Please refer to the chart below for Cleary University's minimum Students who are provisionally admitted will be required to earn a Cumulative GPA of I expected to get into Clemson despite the low GPA and late application time. However, I do think admissions have become more competitive. The Bursar's Office is responsible for accepting payments on tuition and fees All students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of and earn the. TORRENT WAITING FOR DEVICES FOR HEARING Predix Platform provides then connects the conference controller, the can be easily new servers causing is only available a single-click. In this article, integrate Fortinet products listens on that update their information help you resolve. To add files clever workaround in the Windows Seven will be transferred later, select them shortcut or copy the right to jump to that.
Please note that financial aid award notifications will not be mailed. Instead, students will receive an e-mail directing them to visit Self Service for an update. You can also authorize a Third Party access to view financial aid and student account information. All students must maintain satisfactory academic progress in order to remain eligible for financial aid. All students must maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2. Loyola Scholarship recipients are required to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 3.
Faber Scholarship recipients are required to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2. University Award recipients are required to maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2. Students should seek advice from the Financial Aid Office prior to dropping below 12 credits per term in order to obtain clarification of present aid and satisfactory progress requirements for receipt of future aid. While the Free Application for Federal Student Aid FAFSA collects income information from the prior calendar year, our financial aid policy will take into consideration changes in financial circumstances.
Special funds have been established to augment existing funding that has been used to address family reduced income. Special Condition forms are used to report reduction in family income due to death of parent, separation or divorce of parents, loss of employment earnings or untaxed income reported on FAFSA. Our aid policy also allows families to report private elementary and secondary expenses for other dependent children and excessive family medical expenses when determining eligibility for need-based assistance.
Other unusual circumstances not addressed on our forms may be considered by submitting a signed statement with supporting documentation to the Financial Aid Office. The Office of Global Education OGE promotes the University mission by advocating for global engagement through international initiatives such as study abroad, international student and scholar exchanges, global partnerships as well as other international programs and projects.
International students and scholars receive advice and guidance from staff at the Office of Global Education. The office runs programs to aid them in their adjustment to campus life including their involvement in cultural and social activities. International students maintain their legal status as long as they are pursuing an on-campus degree and are enrolled as full-time students during our normal semester sessions.
They are required to report a change of address to this office within 10 days of their move. A complete set of the regulations that pertain to international students and their immigration status is available in the Office of Global Education. The University of Scranton offers many opportunities for students to continue their studies at other universities around the world. The Office of Global Education provides access through our comprehensive network of academic partnerships in over 30 countries.
Programs are available in Fall, Intersession, Spring, and Summer. There are also opportunities for students to enroll in faculty-led study abroad courses. Faculty-led study abroad programs are Scranton courses taught by Scranton professors that feature a short-term abroad component. Students who have an interest in gaining global experiences are encourage to stop by early and often in their academic career. The University is committed to working with the individual student to identify the program and site that is the best for them.
The staff in the Office of Global Education will help students identify study abroad options, process applications, and provide guidance prior to their departure from the U. The 80,square-foot, five-story building, named for Harry and Jeanette Weinberg opened in The facility includes a variety of seating choices including 94 computer workstations, large tables, soft seating, individual study space, group study rooms, quiet study areas, and the Heritage Room, a large reading room on the fifth floor overlooking the campus.
There are 15 laptops and 7 IPads available at the Circulation Desk for loan to students. Throughout the building, there is wireless access to the Internet including wireless printing. Food and drink may be consumed throughout the building.
In , Library holdings of 1,, volumes included: , print books; , electronic books; 76, bound journal volumes, and 26, volume-equivalent microforms. The Library has 69, unique journal titles in print and electronic subscriptions.
The Media Resources Collection, located on the third floor, holds 23, non-print items and provides access to , streaming media programs. E-Z Borrow, and journal articles may be requested through Interlibrary Loan. Special services for delivery of materials are available for distance learners. A proxy server provides remote access to databases and full text documents for those who are off campus.
The Library also has a robust Information Literacy Program that instructs students in information discovery, evaluation, and use. Students can visit the Research Services Desk or call to schedule an appointment with a librarian. The building is staffed No postage sales on Saturday.
All resident students are assigned an on-campus mailbox in the DeNaples Center. Each mailbox has a unique combination. Mail is delivered to the student mailboxes Monday through Friday. Student packages are tracked through an electronic notification system. Incoming packages are scanned and an e-mail is sent to the student requesting you come to the DeNaples mailroom to pick up your item.
Please bring your student ID when retrieving packages as it needs to be scanned into the system in order for us to release your package. Please note — we do not have refrigeration for perishable items. All mail and packages must be delivered to your off-campus address. If you move off-campus during your time at the University, you are responsible for updating your address.
After that, all mail and packages will be forwarded if possible, or returned to sender if it cannot be forwarded. Mailing Services staff will assist you in determining postage and can provide envelopes and Priority packaging. Payment is expected at the time of mailing. We can only accept cash or Royal Card for all postage purchases.
For these services, the student will need to visit the US Post Office. We cannot accept prepaid Fed Ex. The student will have to make their own return arrangements for Fed Ex. All USPS mail and packages that are not picked up prior to the end of the semester will be forwarded to the home address that we have in our system. Any UPS or Fed Ex packages that are not picked up prior to the end of the semester will be returned to sender.
