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For the entered profile, the predicted GPA in college should be 3.05.

The predicted number of hours needed to study for this profile is 24.50.

The typical number of memberships/organizations this student would join is 3.


Majors

recreation, art or music therapyearth science
marketing mgmt and researchpublic administration
geographyundecided
mining or petroleum techdentistry
textiles and clothingoceanography
visual, performing artsarchitectural design
personnel mgmtbusiness mgmt, general
graphic designmarketing and distribution, general
military scienceeducation, general
electrical engineering techhealth science or allied health
health science, specificapplied design or crafts
graphic arts techbusiness mgmt, specific area
computer programmingchiropractic
sociologydesign, general
accountingradio/TV broadcasting

Possible Career Paths (not related to major)

loan officerpurchasing
data base managerpolice officer
funeral directormilitary officer
insurance agentfranchise owner
computer analystreal estate appraiser
project managerbusiness exe
stock brokerauditor
intelligence agentsecurities analyst
purchasing

Michigan Colleges/Universities
Best Academic Match


Adrian CollegeCentral Michigan University
Concordia College-Ann ArborWestern Michigan University
College for Creative StudiesFerris State University
Grace Bible CollegeOakland University
Rochester CollegeSaginaw Valley State University
University of Detroit Mercy

Best Financial Scholarship Money Awarded

University of Michigan, FlintEastern Michigan University
Northwood UniversityWayne State University
Marygrove College

Ohio Colleges/Universities
Best Academic Match


University of ToledoWalsh University
Art Academy of CincinnatiAshland University
Cleveland Institute of ArtCollege of Mount St. Joseph
Columbus College of Art & DesignDavid N. Myers University
Kent State UniversityLake Erie College
Muskingum CollegeNotre Dame College
The University of Findlay

Best Financial Scholarship Money Awarded

Urbana UniversityWilmington College
Wright State UniversityDefiance College
Lourdes College

New York Colleges/Universities
Best Academic Match


St. Bonaventure UniversitySt. John Fisher College
St. Joseph's CollegeSchool of Visual Arts
College at BrockportAudrey Cohen College
John Jay College of Criminal JusticeDaemen College
Iona CollegeKeuka College
Long Island University BrooklynMarymount College
Medaille College

Best Financial Scholarship Money Awarded

Molloy CollegeMount Saint Mary College
Niagara UniversitySaint Francis College
St. John's UniversityCollege at Plattsburgh
Yeshiva UniversityFriends World Program
Boricua College
College of Mount St. Vincent




Cognition Evaluation for the first field of interest: Marketing, Sales or related areas

Very PoorPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellent
Cognition Evaluation for the second field of interest: Education, Government Services or related areas

Very PoorPoorFairGoodVery GoodExcellent
EFC Revised:
$7,896.36

Suggested Tuition Rate:
$20,400.00

Majors = “Best-fit” majors for graduating college in four years and securing employment.

Possible Career Paths = Career or professional paths that are typical for the entered academic profile that go beyond the student’s college major.

Colleges = “Best-fit” universities given academic graduation profiles. Cautionary Note: At more selective institutions, a student may have the same academic profile needed to attend this university, but still may not be accepted because of the weight given to cultural or demographic factors.

Cognition Evaluation for the field of interest = A student can select a general field of interest; the CCP will examine the cognitive match between a student’s interest and their cognitive ability.

EFC revised = Combines the GAP between the federal EFC and what a family is obligated to pay at their chosen college (each college calculates their own EFC).

Suggested Tuition Rate = Gives the amount of tuition a student can afford without causing later financial hardship; that is, given the starting salary of a chosen career field.
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