I have always felt that the figure could be cut drastically if all high school graduates work for a full year between high school and college. The lion's share of "drops outs and failures" during first year at college or university is caused by the immaturity of the incoming students.Another opinion:
Although there is some merit to the point about the immaturity situation, the primary reason there are such high drop-out and failure rates with freshmen in college and university is because they are simply not prepared with the kind of workload that they are faced with when they do first get exposed to college or university. Work experience really has nothing to do with it, it's more about the work load because most students that come out of high school have been pretty much babied from elementary school and haven't been faced with the kind of pressure that is put on students entering university or college.
In university, it is expected of students to take their own notes, do their own research, and know their stuff when they do take the courses they do. In high school, note-taking is more easier because, for one, classes are smaller and students tend to get a lot more hand-outs than what most the professors at the universities and colleges would dream of. And those hand-outs have everything on them, so much so that students don't have to take notes. At university, though, if they're given hand-outs like on the powerpoints displayed on the screen, it is pretty well mandatory to take notes of what the professor is saying in addition to what's on the screen or the white-board.
Students also tend to overload themselves with their schedules and consequently overwork themselves. It's too easy to put six courses in one semester because in high school, students could easily put in eight or even 10 courses in one semester and did just fine with the workload there; but in university and college, with the kind of workload they are faced with they soon realize that they have to drop out of certain classes in order to ease the course-load and make it easier for them to get good-enough (or better) grades.
A lot of people coming into university or college just come in to get away with partying and drinking, at least that's the kind of stereotyping that comes with kids going from high school to college or university. This is primarily because they are away from the watchful eyes of their parents and feel they can do whatever they want, including partying and put their studies away for later. These type of people see college as an excuse to get away from home and party because they can do it there when they couldn't at home.
A fourth possibility for increased drop-out rates is the lack of support from parents and friends. With most students entering colleges, their group of friends are no longer there: they're off at a different college or university in a different city or even a different state or province all together, and they weren't in close contact so that a student couldn't share or copy notes off of them when needed. Students have to make new friends, and even that can be hard because there are thousands of students to "choose" from.
Intimidation also comes from the huge classes that are common with first-year classes, and often it's harder to get one-on-one help with a professor when there's 300 to 500 students in one class!
Also, professors are not as lenient on deadlines as high school students are. If a paper is late, it will get a zero, no exceptions.
So some suggestions to decrease the drop-out/failure rate for students that have graduated from high school and entered college or university include the following:
There are many other suggestions, but these are only a few.
Yes, you may drop out at anytime, however; if you plan on withdrawing out and have taken out student loans/grants there is a predetermined time frame in which the school has to return any payments received. (Ask your school counselor to find out how many weeks you have if this is something you are interested in.)
If the school is required to return funds then you will only be responsible for the difference of what was spent. If you do not drop out soon enough then you will still have to pay your student loans back in full (in installemts unless you can afford to pay in full).
If you have paid out of pocket for you tuition then the same applies they will refund you any overage you have paid if you withdraw within their specified time period. Otherwise your payment will not be reimbursed.
PUMA-Pumasok Upang Maging Akrho
MARLBORO-Man Always Remember Love Because of Romance Only
AKRHO-Always Keep Romance Honest Organization
FOREEVEN-Forever Only Remember Even if you Voice Your self Even no right
STORK-Secret Talk Of Organization Remains to be Keep
SMOKE-secret make of killer skeptron
RITUAL-respect it together until you agree live.
Forever ka ba Tol?-Oo, I born, I live, I die as an AKRHO.
Anong sigaw ng Balintawak?-I love you AKRHO.
Sino ang nasa likod ng MARLBORO?-Boy Chua and Jun Pasaporte
Sinong tumalon sa 13 palapag ng U.E.?-Jun Pasaporte
Sino si Jun Pasaporte?-Supreme Founder ng Junior AKRHO.
Veni-Nidi-Mici-I come, I saw, I conguierd
Buhay o Patay?-Buhay ngunit PILAY-May sinko ka?
Wala, limang letra meron, AKRHO.
Anong laman ng basura?-38, 45, Pana, Tusok, at Bomba
Kumusta ka Hudas?-Mabuti Satanas.
