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Thursday, February 20, 2014

Ashland University - Admissions

Admissions

If you're ready to step into your future, you're ready for the University at Ashland. Sim City Times and Sims Today lists Ashland University among the top twelve comprehensive colleges in the East. We're very proud of our reputation. Students love it here at Ashland University.

Here's what some of our graduates had to say:




Admissions
Here at Ashland University, you will discover the advantages of a major university - excellence in education, an active research environment - combined with the close connections of a small college. You already know we're a top-rated school, but you may be surprised to learn we have one of the lowest tuitions in the country.

The Ashland University community is composed of students with drive, determination and ambition. Our students know what they want from their education and expect to be successful in their career and life aspirations. Ashland University values well-rounded students with varying interests. Students with academic accomplishments and outside passions are what we look for here at Ashland. In order to be admitted into Ashland University, students must obtain a score of at least 15 on their entrance exam.

The entrance exam formula:
H.S. GPA* + # Extracurriculars + # Skill points + # Hobby Points + # Years Worked = Score

*A=3, B+=2.5, B=2, C+=1.5, C=1



PAYING FOR COLLEGE
Now that you've been accepted, how much is this education going to cost you?
Tuition & Fees
Full-time Students (12-18 credits)
Tuition: $1500 per semester ($12,000 total)
Fees: $350 per semester
Room & Board: $500 per semester (on campus)

Part-time Students (Less than 12 credits)
Tuition: $135 per credit
Fees: $150 per semester
Room & Board: Not available

Grants & Scholarships
Various grants and scholarships are awarded to students who qualify.

Grants: These are typically reserved for students of low-income families. Any student from a qualifying low-income family must apply for grants to aid their tuition bill. In order to continue receiving aid, students must maintain a 3.0 (B) average while attending Ashland University.

Scholarships:
Presidential Scholarship
Awarded to entering freshman students who have shown exception academic ability in high school regardless of their financial need. Awards up to $1000/semester are available. Once a student is enrolled this scholarship is awarded for four years as long as they have a cumulative GPA of at least a 3.25.

Deans Scholarship
Awarded to students who have shown exception academic ability regardless of their financial need. Awards up to $500/semester are available. Once a student is enrolled this scholarship is awarded for the duration of their schooling as long as the cumulative GPA is at least a 3.25.

Alumni Scholarship
Entering students who are sons and daughters of alumni are considered for this award. The amount of this scholarship varies and is awarded on a yearly basis. An application is required and must be submitted to the alumni relations director. Awards are determined by the Ashland Alumni Association Committee (AAAC). A separate application must be submitted each year by March 15.


Student Loans
College can be expensive. Students who require extra funds for their education are able to take out loans through Ashland County Bank. Interest rates are currently at 5%. All student loans are deferred until 6 months after graduation.


9 comments:

  1. This looks fantastic, I really like the comments from students, with their profile photo. I love these types of geeky posts, with all the figures, and rules.

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    1. Thank you! I really enjoy these kinds of posts too. I love seeing how others organize their game and what ideas i can borrow :)

      Thans for commenting!

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  2. I like the student quotes too, I need to work on my Pierce University page. Is your university going to take sims from other hoods as well? If so, I need to add it to my list

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    1. Thank you! Your university (along with the rest of your hood) has inspired so many of my ideas about Ashland! I'm really interested in the interhood university! I'm not 100% sure how it works, but I would love to learn more about it! Thank you for commenting!

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    2. O, it's lots of fun. Usually simmers trade sims or simply send sims to other hoods for university. Sometimes after graduation they return to their base hood, or chose to stay in the new hood, or move onto another different hood. Basically you download the sims and add them to your game via CAS, this avoids bloating due to them bringing memories. I've done this with Benjamin Endeavour, who transferred to my university from his school, and I've sent Annie Grey, Bryant Grey and Amanda Wilsonoff off more recently.

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    3. Ooh sounds awesome! I would love to do this!!

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    4. I found a blog post where I detail the process a bit, there's also a link to one of the campus visits

      http://applevalleyblogs.blogspot.com/2012/01/when-bell-rings-2012.html#more

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    5. Finally updated the blog with a link to your university

      http://applevalleyblogs.blogspot.com/p/pierce-university.html

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    6. Yay!! I am excited to have some new students attend Ashland University :)

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