College Admissions Process Bingo

College Admissions Process Bingo Card

This bingo card has 23 images, a free space and 24 words: A unit of measure for college coursework, A college degree that can often be earned by following a four-year instructional program., A comprehensive resource listing college regulations, program and course descriptions, degree and graduation requirements, transfer requirements, and other essential information., the teachers and professors at a school or college, A type of financial aid that generally does not have to be paid back after the student leaves school., Free Application for Federal Student Aid is used to determine financial aid from federal resources and from many state resources., a self-supporting institution of higher education operated with, An academic administrator or official at a school, college, or university, especially one with responsibility for students, To cancel registration in a course after enrolling into it., an institution of higher education operated with state funds, A supervised short-term apprenticeship or temporary job in a real-world setting closely related to a student's field of study., A federal grant program to assist low-income students in attending institutions of higher education, Specialization in one academic discipline or field of study., A form of financial aid that must be repaid with interest, privately owned and operated post-secondary schools organized as either non-profit or profit-making ventures primarily to teach vocational skills, Generally a combination of grants, scholarships, loans, and work-study, this is the total amount of financial aid you receive to help pay for college costs., A diploma earned after successfully completing a required program of study in a community or technical college., An outline plan for a particular class, including textbook requirements, class meeting dates, reading assignments, examination dates, and the instructor's grading standards, etc., Approval for a student to attend an educational institution, A type of financial aid which pays students to work part-time, often on campus, during the academic year., A student who has so far earned 45-90 quarter credits or 30-60 semester credits toward a baccalaureate degree program is referred to as a (second year student in the program), First year in the program; A student who has so far earned less than 45 quarter credits or 30 semester credits toward a baccalaureate degree program is referred to as a, A course that must be completed (often with a certain minimum grade) or a skill that must be demonstrated before a student can enroll in a more advanced course and 4year 2 year Technical or Trade school.

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