It is imperative that all outgoing letter mail and packages be addressed correctly to assure proper processing and delivery. Never leave old address labels on the packages. Only the address which the package is being sent to should be on the package with your return address. If you need help addressing an item correctly, the Mail Staff will be happy to assist you.
We can also provide packaging tape. When having items sent to you, please use this address for all carriers:. Army Reserve or Army National Guard. Students take Military Science courses in addition to their normal academic workload, and all academic majors are welcome. Courses are offered as part of two, three and four-year programs to provide students the leadership skills and military understanding they need to become future Officers in the United States Army.
In addition to the classroom instruction, students are required to take part in a weekly Leadership Lab which focuses on training students in basic military skills such as first aid, land navigation and small unit tactics. Students who successfully complete the Military Science program, as well as meet other prescribed standards by the University of Scranton, may qualify to earn an academic minor in leadership.
Any enrolled student can take the classroom instruction as First Year or Sophomore students with no military obligation. First year and sophomore cadets can apply and compete for three-year and two-year scholarships to pay full tuition. If awarded a scholarship and contract, the program leads to a military commission and a career upon graduation. ROTC Cadets also might qualify for several foreign language incentive pay programs based on demonstrated language skills.
First, whether or not a student decides to complete all four years of ROTC, they will receive the best leadership training available in the country, and will walk away with management skills that can translate to any professional field. Second, ROTC students have the opportunity to participate in dynamic and challenging training sessions during the summer months to include Foreign Language Programs and internship programs at major military installations around the globe. During this training, the students are mentored by senior cadets and professional military officers.
There are also voluntary adventure exercises and permanent leadership roles available which require a greater amount of time. Many ROTC students are also varsity athletes and participate in other extracurricular activities, and many find that the ROTC leadership training helps them excel above their peers in every area of life. Through these offices, students can avail themselves of a number of opportunities that are described below. Campus Ministries, part of the Mission and Ministry Division, serves the mission of The University of Scranton by making visible and effective our Roman Catholic and Jesuit identity with a spirit of inclusivity of all religious traditions.
Inspired by the Gospel of Jesus Christ and the charism of St. Ignatius Loyola, we offer students opportunities to explore their relationship with God through active reflection and discernment on retreats, preparing for the sacraments, engaging in interfaith dialogue, and worshiping together as a community of faith. Mass is celebrated daily on campus. The Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered each weekday prior to the p. Students serve the University faith community, primarily in the roles of Lectors, Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist, and Ministers of Hospitality.
Additionally, students assume leadership roles in communal celebrations of prayer, such as the Stations of the Cross and Reconciliation Services. Students, dedicated to bringing music into the liturgical life of our community can participate in Music Ministry as cantors, choir members, and instrumentalists. These musicians provide music for Sunday Mass, seasonal prayer services, and University-wide liturgies.
Students are invited to join the Campus Ministries staff on overnight retreats each semester. Retreats are designed to empower students to explore more deeply their relationships with God. These experiences are thematic, focusing on the spiritual needs of our student body.
Most retreats take place at our beautiful Chapman Lake Retreat Center located 12 miles from campus. Many students find campus ministers good mentors who help students reflect on their college experience. We are also here to assist students with questions about God and their faith lives. Those interested in broadening and enhancing their relationship with God can meet with a spiritual director regularly, usually for an hour every month or so, to discuss their prayer lives and their ever-changing relationships with God.
All programs offered from Campus Ministries are open to all students. We are also ready and willing to assist students looking to find a house of worship of their religious tradition near campus. It is open to all people, regardless of faith or belief.
The Center for Service and Social Justice CSSJ , part of the Division of Mission and Ministry at the University, provides transformational learning experiences that respond to the Gospel call to help those in need and uphold the social justice teachings of the Catholic Church.
The programming and experiences offered help inform the individual conscience and challenge each to work toward the transformation of unjust societal structures. This program sponsors service trips during Fall, Intersession and Spring breaks. Students travel to locations locally and across the country. Students are empowered to express their faith in reflective service while responding to local and national needs.
This program provides opportunities for our students, faculty, and staff to be immersed in cultures and experiences in developing countries of our world, instilling a deep concern for the rights and dignity of every person, especially the poor and most vulnerable. These transformative seven to ten day service experiences in Central and South American countries take place during May and June at the completion of the Spring semester.
These programs provide students with education, experiences and opportunities for advocacy. On- campus programs focusing on current topics of injustice are offered throughout the semester, including poverty, refugee and immigration simulations as well as many other options. The Social Justice Club engages Scranton students in tangible acts of solidarity to build a more just and peaceful world, mobilizing their peers by learning about and acting on global emergencies and injustices.
Participants organize awareness campaigns, prayer services, candlelight vigils, faith-sharing groups, legislative advocacy, and fundraising campaigns for global emergencies. CSSJ also provides assistance to graduating seniors in finding placement in one of many long-term service organizations. By serving in the United States as well as the developing parts of the world, participants are able to enrich their own cultural vision and come to a deeper understanding of the Christian principle of justice.
The University of Scranton Bands, Choirs and String Ensembles offer high-quality instrumental and choral performing ensemble opportunities in a variety of formats ranging from very large ensembles to small ensemble and solo performing opportunities. Participation is open to any and all interested University students as well as alumni, faculty, staff, and administration with no individual audition requirement nor enrollment or membership fee, in the finest liberal arts tradition.
