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Military school. Requirements. GPA. Programs. The academic mission of Georgia Military College includes the development of the intellect and the elevation of character.


The curriculum of the college is, therefore, a blend of expected student learning objectives of intellectual development in each course, as well as in character development activities and projects. This unique blend has characterized this institution almost since its founding in 1879 under a charter granted by the Georgia state legislature. As a liberal arts community college, Georgia Military College has designed its degree programs to prepare students to transfer to senior level colleges.

As you review the materials in the academic section of the catalog you will notice that the associate degrees of the college are all based in the liberal arts through a core curriculum identical in nature and thrust with almost every college in the United States. In all degree areas the curriculum is based on the model that emphasizes student learning. Tuition and Fees. CampusMap. Number of campuses. Extra.

Faculty Workshop. Twice each academic year, the College schedules a system-wide workshop for the full-time faculty of the College.

Faculty Workshop

At each workshop, the College holds meetings of the Faculty Assembly to carry out the work of the faculty. These sessions are presided over by the Vice President for Academic Affairs/ Dean of Faculty. Joint/Dual Enrollment. Georgia Military College recognizes the need to provide academically talented high school students with opportunities for acceleration of their formal academic programs.

Joint/Dual Enrollment

This recognition has led to the development of two organized programs: (1) a joint/dual enrollment program in which the student, while continuing his/her enrollment in high school as a junior or senior, enrolls in courses for college credit; and (2) an early admission program in which the student enrolls as a full-time student following completion of the junior year in high school. Financial Aid Types. Here at Georgia Military College, you have several options to choose from when deciding how to finance your education.

Financial Aid Types

Take the time to read the information on the various options below, and as always, please feel free to Email Our Financial Aid Office with any questions you may have. Scholarships Scholarships are awarded for outstanding achievement in academics, extracurricular activities, or community service. Georgia Military College offers a variety of scholarship opportunities.Any student wishing to apply for a Georgia Military College Foundation Scholarship to help finance his/her education may complete and submit the scholarship application available from the Office of Advancement.

Phoenix Culinary Arts and Design School Vocational. No test required. Gpa. No course requirements. Camus. Extra. Scholarships. High school and Gi bill info. Tuition fees. Application Fee Each new applicant is charged a $30 application fee which covers the costs of handling the application.

tuition fees

This is a one time fee and covers all subsequent enrollments. This fee applies to credit and audit students, whether full-time or part-time, day or evening. The application fee is not refundable or transferable. International application fee is $50.00. Programs. Florida Keys Community College. Requrired Free to Enter and GPA requirement.

First Time Students Students who have never attended a previous college.

Requrired Free to Enter and GPA requirement

They are required to submit an application for admission either via hardcopy or electronically and must pay the $30.00 application fee. Transfer Students Student who have previously attended a college or university. For Requirements. Programs & Curricumlum. Map of campus. The number of campus. Extra. Careers & Current Employment. Discover & Explore a Career.

Careers & Current Employment

Articulation Agreements. What is an articulation agreement and what does it have to do with you?

Articulation Agreements

As a Florida Keys Community College student, you have options as to where you would like to continue your academic career. The State of Florida already has an articulation agreement between community colleges and the eleven State universities (6A-10.024). This agreement states that any student who graduates with an A.A. Financial Aid. March 7th VA Certification for Summer terms A, B and C begins April 2nd.

Financial Aid

State University of New York. Location of campus. Numbe of campus. Program & curriculum. In today's evolving world, you need more than the tools of a trade or knowledge that comes from a book.

Program & curriculum

You need a broad view of the world—the ability to adapt, to accept new ideas, and to embrace, even lead, change. At UAlbany, you'll find the resources and experiences you need to prepare for an unpredictable future. At both the graduate and undergraduate levels, your faculty mentors will lead the way—they're partners with industry and published authors themselves, and know from experience what it takes to succeed. Tuition and Costs. Admissions Requirements - Admissions. Extra. Student Life. Loans. Federal Federal Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loans (DL) UAlbany participates in the Federal Direct Loan (DL) Program where students and parents obtain educational loans Federal Directly from the United States Department of Education.

Federal Direct Subsidized and Federal Direct Unsubsidized Loans. Scholarships. Scholarships are awarded to new and continuing students based on academic excellence, leadership, service, talent, financial need, and any criteria required by the scholarship donor. Unlike loans, scholarships do not have to be repaid. Many scholarships are need-based and require students to file the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) in conjunction with the scholarship application. The scholarship applicant is responsible for completing forms and providing valid documentation for scholarship consideration. UAlbany Scholarships Application Opening and Due Dates Opening dates and their respective due dates for scholarship applications to be submitted are: University at Albany Foundation Endowed Scholarships - Opening Date January 3, 2014 and Due Date July 15, 2014 *Please Note: If you submitted an application for any previous academic year you can use the same password to access and revise the 2014-2015 application.

Scholarships Paid to the University Thank You Letter. Independent college. Campus location. Number of campus. Costs (undergrad) SCAD Atlanta, SCAD Savannah, SCAD eLearning SCAD Hong Kong * Includes accommodations, furnishings, utilities, local phone, cable and Internet services. Some variations exist in residence hall accommodations. Specifics are provided to students who request college housing. No guarantees may be made regarding specific housing requests/assignments. Courses of study are registered with the Hong Kong Education Bureau, registration numbers: 261958-261971 and 262196-262202.

SCAD Lacoste * Estimated price subject to change depending on market conditions at the time of booking. Fees Participants are responsible for tuition, a program fee, travel expenses and all personal expenses, including meals, during weekend excursions. Financial aid. Financial aid. Programs. Requirements. Extra. Events and workshops. Pre-college summer programs. Houesing. Reservation fee payment To sign up for SCAD housing, students must first pay the US$750 enrollment fee; of that amount, US$250 is a nonrefundable and nontransferable housing reservation fee.

Students may pay online or pay with a credit card by calling 800.869.7223 or 912.525.5100. Atlanta students Student Accounts — SCAD Atlanta P.O. Box 77300 Atlanta, GA 30357-1300 USA Hong Kong students Student Accounts — SCAD Hong Kong 292 Tai Po Road Sham Shui Po Kowloon, Hong Kong.