Campus Map Map Data Map data ©2014 Google Map Tuition Here are three important facts to consider when you are looking at PTI's tuition. No fees. Your tuition doesn't increase with the addition of fees. At PTI, there is no application fee, no technology or computer lab fee, no university services fee, no activities fee, and no graduation fee. Fees at other schools can add thousands of dollars to the stated tuition price.
Tuition & Fees Room and Board are required since all cadets live in barracks and are provided 21 meals per week. The Auxiliary Fee covers the cadet’s share of the costs of medical services, cadet facilities and activities, athletics, and other services. The Quartermaster Charge covers haircuts and the issuing, tailoring, laundering, and pressing of uniforms.
College of Public Health and Human Sciences MPH Degree Options Oregon State University offers a comprehensive range of MPH degree options in six tracks All MPH students take a common MPH core of five courses in the following areas: epidemiology, biostatistics, health systems organization, environmental health, and health behavior. In addition, each MPH track has specific course requirements. Columbia University in the City of New York Lucy A. Wick Clinic for HIV Mental Health This clinic provides outpatient psychotherapy and adjunct psychiatric services to adults diagnosed with HIV/AIDS or related concerns. Eligibility Requirements: Adults ages 18 or older Fee(s): Sliding fee scale; Medicaid and Medicare accepted Address: 635 West 165th Street, 6th Floor Phone: 212-305-4562 Fax: 212-305-8394 Columbia Unit(s): NewYork-Presbyterian Hospital
Program: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Concentration and Health Professions Focus - Virginia Military Institute - Acalog ACMS™ Return to: The Curricula The Concentration in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology is a collaborative effort between the biology and chemistry departments and is designed for the biology, chemistry, or other science or engineering majors who wish to emphasize biochemical or molecular issues in their studies. This concentration is well suited to the pre-med curriculum. Prospective Students - Getting Started Green for the 21st Century in Seattle Innovations in curriculum and operations have earned the 2009 Green Washington Award for the Seattle Colleges – Central, North and South. All three colleges are active members of the Seattle Climate Partnership and North was an early signer of the American College and University Presidents Climate Commitment. A district-wide Chancellor’s Sustainability Initiative provides energy, focus and a forum for emerging training and initiatives. Sustainability is infused into programs ranging from urban agriculture at Central to environmental science, real estate and building management across the district.
COMPASS Placement Test - Assessment & Testing Placement Tests: COMPASS and ESL/COMPASS Who must take a placement test? All new students at South Seattle Community College must take either the Standard COMPASS or the ESL/COMPASS test for initial placement into college coursework and programs. Admissions Requirements Nondiscrimination Policy Applicants are admitted entirely on the basis of their academic record, physical fitness/condition, and character without reference to national origin, creed, color, or gender. General The Institute seeks to admit young men and women who aspire to both an academic degree and a military commission as the hallmarks of a complete VMI education. Applicants are normally not less than sixteen (16) or more than twenty-two (22) years of age at matriculation and may not be married. A one-year age waiver may be granted for an applicant who has served on active duty in the armed forces, or if other circumstances dictate a waiver of the policy. In addition, all applicants must meet the standards described below.
Art Gallery The mission of the Art gallery is to promote understanding and the appreciation of the arts within the South Seattle Community College campus and in the surrounding communities through exhibitions that contribute to education and cultural enrichment while engaging the college community in learning opportunities and supporting cultural and artistic diversity. Admission is always free. Hours: Monday-Friday 10:00 am-4:00 pm (hours are subject to change) Contact: Akiko Masker, Art Gallery Coordinator Email : Akiko.Masker@seattlecolleges.edu Art and Art Education @ Teachers College The Macy Gallery is part of the Art and Art Education program of the Department of Arts and Humanities at Teachers College, Columbia University. The Gallery exhibits artworks by national and international artists, graduate students and faculty members, as well as the finest examples of children's works. The mission of this academic Gallery is to present a wide range of exhibitions from around the world reflecting the commitment of Teachers College to cultural diversity in education and the arts. The Gallery is located on the fourth floor of Macy Hall at 525 West 120th Street between Broadway and Amsterdam Avenues.