In addition to performances by the bands, choirs, and string ensembles, the department presents a series of concert and recital performances by outstanding and renowned musicians representing a variety of musical genres. In some instances, guest artists perform as soloists with the student ensembles, and guest artist programming is closely co-coordinated with the student ensembles to offer special masterclasses, workshops and lectures by our visiting artists.
Our annual World Premiere Composition Series event, the only series of its kind in the nation, has received honor and acclaim from artists throughout the world. Since the series has provided our students with opportunities to work and interact with internationally renowned composers and conductors and has made significant contributions to the wind and choral repertoires. Hundreds of students participate in the ensembles every year and are achieving their performance goals in the musical ensemble of their choice.
For more information on any of our Performance Music offerings, please visit our website at or contact Cheryl Y. Boga, Conductor and Director of Performance Music. All students can pick up their jobs at our Jefferson Avenue location next to Hyland Hall. Royal Card and cash are accepted. The University of Scranton is concerned with your safety and well-being. Maintaining a safe and open campus is a unique challenge that requires a shared responsibility.
University Police believe integrity, accountability, and communication serve as the foundation of public trust and professionalism. University Police is the primary law enforcement authority at The University of Scranton. University Police Officers have full law enforcement powers, including the authority to make arrest for criminal violations on University property. University Police operate on a hour basis and patrol by vehicle, bicycle, and on foot.
The University Police Dispatch Center is always in operation and monitors a full array of video surveillance cameras that are both on and off campus. University Police work in close cooperation with Scranton Police, with both agencies patrolling the neighborhoods immediately adjacent to campus.
University Police emphasize problem-solving and relationship building in both a reactive and proactive manner, protect life and property, prevent and deter crime, maintain peace and order, and address safety and security issues consistent with that of our campus culture. In partnership, students are charged with taking reasonable precautions and employing a common sense approach to personal safety, following all emergency communications, and reporting all incidents, emergencies, or crimes occurring on campus.
Each University residence hall or house has a yellow Emergency Call Box located at the front entrance. There are also Emergency Call Boxes at strategic locations on and around campus that provide a direct line to the University Police dispatcher. In an emergency, pressing the red button will give you direct contact to a University Police dispatcher. Be prepared to give your location, describe the nature of the emergency, and respond to questions and instructions from the dispatcher.
The red button on the call boxes should only be used in the event of an emergency. All crimes committed on University property should be reported to University Police. A University Police Officer will respond to, and investigate any incident that occurs on or reasonably close to the University.
Incidents or crimes that occur off campus are referred to the Scranton Police. The University Police Department needs and appreciates your cooperation in the prevention of crime on campus. If you have personal knowledge of, or have heard of any crime occurring on or off campus please complete and submit the form. You are able to submit the form anonymously. If you wish to be contacted, the form allows you to provide your contact information.
The Silent Witness format is designed to provide University Police with information regarding ongoing investigations or issues that are not of immediate concern. The Silent Witness communication is not intended for incidents that are in progress or require an immediate response as they are not continuously monitored. In the event of an emergency or for something in progress, a caller can still remain anonymous by calling the University Police emergency number and ask to remain anonymous.
Walking safety escorts are available to students as well as other members of the University community on a hour basis. Safety escorts will be made on foot unless distance and availability make use of a vehicle more appropriate. Inclement weather does not warrant the use of a vehicle for riding escorts.
The Royal Ride does not operate during breaks, between semesters, intersessions or during the summer. Text the Royal Ride through the University of Scranton app or through the myScranton portal under student resources from the student tab. In the event of in climate weather, the Royal Ride may be delayed or canceled. All individuals using the Royal Ride must display their Royal Card when boarding.
University Police reserve the right to refuse service to individuals who are deemed disruptive by the driver s. Alcohol and tobacco are not permitted on the Royal Ride Van. On-campus or illegal possession of weapons or replicas , implements used as weapons, or other dangerous items including, but not limited to, firearms, ammunition, explosives, fireworks, martial arts paraphernalia, knives except for kitchen knives possessed and used in their intended manner , pistols, rifles, shotguns, handguns, air guns, pellet or BB guns, paint guns, potato guns, slingshots, balloon launchers, or dangerous chemicals is prohibited, whether or not a federal or state license to possess the same has been issued.
University Police offer and participate in a number of different safety training opportunities. As part of Welcome Weekend, new students participate in an Emergency Response Training to help students understand the shared responsibility of safety on campus and share knowledge that will help them in their time as students should an emergency occur.
Additionally, each year, University Police, Resident Assistants and Student Officers receive training relative to important safety protocols. These include, but are not limited to, familiarizing these student leaders with fire drill procedures in campus buildings. Topics and schedules will be published in the Royal News, distributed via email notices, and posted on the three University Police social media channels: Twitter and Instagram upd and Facebook The University of Scranton Police Department.
If a fire alarm sounds, evacuate immediately. Close but do not lock doors as you leave. Know the locations of primary and alternate exits. Do not use the elevator during a fire related emergency. Occupants needing special assistance are to proceed to an Area of Rescue Assistance and ask evacuating persons to notify University Police and emergency personnel of their location.
