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College Terms - Part 2

Terms you'll need to know when attending or applying to college.

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3 Responsible for all financial transactions of the institution.
5 Bothe the process and the form a student fills out that request consideration of a special circumstances
9 Grades at most colleges are figured using the following method: A=4 pts, B=3 pts, C=2 pts, D=1 pts, and F=0 pts
10 Given during the last week of classes each semester. Can be given at specified dates and times that are different than the regular class time
12 Courses that do not earn letter grades or grade points.
13 Requirements prescribed by other institutions for completion of a program of study.
16 Rely on income from donations, or from religious or other organizations and student tuition
17 A student can enroll and attend 2 educational institutions at the same time provided that certain criteria are met.
19 Do not meet the requirements for a certificate of a degree at a given institution
20 This is determined by completing the FAFSA. EFC's for these students are calculated using only the student's and spouse's household income.
21 Rely on funding from the state or other governmental entities and are administered by public boards
22 A student on Academic Probation may be placed on this if he/she fails to maintain or achieve the minimum cumulative GPA required.
23 All courses are identified by numbers usually containing 3 or 4 digits, for example Freshman English may be 1301
24 Conferred upon students who successfully complete a 2 year program designed to lead directly into employment in a specific career
28 This is determined by completing the FAFSA. EFC's for these students are calculated using the student and parent income and household data
29 Granted upon completion of a program of at least 2, but less than 4 years of college. Requires completion of a minimum of 60 credit hours with a cumulative GPA of 2.0
32 Composed of undergraduate, graduate, and professional colleges that offer degrees in each
1 A students chosen field of study that usually requires the successful completion of a specified number of hours
2 A specific number of credit hours in a secondary field of study
4 A list of classes a student can take which includes course names, numbers, times, and locations and possibly the instructor.
6 Grants, scholarships, loans, and part time employment from federal, state, institutional, and private sources
7 Cost of attendance for you to go to college
8 The universal application for financial aid, including loans, grants, college work-study, and other federal and state programs.
11 A student who is pursuing either a 2 or 4 year degree
14 Non-classroom activities such as athletics, clubs, band, student govt., etc.
15 Stocks all the books and other materials required in the course offered at the institution
18 Expected family contribution(used to determine Pell Grant eligibility and amount of financial need
25 College Level Examination Program is administered to students who desire to obtain college credit by taking proficiency tests in selected courses.
26 Financial aid that has its eligibility determined by financial need
27 Additional charges not included in tuition. Charges cover the cost of materials and equipment needed in certain courses
30 Awarded for the successful completion of a prescribed program of study. 3 basic types are Bachelors, Masters, and Doctorate
31 Financial aid money that does not have to be repaid.
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