 1998 College of Arts & Sciences Biological Science Continuing or Returning ART 1700 SURVEY OF ART I 3.00 A 12.00 HIST 1112 SUR WORLD HIST SINCE 1500 3.00 C 6.00 MATH 1111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3.00 W 0.00 PHIL 2410 CRITICAL THINKING 2.00 B 6.00 POLS 1101 AMERICAN GOVERNMENT 3.00 C 6.00 Term: Ehrs: 11.00 GPA-Hrs: 11.00 Pts: 30.00 GPA: 2.73 Good Standing

Degree Awarded : Bachelor of Arts 21-MAY-2004 Major : Sociology

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Spring Semester 1999 College of Arts & Sciences SATV: 510 SATM: 410 Biological Science Continuing or Returning US/H: S US/C: S GA/H: S GA/C: S ENGL 1101 ENGLISH COMPOSITION I 3.00 A 12.00 HIST 2110 SURVEY OF U.S. HISTORY 3.00 A 12.00 RTPW: Passed RTPR: Passed PERS 2001R PERSP:COMPARATV REL/TRAD 2.00 C 4.00 SOCI 1160 INTRO TO SOCIAL PROBLEMS 3.00 B 9.00 SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R Term: Ehrs: 11.00 GPA-Hrs: 11.00 Pts: 37.00 GPA: 3.36 _________________________________________________________________ Good Standing

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INSTITUTION CREDIT: Summer Semester 1999 ******************** CONTINUED ON NEXT COLUMN ******************* College of Education Recreation Continuing or Returning SPAN 1001 ELEMENTARY SPANISH I 3.00 B 9.00 Term: Ehrs: 3.00 GPA-Hrs: 3.00 Pts: 9.00 GPA: 3.00 Good Standing ********************* CONTINUED ON PAGE 2 ********************

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Student No: 000-54-8583 Date of Birth: 28-NOV-1979 Record of: Stacey Marie Hines

Date Issued: 03-DEC-2015 Page: 2

SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Institution Information continued: Spring Semester 2001 College of Arts & Sciences Spanish Continuing or Returning MATH 0098 ELEMENTARY ALGEBRA 4.00 B% 0.00 PT 4130 TAI CHI FOR PHYS THERAPY 3.00 A 12.00 SPAN 3303 ADVANCED GRAMMAR 3.00 W 0.00 Term: Ehrs: 3.00 GPA-Hrs: 3.00 Pts: 12.00 GPA: 4.00 Good Standing

Summer Semester 2000 College of Arts & Sciences Spanish Continuing or Returning SPAN 2901 STUDY ABROAD SPAN I 3.00 B 9.00 SPAN 2902 STUDY ABORAD SPAN II 3.00 B 9.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 18.00 GPA: 3.00 Good Standing

Summer Semester 2001 College of Arts & Sciences Spanish Continuing or Returning ENGL 3150A CREATIVE WRTNG:POETRY 3.00 A 12.00 Term: Ehrs: 3.00 GPA-Hrs: 3.00 Pts: 12.00 GPA: 4.00 Good Standing

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SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Fall Semester 1999 College of Education Recreation Continuing or Returning ANTH 1102 INTRO TO ANTHROPOLOGY 3.00 B 9.00 ENGL 1102 ENGLISH COMPOSITION II 3.00 A 12.00 ENGL 2110 WORLD LITERATURE 3.00 B 9.00 SPAN 1002 ELEMENTARY SPANISH II 3.00 C 6.00 Term: Ehrs: 12.00 GPA-Hrs: 12.00 Pts: 36.00 GPA: 3.00 Good Standing

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Fall Semester 2001 College of Arts & Sciences Spanish Continuing or Returning SOCI 3156 SEXUALITY AND SOCIETY 3.00 A 12.00 SPAN 4401 INTRO SPANISH LINGUISTICS 3.00 W 0.00 SPAN 4409 TECHNIQUES OF TRANSLATION 3.00 W 0.00 Term: Ehrs: 3.00 GPA-Hrs: 3.00 Pts: 12.00 GPA: 4.00 Good Standing ********************* CONTINUED ON PAGE 3 ********************

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Fall Semester 2000 College of Arts & Sciences Spanish Continuing or Returning ART 1750 SURVEY OF ART II 3.00 B 9.00 MATH 1111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3.00 W 0.00 SPAN 2203 INTERMEDIATE SPANISH III 3.00 B 9.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 18.00 GPA: 3.00 Good Standing ******************** CONTINUED ON NEXT COLUMN *******************

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Student No: 000-54-8583 Date of Birth: 28-NOV-1979 Record of: Stacey Marie Hines