Evacuation drills are conducted at least once a year in academic buildings and every semester in residence halls at varying times and conditions to simulate a realistic environment should an evaluation be necessary. Fire alarms due to inattentive cooking and other negligent activity is a major concern. The University will immediately, activate the Emergency Notification system, upon confirmation of any significant emergency or dangerous situation that poses an immediate threat to the health or safety of students or employees.
Additional information may be posted on a University webpage and updated regularly until the emergency is concluded. Remember to lock your room door and take your key with you at all times. If you find yourself locked out, Resident Assistant RA staff should be your first point of contact to regain entry. University Police personnel may assist in unlocking your door, but Residence Life will process a fee for this service.
The Recreational Sports Department offers a variety of recreation opportunities designed to meet the diverse needs of the University community. The John Long Center facilities, located adjacent to the Byron Complex, include a gymnasium, wrestling room and locker rooms. Our 14, square foot fitness center is located on the ground floor of the Pilarz Hall apartment complex and is home to over 50 pieces of cardio equipment, some equipped with individual cardio theatre, as well as 22 pieces of Cybex VR3 selectorized weight machines and a state-of-the-art free weight area.
For more information call the rec office at Spin Classes. Spinning classes are offered daily throughout the academic year. Registration for classes is on-line at IMLeagues. Class schedules are available on line and in the rec sport office. Aerobic classes. Aerobics classes are held weekly during the academic year. Schedules are available in the recreation office during the second week of each semester.
Classes are conducted on a drop-in basis — no registration is necessary. Intramural Leagues. Intramural leagues form during the first two weeks of each semester and include Frisbee, softball, basketball, football, volleyball, whiffleball, soccer, badminton, dodgeball, kickball, corn hole and tennis. League and registration information is available on line at IMLeagues. Part-time Employment. The Department of Recreational Sports is one of the largest student employers on campus.
Students are hired as sports officials, facility security, fitness center attendants, lifeguards, and intramural supervisors. For more information on employment opportunities call the Recreation Office at The Office of the Registrar and Academic Services performs an essential role in supporting the educational mission of the University by serving the needs of our students in their pursuit of academic achievement. The Registrar connects the student to the faculty, curriculum and classroom through the course-scheduling and registration process.
The office also documents the progress and achievements of our students in the form of grade reports, transcripts, diplomas and other University reports. The Office of the Registrar and Academic Services is responsible for promulgation of the course and final exam schedules, assignment of classrooms, registration of students, reporting of grades, maintenance of academic records, issuance of academic transcripts, certification of enrollment status and degree eligibility, and some aspects of commencement.
The office also advises students of academic policies and procedures, important dates, events and deadlines. If you are a current student, you may print your unofficial transcript at no charge by logging into my.
There are several transcript ordering options, including: sending an official, electronic PDF transcript; an official transcript via mail; an official transcript via overnight mail; an official transcript via in-person pick-up. Eligible students register for courses in advance of each semester or term - in April for the rising summer term and fall semester, and in November for the intersession term and spring semester.
Registration times are assigned by class level, with seniors first, followed by juniors, sophomores and freshman. To prepare for registration, students should obtain a copy of their CAPP or Degree Works program planning report through the Self Service tab in the my. Using the CAPP or Degree Works report to identify next-needed courses, and then consulting the online course schedule for those courses, students should prepare a preliminary schedule.
Students should review that preliminary schedule with their academic advisor to make sure the schedule is on track for their program of study. The advisor then will give the student a registration term PIN to access web registration on a specific date and time. Additionally, the Office of the Registrar and Academic Services can assist with web registration functional guidance and questions about the online course schedule. Any student who has unpaid bills at the University or any hold on his or her account cannot register for classes.
To resolve the problem, the student should contact the office or department that placed the account on hold. To add or drop a course after self-service access to web registration ends in accordance with the academic calendar, students should obtain a course-schedule change form from the Office of the Registrar and Academic Services or their academic advising center. After final grades are processed, they are viewable and printable at my.
Mid-term grades are submitted by faculty for all first year students and for those upperclassmen with deficient grades. Students may access mid-term grades through their Self Service accounts in the my. This application allows students to have an overall view of their academic information in a centralized location. The Office of Residence Life challenges students to expand upon their academic experience with a focus on educating the whole person through engagement in opportunities within their living communities.
Students are expected to actively participate in their residential communities, respecting the rights of others while embracing the responsibilities associated with positive community building. This includes, but is not limited to, participation in community conversation and events, ensuring healthy decisions regarding substance use, managing time and stress effectively, developing relationships, and exploring faith. The residence halls are set up specifically to assist you in your transition to The University of Scranton.
We are proud to do this in a variety of ways. First, our student staff, Resident Assistants RAs work for the University and aim to make your stay filled with both learning and positive experiences. Second, the many policies we outline in this handbook are designed to promote a collegial and supportive environment. Lastly, the programs and events offered by the residence hall staff are designed to educate you to some of the many opportunities and challenges of the University environment.
As a member of an educational community you possess certain privileges and responsibilities. Along with the privilege of being independent and away from home comes the responsibility of meeting the expectation set by the University as expressed in this handbook. Our goal is to provide an environment full of opportunity for all students who live in our residence hall community. For many of you, this may be the first time you are sharing a bedroom with a non-relative.
