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Off to College
Show me the money Where do I go? Take it to the next degree This & That “P”erfect response response 10 20 30 40 50
What is a scholarship? Topic 1: 10 points
Financial assistance that must be repaid What is a loan? Topic 1: 20 points
What is an award letter? Topic 1: 30 points
Need based federal or state financial assistance that does not require repayment What is a grant? Topic 1: 40 points
What are grants & scholarships? Topic 1: 50 points
What is the university bookstore? Topic 2: 10 points
What is the admissions office? Topic 2: 20 points
Provides information and counseling about college funding issues What is the financial aid office? Topic 2: 30 points
Registers students for classes, handles student schedule changes (drop/add) & processes name/address changes What is the registrar’s office? Topic 2: 40 points
What is the bursar’s office? Determines how much money students owe for tuition, housing, dining contracts and fees; also collects payments Topic 2: 50 points
What is a bachelor’s (baccalaureate) degree? A four-year degree from a college or university Topic 3: 10 points
What is an associate’s degree? Degree awarded for completing a two-year undergraduate program Topic 3: 20 points
What is a certificate? A document that verifies completion of a specific area of study Topic 3: 30 points
What is a master ’ s degree? A graduate degree that usually requires two or more years of study beyond a bachelor’s degree Topic 3: 40 points
What is a doctoral degree? The most advanced degree that can be earned Topic 3: 50 points
What is a transcript? A record of all your classes & grades kept by the Registrar’s office Topic 4: 10 points
What is a major? A student’s concentrated field of study Topic 4: 20 points
What is a minor? A student’s secondary field of study Topic 4: 30 points
What is tuition? Costs for courses not including special fees Topic 4: 40 points
What is a syllabus? A written description of course content distributed by instructors to students Topic 4: 50 points
What is a public college? College or university supported by the state Topic 5: 10 points
What is a professor? A college instructor Topic 5: 20 points
What is a private college? A college or university supported by outside funding, tuition & fees - not state supported (may have a religious affiliation) Topic 5: 30 points
What is a prerequisite? A course that must be taken before enrolling in another course Topic 5: 40 points
What is a proprietary school? Private, for-profit school typically offering vocational & technical training Topic 5: 50 points
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