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SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Spring Semester 2002 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning BIOL 1107K PRINCIPLES OF BIOLOGY I 4.00 W 0.00 SOCI 1101 INTRODUCTORY SOCIOLOGY 3.00 A 12.00 SOCI 3224 CRIME AND PUNISHMENT 3.00 B 9.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 21.00 GPA: 3.50 Good Standing

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Summer Semester 2002 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning SOCI 4122 DEATH, DYING AND LOSS 3.00 A 12.00 SOCI 4226 URBAN SOCIOLOGY 3.00 C 6.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 18.00 GPA: 3.00 Good Standing

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SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Institution Information continued: Spring Semester 2003 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning ART 1850 SURVEY OF ART III 3.00 W 0.00 MATH 1111 COLLEGE ALGEBRA 3.00 C 6.00 SOCI 3010 SOCIAL STATISTICS 3.00 B 9.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 15.00 GPA: 2.50 Good Standing

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Summer Semester 2003 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning ENGL 3150B INTRO TO CREATIVE WRIT-FICTION 3.00 A 12.00 MUA 3500 JAZZ:ORIGINS,STYLES,INFLUENCE 3.00 A 12.00 MUA 3930 UNDERSTANDING GREAT MUSIC 3.00 B 9.00 SOCI 3201 WEALTH, POWER, AND INEQUALITY 3.00 A 12.00 Term: Ehrs: 12.00 GPA-Hrs: 12.00 Pts: 45.00 GPA: 3.75 Dean's List Good Standing Fall Semester 2003 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning ASTR 1010 ASTRONOMY OF THE SOLAR SYSTEM 4.00 C 8.00 ENGL 3170 POETIC TECHNIQUES 3.00 A 12.00 PSYC 1100 NATURAL SCIENCE ASPECTS OF PSY 3.00 B 9.00 SOCI 3020 SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS 3.00 W 0.00 Term: Ehrs: 10.00 GPA-Hrs: 10.00 Pts: 29.00 GPA: 2.90 Good Standing ********************* CONTINUED ON PAGE 4 ********************

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Fall Semester 2002 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning SOCI 3101 FAMILIES AND SOCIETY 3.00 W 0.00 SOCI 3212 RACE AND ETHNIC RELATIONS 3.00 A 12.00 SOCI 4116 AGING AND SOCIETY 3.00 B 9.00 SOCI 4360 RELIGION AND SOCIETY 3.00 W 0.00 Term: Ehrs: 6.00 GPA-Hrs: 6.00 Pts: 21.00 GPA: 3.50 Good Standing ******************** CONTINUED ON NEXT COLUMN *******************

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Student No: 000-54-8583 Date of Birth: 28-NOV-1979 Record of: Stacey Marie Hines

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SUBJ NO. COURSE TITLE CRED GRD PTS R _________________________________________________________________ Spring Semester 2004 College of Arts & Sciences Sociology Continuing or Returning ASTR 1020 STELLAR & GALACTIC ASTRONOMY 4.00 C 8.00 ENGL 3955 LANGUAGE IN AFR-AMER COMMUNITY 3.00 B 9.00 PHIL 3000 MORTAL QUESTION:SEARCH/MEANING 3.00 A 12.00 SOCI 3020 SOCIAL RESEARCH METHODS 3.00 B 9.00 SOCI 3030 SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY 3.00 C 6.00 Term: Ehrs: 16.00 GPA-Hrs: 16.00 Pts: 44.00 GPA: 2.75 Good Standing ********* BEGIN UNDERGRADUATE SEMESTER TOTALS ********* Earned Hrs GPA Hrs Points GPA TOTAL INSTITUTION 120.00 120.00 377.00 3.14 0.00

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OVERALL 120.00 120.00 377.00 3.14 ************ END UNDERGRADUATE SEMESTER TOTALS ********* ********************** END *********************** ********************** END OF TRANSCRIPT ***********************

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DEFINITION EXCELLENT EXCELLENT EXCELLENT GOOD GOOD GOOD SATISFACTORY SATISFACTORY SATISFACTORY PASSING FAILURE WITHDREW FAILING WITHDREW, NO PENALTY NO PENALTY, WITHDREW MILITARY CALL-UP PENDING WITHDRAWAL INCOMPLETE IN PROGRESS SATISFACTORY UNSATISFACTORY AUDIT CREDIT BY EXAMINATION NOT REPORTED GRADE PENDING

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GRADING SYSTEM GRADE POINT VALUE A+ 4.30 A 4.00 A3.70 B+ 3.30 B 3.00 B2.70 C+ 2.30 C 2.00 C1.70 D 1.00 F 0.00 WF 0.00 W N/A WM N/A PW N/A I N/A IP N/A S N/A U N/A V N/A K N/A NR N/A GP N/A

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