The Residence Life staff asks that you make every attempt to get to know your roommate and realize that each person comes from a different background. Please recognize and appreciate positive differences in your roommate and in other people within the community. Although the staff understands that each student is an individual in their own right, there are some things that you should not tolerate, such as a roommate who violates University policy. If you need to speak to someone about a roommate concern, please speak with your Resident Assistant.
We are fortunate to have Jesuit priests living in some of our residence halls. These staff members are available for counseling and various issues that may arise in your life. As a Jesuit institution, the University is proud of its Ignatian, or Jesuit heritage. The Jesuit Counselors, Campus Ministers, other faculty, staff, administrators, and fellow students work equally hard to keep the Jesuit vision alive in all of their work.
In addition to identifying you as a University of Scranton student, it is also your meal card and library card and will provide access to residence halls and academic buildings. Make sure to carry it with you at all times. By depositing funds into a Royal Card account, you can use your card similar to a debit card to purchase items on campus in the University bookstore and convenience store, in all on-campus dining facilities, in vending and laundry machines, in Printing Services for duplicating, in the Library for photocopying, microfiche machines and for printed pages, in the Chemistry and Biology departments for lab supplies and fees, and in the University Police Department for parking decals and fines.
Credit card deposits can be made via the web at scranton. Thomas Hall can accept cash in person, check in person or by mail, and credit card in person or by phone. A lost card should be reported immediately so that it can be de-activated. You can also deactivate your Royal Card yourself by going to scranton. If you should find your card, come to the TSC to have it re-activated at no charge. Animated by our Catholic and Jesuit identity, the Division of Student Life nurtures the gifts each student brings to our campus and challenges them to become a person who, in the words of Jesuit Founder St.
In doing so, the Office of Student Conduct seeks to educate students regarding their behavioral responsibilities as members of the University community and to ensure the process used to adjudicate matters of misconduct is consistent and fair-minded. Recognizing the uniqueness of each student, the conduct process is grounded in the Ignatian ideal of promoting the development of the whole person. The discipline process is educational and formative in nature.
SE stands for seeders and LE stands for leechers. To cut to the chase, seeding means that after you download your file, you let it sit on your torrent client for a while, instead of deleting it right away. Seeding helps to let other people know the file is good and makes it easier for others to find. Which brings us to leechers. Leechers delete the file from their client right away. While their is no penalty for leeching, it is considered impolite in the community to be a leecher, and fuck you.
That means it definitely works. Remember, sometimes a person puts up a bad torrent without knowing it. So read the comments before reporting anyone. Your anonymity. As long as you are online, you are NOT anonymous. Law enforcement can track you down no matter what steps you take, but like we discussed earlier, they usually only do so to people doing really messed up stuff.
But I am writing this section anyway, for people who would feel more comfortable. I want you to have all your options. Use duckduckgo. Unlike Google, yahoo, or any of the big guys, duckduckgo refuses to records of their search traffic. But everyone time you google something, your IP and whatever it is you typed is saved for eternity in a database. Download the TOR browser. Free and safe. It basically masks your IP address and makes you a little more anonymous.
But nothing can make you totally anonymous online, we discussed that. Actually i could go on and on about how TOR is doing all sorts of good. Aiding Syrians in escaping to asylum, all sorts of things. There is also a whole world of websites that can be accessed only using TOR. The darknet has lots of libraries and stuff from which you can download books as well.
This is a theoretical bit of information. This will explain 2 possible ways you could get around blocked torrenting at a school or work wifi network. As always, this is simply information and I am not responsible for your use of it. I have tried method 1 and it seems to work. I have NOT tried method 2. Method 1.
So at this point, I am assuming you know what torrenting is and you have installed a BitTorrent client. Since uTorrent is the most common, I will use this as my example. What we are doing here is configuring out client, and then getting on a proxy server. This is going through someone else, so they could possibly have access to the info.
So just be smart, and happy downloading. Method 2 I have not tried it myself. The last method was something I did using a combination of different guides from online. However, this method seems to have positive appraisal too even though I do not have time to test it this weekend. How to pass the Library Modules submitted by anon. My old guide is outdated. I will replace the old one with this one. Thanks anon! Open up the test. Open up a separate tab. Open up the module you are being tested on in that separate tab.
Do the test while looking at the modules. Pass the modules. Some common rumors about the modules:. You cannot find all the answers online since these questions are specific to the school. You can take all three modules at the same time if you want to. There is no limit to how many modules you can take in a day. If you fail more than 3 times you will be locked out and will have to take a class at the library so be smart and use my tips.
Common Problem. Contact the ARC and tell them you took them already. Save yourself some time. Take screenshots of your grades just because it might bite you in the ass when graduation comes around. Using the printers and computers in the school.
This guide use to talk about how shitty the school printers were. To print, simply send a job to the printer and scan your ID and it should come out. I recommend this option personally. Click on this link. There you go. Then just go down the library later, scan your ID on the printer, and get your document. No waiting for a free computer at the library or dealing with the slow ass log in.
And this way you sill get to take advantage of your prints. Like printing bus tickets to get back home. Trust me, the worst excuse as to why you were late to a class is that you got stuck in the library. If you bring your own computer to the school make sure you download the necessary free antivirus software. I know for Macs it is ClamXav Antivirus. I believe you can download it from the App Store.
