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PRESENTATION TITLE Ambassador Names 1. Average Salary High School Drop Out$19,169 High School Graduate$29,448 Associate Degree$37,990 Bachelor’s Degree$54,689.

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1 PRESENTATION TITLE Ambassador Names 1

2 Average Salary High School Drop Out$19,169 High School Graduate$29,448 Associate Degree$37,990 Bachelor’s Degree$54,689 Master’s Degree$67,898 Doctoral Degree$92,863 College Education Source: 2005 US Census Bureau

3 University of Idaho Ranked in the Top 50 Best values for Public Colleges and Universities "77 Best Value Colleges in America” National research institution with world-class labs and facilities Our library is the largest in the state of Idaho Ranked in the top one-third of Intel's "100 Most Unwired College Campuses in the U.S.” Student/Faculty ratio 16:1 Enrolled from all 44 Idaho counties, 50 states and 77 countries.

4 Food Science

5 Agricultural & Extension Education Agriculture Teacher County Extension Agent Agricultural Journalist 4-H Educator Fun Facts Collegiate FFA; 80% of Idaho Ag Teachers graduated from this department

6 Agricultural Economics & Rural Sociology International Businessperson Crop Buyer Agribusiness Manager Agricultural Loan Officer Commodities Trader Fun Facts Ag Business Club & Knowledge Bowl Team, Craig Marotz led McDonald’s Restaurant expansion in China

7 Animal & Veterinary Science Dairy Production Manager Veterinarian Breed Association Representative Feedlot Manager Livestock Producer Fun Facts Dairy Science Internships, Panama sheep breed development in 1912, many research units on campus and around the state, cooperative vet school agreement with WSU, Equine reproduction lab (cloned mules), IVMA Vet of the Year, UI Teacher of the Year, UI Researcher of the Year

8 Biological & Agricultural Engineering Precision Ag Technology Farm Service Agency & USDA Biomedical Engineer Water Manager Biofuel Consultant Engineer Fun Facts AgrAbility Project, Research in microbes that clean up haz-mat spills, Biofuels research (Vandal Trolley & BioBug), Methane capture systems for dairies, students designed joystick to make combines more responsive

9 Family & Consumer Sciences Family Advocate FCS Teacher Clothing Designer Dietitian Sports Nutritionist Fun Facts Most online courses in CALS, Child Development Lab, Germ City & Now You’re Cooking programs, War on Hunger, Dietician students that take Registered Dietician exam score higher than national average

10 School of Food Science Product Designer Food Quality Assurance Food Safety Microbiologist Technical Sales Representative Fun Facts Student developed Pina Colada ice cream flavor for Schwan’s, Food Product Development Team won $10,000 for developing bubble team, Co-op program with WSU, Food Science Club- North Idaho Chili Cookoff

11 Microbiology, Molecular Biology, & Biochemistry Patent Science Lawyer Forensic Scientist Pharmaceutical Scientist Environmental Biotechnology Health Care Professional Fun Facts Research in E-coli & Bubonic Plague, Pre-med program, MMBB Club takes trips to breweries, hot springs, and biotech companies

12 Plant, Soil, & Entomological Sciences Agricultural Inspector Pest Management Specialist Farm Manager Seed Producer Fun Fact Soil Stewards, Crop research at the Plant Science Farm, Bug Museum with 1 million insect specimens and live walking stick insects and hissing cockroaches

13 Why Live on Campus? Close to classes More interaction with peers Better connected with community School activities are easy accessed Meet people with same interests

14 Living Options Many Student Residence Communities – More than 25 residence communities – 4 Apartment Communities – 8 Suite-style Living and Learning Communities (LLC) Greek: 16 Fraternities and 9 Sororities 6 Multicultural fraternities/sororities Women Cooperative Living

15 Admissions How to Apply? Application On-line Application Download forms $50 application fee (non-refundable) ACT or SAT test scores Official high school transcript

16 Cost of Attendance Idaho Residents Idaho Non -Residents Idaho Non- Residents with WUE Tuition and Full-time Student Fees $5,402$16,994$8,103 Room & Board (estimated) $7,194 Books & Supplies (estimated) $1,474 Subtotal: Base Costs $14,070$25,662$16,771 Transportation (estimated) $1,460 Miscellaneous & personal (estimated) $3,170 TOTAL COSTS:$18,700$30,292$21,401

17 Financial Aid Last year, University of Idaho students were awarded over $100 million in financial aid. How to apply for Financial Aid: – 1. Apply for Admissions – 2. Complete the FAFSA (Free Application for Federal Aid) Priority Deadline is February 15 th !!!! – 3. Accept your financial aid on VandalWeb

18 Scholarships Tuition, fees, room and board costs are consistently lower than the average for 4-year public universities throughout the nation More than 5,000 scholarships totaling in excess of $25 million is awarded. How to apply for scholarships: 1.Apply for admissions 2.Submit ACT/SAT scores 3.Submit a transcript

19 College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Scholarships

20 More than 200 student organizations Student Recreation Center: Climbing Wall: 55 ft. pillar and 6,000 sq. ft. of climbing area. Indoor track and hockey rink Latest in equipment Outdoor Rental Program Intramural Sports Activities and Clubs Activities and Clubs

21 College of Agricultural and Life Sciences Student Clubs Over 25 Student Clubs: Ag Student Affairs Council (AgSAC) Agribusiness Club CALS Ambassador AAFCS Club ASABE (ASM) ASABeE (Biosystems) Dairy Club Food & Nutrition Club Food Science Club International Textiles & Apparel Assoc Livestock and Meats Judging MMBB Club PAAEYC- SA Plant and Soils Science Club Pre-Vet Club Rodeo Club Sigma Alpha Agricultural Sorority Soil Stewards Student Idaho Cattle Association UI Student Society of Arboriculture

22 Admitted Meet with an Advisor Register for Classes Find a Place to Live Vandal Friday – Last weekend in March – Early Registration – Social Activities and Events – Housing

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