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Basics Education Vocabulary True or False Key Places Fun Facts
100
Realistic, Artistic, Enterprising, Investigative, Social, Conventional
List and describe one Holland Code from the Kuder Journey.
100
What is a major.
The academic subject area a student chooses to focus on during undergraduate studies.
100
What is False.
A commuter student lives on campus and walks to classes.
100
What is Academic
My ___ Advisor can assist with planning my course schedule.
200
What is a public institution.
This type of institution is governed by state regulations, allots for an in-state tuition rate, and profits are circulated back through the institution.
200
What is an Articulation Agreement.
This agreement is a formal agreement between two or more colleges for a degree or program.
200
What is True.
Evaluating student outcomes of a school can give you an indication of the quality of the school and education offered.
200
What is Admissions.
___ manages the recruitment of students and the application process.
300
What are CLEP (College Level Examination Program) or DSST (Dantes Subject Standard Tests)
Passing these exams can provide you with transfer credit into your degree plan.
300
What is Hybrid or Blended.
Names commonly used to describe courses in which some traditional face-to-face "seat time" has been replaced by online learning activities.
300
What is False.
Completing all required classes online is a faster way to earn your degree.
300
Offers career counseling, assessments, workshops, and other resources to help find internships and jobs to apply to graduate programs.
List 2 services the Career Services department can provide.
400
What are Private for-profit institutions.
Institutions operating as a business, often have shareholders, and surplus funding (profits) are distributed to its shareholders.
400
What are General Education Requirements.
Core courses that all students, regardless of major, must complete, i.e., lab science, math, English, history, physical education, etc.
400
What is False.
It doesn't matter where you attend school and obtain your degree - you just need to check the box that you have a degree.
500
What are Regional and National. Regional is the highest level of accreditation and impacts the ability to transfer credits.
The two types of accreditation are ___ and ___. Explain why this is an important factor for school selection.
500
What is the Joint Services Transcript (JST).
A record of military training evaluated by the American Council on Education and given recommended equivalent college transfer credit.
500
What is True.
Transfer credits are not guaranteed and are determined on a course by course basis by the institution you're attending.






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