Because someone is definitely going to hack us…. This is the time when clubs hold meetings and the school holds some events. Grab some free food with your friends and then do whatever you want. I suggest doing both, but email is faster. I have been told that the school sends out updated Ebills every weeks. To be on the safe side though since this schools seems unpredictable, I say hurry!
Hope this is somewhat helpful. So here are a couple of tips that you should follow when eating anything from the MassArt cafeteria, C-store, Crossroads Cafe, or Beatty Hall. Try not to eat at MassArt. I know it is difficult but honestly the food is complete shit. Food in the city can be expensive but at least pay for some quality food. Now there are a whole bunch of nasty things you could contract from eating that soup. The food is better at Beatty Hall.
Even though it is workers from the same company, the staff at Beatty Hall are much nicer. The seating at Beatty Hall is better too as in there is more of it. Someone I know got food poisoning from eating dumplings. Best to just avoid those and go with the brand name foods they sell. Check the lettuce before you buy your salad. Again, this is just another health thing. Better to be safe than sorry. A good place to get a quick breakfast is the Crossroads Cafe. Its a small shop but they sell good muffins and breakfast pastries.
They also sell Starbucks coffee in there for all you white girls and hipsters. Make sure you eat before classes and labs especially. This is where the Crossroads Cafe comes in handy again. You usually have ten minutes in between classes so even if you were running late in the morning you have time after your first class to grab something quick. Note: Not all professors allow food in the classrooms and lecture halls so be sure to find out about their policies before bringing food to class.
For example, any lab whether it be chemistry lab, anatomy lab, or microbio lab, there is no food allowed and you will be asked to either throw it out or put it away. Just be cautious. You are going to need as much brain power as you can get when taking an exam.
Food is your friend and helps keep you focused on your exam instead of your empty and neglected stomach. Not to mention that it also saves you from embarrassing stomach growl symphonies. Always keep a water bottle on you. Too many students become dehydrated because they refuse to buy water at the school or drink from the water fountains which is understandable. Being a germaphob myself I too refuse to drink from those fountains. But we now have this new system that refills your water bottle with clean tap.
No mouths have touched the nozzle so you can hydrate yourself and be on your way without worrying about getting sick. How to get an apartment you actually like. You have to move off campus for all the subsequent years. Smartest move would be to get a few friends and move into an apartment as close to the school as you can get. You should start hunting as soon as you return from Christmas break. How to start apartment hunting: As soon as your will-be fat ass returns from the holidays, find a legit realty agency that deals with students.
We tried a guy on craigslist. Nice guy, but the apartment he showed us looked like a pedophiles sex dungeon. You are more likely to find a good apartment with an agency. They will be more honest with you than an agent. Remember, the agent is a salesperson who will only say nice things. Go in ALL the rooms if you can. Knock first, you never know what kinda weird shit people do in private.
Check out the surroundings. Try to avoid places directly across the street from a sketchy neighborhood. Consider distance from the school. There are semester passes MCPHS offers where you can pay one flat rate and use public transportation as much as you want. What is included in rent? Hot water? How much did you pay for utilities, Mr. Ask this even if the agent has already given you a number. How does the landlord accept payments? Sometimes they want separate checks from each tenant.
Sometimes they want one big check from each room. Find this out. Are you satisfied by the answers to these questions? Is the money situation doable for you? You need to put down money. Once you put down the money, no one else will be able to look at it. HOWEVER, someone who has also done this can still take the apartment from you, in which case you will get your money back and you can go cry about it at a sad Italian restaurant.
All the future tenants have to personally sign paperwork. Round up all your roommates. Must be done in person, very important. Get forms to your parents. Apartment hunting is cutthroat. Seriously we lost our first choice apartment by like 2 days. The second one was a sure thing, but we literally lost it by minutes because the landlord received and approved a different application literally minutes before ours.
Learn from my story. Just so you know you cannot transfer into PharmD after first year, only second year. The Truth About Scheduling your Classes. So if you go to my. It works like this. Let me just be hypothetical. So what they say you can do is pre-arrange all your classes on web advisor before your registration day. And provided all the classes you wanted are still open, you can wake up at AM on registration day, just click the button to register, boom your done.
Then you get on your horse, ride off into the sunset and fuck your horse, or whatever it is people do with horses. I had all set up, and I was up at AM on my day to click that damn button. And what happened? It froze. It fucking froze. I had to craft an entirely new schedule 7 minutes and luckily I got into all those. I was a lucky one. Others not so much. Go to the Academic Resource Center early before your registration day and come up with a schedule with the counselor. Now leave me alone so I can eat donuts and jerk off at my desk.
Say you want assistance right here right now. Things you should know when you use public transportation to transverse this northern metropolitis. You should know about bus transfers. You still gotta scan the card, but no money is deducted.
Free fucking train rides. At seemingly random times, the conductor of the train opens all the doors. You can get on for free. Meaning they either really have to get going, or they just have to poop so they need this day to be over. Scan your card to reveal you have no money. Sometimes the driver will be nice and let you on.
Kids under 11 ride free. So if for some reason you need to get out of MCPHS all together, here is something an anon submitted. Basically what you have to do is apply to your schools via common app, send in your college transcripts, LOR how many depends on college. I believe if you have under a certain amount credits completed you have to send in HS transcript and SAT scores. Wipe your cyber ass. Keep social media clean. This is the most cliche advice, yet no one listens.