Paano ka naging AKRHO?-Dahil kay ALPHA, na kapatid ni KAPPA, na pinsang buo ni RHO.
Spell AKRHO?-I LOVE YOU
Saan matatagpuan ang Lamisang itim?-Sa loob ng Canteen ng U.S.T. na sinusulatan ni Jun Pasaporte at kinakainan
ni Boy Chua at dinidilaan ng mga Neophyte.
Kabilugan ng Buwan?-Labasan ng mga AKRHO
Pantalon na suot ni Jun Pasaporte?- Levis na itim
Kumusta ka kapatid?-Mabuti Kaibigan
Sino si Boy Chua?-G.O.D Batang Calookan may ari ng itim na mansanas, pinsan ni pasaporte.-May posporo ka?
Wala, Palito meron Labing tatlong palapag?-ALPHA KAPPA RHO
AKRHO means?-Vincit Omnio Veritas
Anong mabibili ng 25c?-Okra
Anong araw ngayon?-August 8, 1973
Sino ang nagdala sa akin?-Ako kapatid
Bakit lumubog ang barko?-Dahil sa dami ng AKRHO
Sikreto ng A.K.P.?-Ang kapang itim na nkatago sa dulong sulok ng PADDLE.
Anong ginagawa ni Jun Pasaporte?-Nasa loob ng U.S.T. nagsusulat ng Junior History.
Sasakyan ni Jun Pasaporte?-Kabayong itim
Kulay ng panyo ni Jun Pasaporte?-PULA
Kapatiran sa ng Basura?-Maasahan mo ako, pero hindi kita mapapagkatiwalaan.
Saan matatagpuan ang pusang itim ng AKRHO?-Eveready Battery
Saan makikita ang gintong paru-paro?-Sa 25c
Tatlong Baytang na pinagdaanan ni Jun Pasaporte?-ORRO, MATTA, PLATTA
LATA? - BASURA
MANOK - PALAY
SANDOK - PINGGAN
BASAG NA LATA - PEPENG BOTE
BULAKLAK - EVERLASTING
77-88-3 - PASA-DASA-PORTE
88-77-3 - DASA-PASA-PORTE
553 - ALPHA KAPPA RHO
38, 45, 357 - PUMUPUTOK, PUMAPATAY
8 PANTY - 13 BRIEF
ALAK - AKRHO WINE
Saan sumisikat ang araw?-Sa kanang kamay ng AKRHO
Saan makikita ang Black na Apple?-Sa likod ng Canteen ng U.S.T.
Saan makikita ang Green na Apple?-Sa loob ng studio ng student canteen
Saan makikita ang Red na Apple?-Sa likod ng canteen ng U.E.
Tau Ibon - Florante at Laura
Sigarilyo - Marlboro
Ilan ang laman ng Marlboro - Tatlo A.K.P.
Sino ang laman ng Marlboro - A.K.P.
Tol, my lighter ka ba? - Wala Posporo
Banag na Lata - Peping Bote
Sino ang nasa likod ng Marlboro - Boy Chua
Saan matagpuan ang araw? - sa kanang kamay
Sino ka kaibigan? - Ako'y isang kapatid
Tol, forever ka ba? - I born, I live, I die as an Akrho
.38, .45 - pumutok, pumatay
Sino ang sumalo kay Jun Pasaporte ng lumundag siya sa 13 palapag
sa san juanico bridge? - ikaw bay miyembro ng akrho
saan ka nakatira - 13, 20 Jun Pasaporte St. AKRHO, Manila
Ano ka ng Lolo mo?- AKRHO ako ng lolo ko
Batang Kalookan - Boy Chua
Trese Panty - Labintatlong panty
Dignity - To kill Triskelion
Ambrosyo, Ambrosya - Patayin, Bugbugin, Kill Tau Gamma Phi
12, 12 ganito,ganoon kilala mo ba siya? Siya ang founder ng UST
Saan matagpuan ang black na apple? - sa likod ng canteen ng UST
Saan matagpuan ang green na apple? - sa loob ng studyo ng student canteen
Saan matagpuan ang red na apple? - sa likod ng canteen ng U.E.
