Friday, August 28, 2009

CW Post Long Island New York :)

CW Post Long Island UNIVERSITY
C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University
720 Northern Blvd., Brookville, New York 11548

Transfer Admissions Requirements

Transfer applicants need a minimum 2.0 cumulative grade point average computed over 24 college credits to be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.

Some programs, such as Nutrition, Nursing, Radiologic Technology, and Social Work require higher grade point averages.Performing Arts programs may also require a portfolio review, audition, and/or interview.Transfer students who have completed less than 24 college credits are required to submit high school transcripts and SAT/ACT scores. The Admission Committee takes the high school record into account along with the college record.

C.W. Post will accept a maximum of 72 credits from two-year colleges and 96 credits from four-year colleges and universities. The minimum grade required for a course to transfer is C-. Students transferring directly to C.W. Post upon completion of an Associate’s Degree may transfer courses in which they received D grades, provided those courses were required for the degree. Remember, we respond quickly within 24 to 48 hours to requests regarding how many credits you may transfer.

Tuition: $27,368 per year; per credit: $854
Room and Board: Double Occupancy/Meal Plan 2 $10,540 per year
Student Activity/University Fees: $1,400 per year (full-time)

Undergraduate/Part Time - (less than 12 credits)
Tuition per credit $854
Full Time* 12-18 credits $13,684 + fees
Audit Fee per credit $427

All Colleges and Schools - (University Fee)
12 or more credits $600
1 to 11.9 credits $300
* Possible Special Fees

Student Activity Fee
12 or more credits $100
Less than 12 credits $7 per credit

Meal Plan Rates
Pioneer Living Plan 1 (carte blanche meals/$125) $2,018
Pioneer Living Plan 2 (14 meals/$300) $1,820
Pioneer Living Plan 3 (10 meals/$375) $1,669
Pioneer Living Plan 4 (7 meals/$275) $1,446
• All resident students with 30 credits or less are required to enroll in Meal Plan One.
• Meal Plans are mandatory for resident students.
• There are also several commuter plans available for all students

Residence Life
Residence Hall: Fees - (per semester)
Double Occupancy $3,453
Single Occupancy N/A
Double Occupancy (Suite) $3,494
Summer - (per five week session)
Double Occupancy $1,269
Single Occupancy $1,721

Student Health Insurance
Dorm Insurance $700 annually
International Insurance $700 annually
Clinical Insurance $700 annually
Athletic Insurance $700 annually

So Yes everyone I am most definitely considering this school. They are an excellent school up in New York. The tuition and it has so much to offer me as a student. I mean honestly this is the school I want to get into. I think I am going to apply to all of top three now :)


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