The best way to have a professional online persona is to not even have any Facebook, Twitter, etc. Facebook which collects and sells your info illegally by the way is very customizeable in terms of who can see what content. Be sure to regulate who you add as a friend. Make sure your profile pic on any site not just facebook is NOT you in a bikini or a shirtless mirror pic for the guys.
Pick a boring picture of you smiling or just a sunset or some bullshit. I suggest you not add any people you have a professional relationship with, but I know that society is weird and sometimes you must add them as a friend to avoid awkwardness. One thing Zucky Zuck did right was predict that people would use his social media platform, and be plagued by family, bosses, and other annoyances.
However they might still be able to see stuff if they actually click on your wall. One with your real name and that is very clean that you never use. And another where you have a fake name and ONLY add people you know well and never put up real pictures of yourself. I realize tumblr for many people is like a diary. But for the love of shit, do NOT link it to your real life identity if you chose to share personal stuff.
Seriously, no actual pics of you or your real name. Basically, stuff you post should ONLY be public if you would be ok with your own grandma seeing it. Now Playing Tracks. Tuition Information: Hours of Operation for School things. High School GPA of 3. That was the highlight of the day Then you go to bed. Here are my tips for you if you are placed in this building: Make sure you lock your doors at all times. One last note: If you need an access code with a certain book then you have two options: 1.
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Read more: List of grad schools waiving GRE for Answer- Harvard requires a 4. However, they may accept some with a 4. Answer- Your transcripts must show that you retook the exam and received a better grade. Being honest about your low GPA is the best thing an applicant can do. Blaming the teachers and your school will surely put you at a disadvantage scenario. Most colleges in the United States use scores from these tests as basic admission criteria.
This is the best way to showcase your personality and writing capabilities to prove that you would be the right candidate. Your teachers can write about your qualities that a GPA score cannot reflect. LOR can strengthen your point and improve your overall application. An SOP can showcase your skills, passion, potential, and interest in the program that you want to pursue.
Average rating 4. Vote count: No votes so far! Be the first to rate this post. I have a very low Cgpa of 1. But our experts would be able to provide much more insight. You can get in touch with them here. Hi my name is Adnan Sami and I am from Pakistan and wanted to know about the cheapest universities in the canada? Hi Adnan, You can check out our blog on How to study in Canada for free or on a low budget.
Question for Ankita! Trust this finds you well, I have a 6. How do I shortlist the universities for the same? Do you offer any related services? Thanks for reading! There is always a way to justify your scores and showcase the more interesting aspects of your personality, like your project at the Ministry of Science and Technology.
One of our experts will get in touch with you to help figure this out. I wish you all the best with your applications! They also consider other aspects of your profile. While the pointers in this blog will help you focus on these aspects, one of our experts will get in touch with you to offer personalized recommendations.
All the best! Which University will be better for me to get admission easily? However to make this process convenient for you one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. Are they university in the united states that will accept me going for my masters not considering my low CGPA? Hey, One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon!
All the best. You can also contact us- Email- info ischoolconnect. Are they university in the united states that will accept me going for my masters not considering my low GPA or a GPA at all … If yes please can you tell me about them and what I need to do. One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. Hope you find the right university! Thanks for this great information! I currently have a BSc in Banking and finance with 2. Hey, One of our counselors will be able to help you out and give you the best answer.
I done Ms optical engineering from china in Need suggestions. One of our expert counselors will get in touch with you soon. I did love to know if I have chance to enroll for master program in Education in the US? One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon to help you out. Hello Samanthe, I found your blog articles really helpful.
I am a prospective graduate school Applicant. My undergraduate cGPA is 3. I have written GRE and I also have a research publication in a reputable journal. King regards Iiga. Hey liga, One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. Hey, I have recently graduated unfortunately with a score of 2. Now I want to take admission on scholarship at any university which has a good name in the list of universities, from the whole world.
My subjects are related to plants, kindly guide me for universities and the last thing is my statement of purpose. One of our counselors will get in touch with you so you can choose the best university for you. Hey, Yes, there are many masters programs available in the USA and you can select one that best fits you. To make this process easier for you one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon! Hi, thanks for this blog. I have a low cgpa that is below 2. So I crossed to computer science to have a Postgraduate diploma and Masters degree with cgpa above 3.
I also have a GRE score of Can your counsellors possibly evalute my chances pls? Hey Emmanuel, Yes, of course, one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. Hi,my name is peter,i graduated with a GPA of 2. Do you think a have a chance of getting enroll for my masters degree.
Hey Perter, Yes, there is always a chance to get a masters degree in your desired field. To help you in this process one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. I found your blog article really helpful! My undergraduate cGPA is 2. King regards. My undergraduate CGPA is 3.
HeyElisha, Yes, a 3. There will be many options to choose from and to make it easier for you one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon! Good day, I graduated with a cgpa of 2. I will like to go for my masters degree in business administration Do I have chances of getting admission into any school in USA. Hey, Yes, you always have a chance to get into your dream country and university. You can have a look at this blog to learn more about studying in the USA- A guide on how to study in USA for international students One of our counselors will get in touch with you as well to make this process easier.