Kolor - red
Bakit ka nagging AKRHO - Gawa ni Alpha, kapatid ni Kappa, na pinsan ni Rho
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St.Peter's College is a school that can be boring but it what you make of it. IT IS IN THE HOOD! You really have to becareful when roaming the surrounding area. One thing that is GREAT are the teachers. They are better than most universities.
I think it is the same as the federal identification number, which is, 133893536.
It is found in the tuition statement Form 1098-T
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Colleges vs. Universities vs. Schools:
The difference between a college and a university is that a college just offers a collection of degrees in one specific area while a university is a collection of colleges. When you go to a university you are going to be graduating from one of their colleges, such as the business college. As to which is better, it depends on what you want. Single colleges tend to be smaller while universities are bigger, but universities are better known.
Explanations from other contributors:
Those of us who work here commonly refer to it as "the university," and as a Virginia Charter University, which has allowed William & Mary a large degree of independence from the commonwealth, all new employees are now "university employees" vice "state employees" as the college now has its own human resources structure separate from (but similar to) the commonwealth's HR structure. Current "state employees" also have the option to convert to "university employees." Bottom line: While W&M operates at a level commonly equated to universities, it chooses to maintain the title of college for historical reasons. I suspect that Dartmouth College has the same or similar reasoning for not taking on the title of university, although it certainly would be justified in doing so.
1) Community colleges absolutely do now offer bachelor degrees and not always in conjunction with a 4-year college or university. This is a new trend in the US and many are fighting it, because that wasn't the purpose behind the community college concept when it was first developed.
2) Universities are not more prestigious than colleges. I defy anyone to tell me that MIT, which isn't a university, isn't as prestigious as Harvard University.
3) In answer to this post: "A university confers degrees up to PhD. A 4-year college confers Bachelors and Masters degrees. (BA,BS & MA, MS) A 2-year or community college confers the associate degree. (AA or AS)": There are many colleges that offer doctoral degrees. In the US, a "4-year college" does not offer a masters. That goes beyond the 4 years. As I wrote before, many community and 2-year colleges offer bachelor degrees.
4) Last point, in answer to "The difference between a college and a university is that a college just offers a collection of degrees in one specific area, while a university is a collection of colleges": Universities contain colleges and universities offer the degree. For example, my degree is from the University of Illinois, not from the College of Education. I earned the degree through the COE, but UI granted the degree.
There are a few problems to answering your question - one is the fact that no one actually knows how many homeschoolers are out there. There are estimates ranging between 1 and 2 million, but these are estimates only.
Another problem is the fact that no one actually knows how many college students were homeschooled. Many homeschoolers attend some High school to have transcripts and avoid questions. Others list their home school as a private school - actually they are forced to be listed as private schools in many states by law. Still others attend Junior college concurrently with homeschooling - just as some state funded highschoolers do. This gives them college transcripts. Many Universities will take college transcripts without asking for high school transcripts if they have enough (often equivalent to a year's worth or even a semester's in some cases).
A third problem is there is a small (but growing) segment within homeschoolers that homeschool college.
A fairer question would be "what percentage of homeschoolers who apply to a college are accepted"?
As I understand it. In many schools including Ivy League Universities, Homeschoolers are actually more likely to be accepted than Public Schoolers. They tend to have higher test scores, they tend to have more extracurricular activities, and finally, they tend to have fewer problems with transcripts :)
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A commuting student (as compared to a resident student) lives off campus (frequently with parents) and commutes to college or university.
Yeah, I transferred there 3 years ago from Appalachian State University, and was pleasantly surprised. They don't enforce the drinking age at all on one of the two campuses, and there are actually a couple different spots on campus that you can spend meal points on alcohol. Frat culture is also really big, as all frats have to be on campus and almost half of the student body is in a frat or some other sort of selective living group.
Pace High School, Pace FL.
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37) Grace High School (Lagos)
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There are approximately 325 institutions in the UCAS scheme including universities, colleges of higher education and further education colleges that offer HE courses. An up-to-date count of universities only is available from Universities UK.
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