I have read so many articles on the topic of the blogger lovers but this post is actually a nice post, keep it up. Thanks for the update. I recently graduated with 2. Thanks once again. Hey Emmanuel This is a detailed question so one of our counsellors would be able to better guide you on this matter. I would suggest reading this blog- Virtual internships Top 5 options for college students All the best! I graduated with a 2. I have 4 years professional experience as a Data Analyst and have some professional certificates as well.
Kindly recommend universities of best fit to get enrolled for the Fall academic year. Waiting earnestly for your response. Hey, This is a detailed question and we want you to get the best which is why one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon to help you select the best country and university. Hi, my name is Prachi …. Anyways, I have started taking courses related to my desired course that I want to pursue and I also have a good track record of extracurriculars and community service.
Hey Prachi, Since this is a detailed question one of our counselors will get in touch with you to help you make the right decision. I would also suggest reading- How to choose a university program Step-by-step guide with examples I hope this was helpful. Hi, I am Joshua omoboni. I graduated with a gpa of 2. What are my chances getting admitted into a graduate school in the US.
Hey Joshua, One of our counselors will get in touch with you to give you a clear answer. I have done Bs chemistry with GPA 2. Can i apply for masters in usa?? Hey, One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon to help you out! Hey, Our counselors would be better able to help you and guide you in the right direction. They will get in touch with you soon. You can also read our blog on Law books Top books to read for a successful career All the best! Hey Ahmed, Yes, you are eligible.
To help you get a clear idea on this one of our counselors will get in touch with you soon. All the best, hope this was helpful! Do I stand a chance of getting admission to study a masters in Human Resource Management? Hey, One of our counselors would be able to answer this question better. They will contact you soon. Hello Ankita! Hey, One of our counselors will get in touch with you soon as they will be able to help you out better. You can also contact us- Email info ischoolconnect.
Are they university in the united states that will accept me going for my graduate studies not considering my low GPA or a GPA at all … If yes please can you tell me about them and what I need to do. Hey, This is a detailed question and I feel our counsellors would be able to answer this better. Myself Srinivasarao. M from India. Hey, Our counselors will be able to answer this question better. They will get in touch with you soon and answer all your questions.
All the best on your journey! My name is Lawal Olalekan, I graduated with a cgpa 2. What are the possibilities of getting funding with a low gpa institution. Thank you. My CGPA is 3. Therefore i would like to know whether there are any scholarship opportunities for Master programs i could apply for. Your email address will not be published. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Are there other places I can look? Or somewhere I can see out of their classes the statistics from them?
Sorry for the loaded question. This is so helpful! I won't be taking time off, but do feel there I have experience that will hopefully stand out. I have an internship that's not SLP related, but certainly different than what they will likely see on other applications. I volunteer as often as possible, especially during the summer.
Like you, I will probably apply to around 9 schools to hopefully ensure myself a spot. I don't have research experience and likely will not have any by the time I apply. Did you have anything else on your resume that you mentioned that you feel helped, besides working for two years? I hope to be saying the same thing in a year lol. I hope I can do above average on the GRE as well to boost my resume.
How did you study? The only thing I can find to do is shadow. I've searched for a more in depth experience to do this summer, but haven't found anything. While you are on the website look pull up California State University, Los Angeles my undergrad university and you will see in the lowest GPA they accepted was 3. Now, look at the University of South Carolina, You will see they accepted someone with a 2.
My undergrad gpa was like 3. It can be done! I am having trouble finding the acceptance rate. Are there other pages on ASHA where this information is found? I would like to look at the acceptance rates of the schools I plan to apply to. If you go on EdFind and look for different schools, all the info. If you scroll down to the Masters program, past the 'General' section and down to the 'Admissions' section, you can see that the GPA for those offered admission has ranged from 2.
The GPA range consists of GPAs from everyone who was offered admissions, so the lowest there is a good place to check! However, I think it's a good starting point to find out what schools are in your range, and then from there to do research on the websites of those schools specifically. Thank you! I used Princeton review online studying for the GRE.
I got a job a local clinic near me I seriously just walked in and told them what I was looking for. I looked at a couple of places and just got lucky I guess! I also recommend getting good LOR and having people look over your personal statement essays. I applied to 13 schools last year, and got accepted to 2. I realized I wanted to take a Gap year instead of going to grad school right away to better my resume.. I am now teaching english as a second language in Israel for 10 months and i applied to 11 schools this year, and got accepted to 3 and waitlisted at 4 so far.
I am still waiting to hear back from the rest! No absolutely, it's not as easy as you would think to be able to find out these answers! For me, because I was a paranoid mess so I probably did overkill, but I went on ASHA Ed find and the schools website also usually says the average stats for the admitted students the past years so you can kind of gage where you're at, if it doesn't then don't hesitate to contact them and ask.
I also looked at the results page on here to find stats on who was accepted, waitlisted, and denied the little red diamonds that you can hover over. I tried to look for programs that had a lower pool of applicants or waitlisted a lot of people because I had a feeling that would be my best bet. Obviously it's not limited to your stats, take the time to curate each personal statement to the school by mentioning the professors you'd like to work with and the specific aspects of the program that make you a good fit.
I hope this helps! One of the reasons I love this profession so much is because I have loved how everyone tries to help each other, it's competitive, but I like to think you have many hidden cheerleaders.
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