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1 At a Glance Main Address 138 North Lucretia Street Oakland City, IN (812) Type of School Private University Liberal Arts College Four-year Baptist General Conference Coed Percent applicants admitted: 82% Regionally Accredited North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Admission Office 138 North Lucretia Street Oakland City, IN (812) (800) Fax: (812) Contact: Betty Burns Director of Admissions Calendar: Semester Degrees Available: Associate Bachelor's Master's Doctoral First Professional Other characteristics:branches in Bedford and at Branchville Training Center. Accelerated degrees offered at several off-campus sites (National Guard bases and civilian locations), Rockville Training Center, Madison Correctional Facility, NewCastle Correctional Facility, Miami Correctional Center, and Indiana Women's Prison. Setting Rural setting Small town (2,500-9,999) Commuter campus Student Body 1st-year students: Size Total undergrads: 1,529 Degree-seeking undergrads: 1,529 90% In-state students 10% Out-of-state students <1% American Indian/Alaskan Native 1% Asian/Pacific Islander 16% Black/Non-Hispanic 1% Hispanic 74% White/Non-Hispanic <1% Non-Resident Alien 8% Race/ethnicity unreported 9% in top 10th of graduating class 16% in top quarter of graduating class 41% in top half of graduating class 16% had h.s. GPA of 3.75 and higher 14% had h.s. GPA between 3.5 and % had h.s. GPA between 3.25 and % had h.s. GPA between 3.0 and % had h.s. GPA between 2.5 and % had h.s. GPA between 2.0 and % had h.s. GPA between 1.0 and

2 Deadlines Tests SAT Reasoning / ACT score report due by: 05-AUG SAT Subject score report due by: -- Admission Regular application deadline: 08-SEP Priority application deadline: -- College will notify student by: -- Student must reply to acceptance by: No set date Deadline for housing deposit: 22-JUL Early Decision & Early Action Early decision deadline: -- College will notify student of early decision by: -- Early action deadline: -- College will notify student of early action by: -- Financial Aid Financial aid deadline: 01-MAR Financial aid priority deadline: -- International Students Fall application deadline: -- Transfer Students Rolling admission for transfer students Transfer application closing date: Rolling admission Transfer priority application date: -- College will notify student of transfer decision by: -- Transfer deadline for filing financial aid forms: -- Transfer priority financial aid deadline: -- College will notify student of financial aid decisions on or about: -- Student must reply to financial aid decision by: -- 2

3 Admission Application Fee College has an application fee: Yes Regular application fee: $35 Online application fee: $35 Paper and online application fees may be waived for applicants with financial need. Acceptance & Retention Percent applicants admitted: 82% Open admission, but with selective admission to some programs Transfer Students Number of transfers who applied for fall term: Not reported Number of transfers who were admitted for fall term: Not reported Terms in which transfers may enroll: Fall, Spring, Summer Transfers accepted at these levels: First-semester freshman, second-semester freshman, sophomore, junior, senior Open admission for transfer students Admission requirements for transfers: Required of All: High School Transcript, College Transcript(s), Statement of good standing from Prior Institutions(s) Recommended of All: Interview Minimum college GPA required (4.0 scale): 2.0 Lowest grade earned for any course that may be transferred for credit (on a 4.0 scale): 2.0 Maximum credits/courses from 2-year institution: 64 Maximum credits/courses from 4-year institution: 92 Minimum credits transfers must complete to earn associate degree: 32 Minimum credits transfers must complete to earn bachelor's degree: 36 Additional requirements for transfer admission: Applicants meet with Provost to discuss course transfer credit. Admission Policies and Factors Admission requirements: Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT Very important admission factors: Rigor of secondary school record Standardized Test Scores Important admission factors: Character/Personal Qualities Interview Academic GPA Considered: Class Rank Application Essay Recommendations Talent/Ability Volunteer Work A note about the college's admission requirements:2.5 high school GPA and SAT/ACT test scores most important. Recommendations considered. High School Preparation High School diploma required, GED accepted Required units: 3

4 Admission (continued) High School Preparation (continued) Recommended units: 12 total English 4 Math 3 Science 3 Social Studies 2 Home-Schooled Students Special requirements for home-schooled applicants: (in addition to any policies listed above) Transcript/record of courses and grades 4

5 SAT, AP, CLEP Test Scores Middle 50% of First-Year Students Percent Who Submitted Scores SAT Critical Reading: % SAT Math: % SAT Writing: % ACT Composite: % SAT & ACT Policies For admission decisions: Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT SAT or ACT writing component will be used as follows: SAT Reasoning/ACT score report due by: 05-AUG SAT Subject score report due by: Not reported SAT score-use policy: All SAT Scores Required for Review Advanced Placement Program(AP) Information AP Credit and Placement Policy Offers credit for AP Exams:Yes Offers placement into higher-level courses for AP Exams: Yes College-Level Examinations Program(CLEP) Information All CLEP exam scores range from 20 to 80. A score of 99 indicates that credit is awarded on an individuallydetermined basis Exam Minimum Grade Credit Hours for Credit Awarded American Government 50 3 American Literature 50 3 Analysis and Interpretation of 50 3 Literature Biology 50 3 Calculus 50 3 Chemistry 50 5 College Algebra 50 3 College Algebra-Trigonometry College French-Level College French-Level College German- Level College German-Level College Mathematics 50 3 College Spanish-Level College Spanish-Level English Composition 50 3 English Composition with Essay English Literature 50 3 Financial Accounting

6 SAT, AP, CLEP (continued) College-Level Examinations Program(CLEP) Information (continued) All CLEP exam scores range from 20 to 80. A score of 99 indicates that credit is awarded on an individuallydetermined basis Exam Minimum Grade for Credit Credit Hours Awarded Freshman College Composition 50 3 History of the United States I 50 3 History of the United States II 50 3 Human Growth and Development Humanities 50 3 Information Systems and Computer Application Introductory Business Law 50 3 Introductory Educational Psychology Introductory Psychology 50 3 Introductory Sociology Natural Sciences 50 3 Precalculus 50 3 Principles of Accounting 50 3 Principles of Macroeconomics 50 3 Principles of Management 50 3 Principles of Marketing 50 3 Principles of Microeconomics 50 3 Social Sciences and History Trigonometry Western Civilization I: Ancient Near East to 1648 Western Civilization II: 1648 to Present

7 Cost & Financial Aid Annual College Costs (Fall 2009) Living on -campus Living at home Commuting, not living at home In-state tuition and fees: $15,400 $15,400 $15,400 Out-of-state tuition and $15,400 $15,400 $15,400 fees: Room and board: $6,700 $2,000 Books and supplies: $1,500 $1,500 $1,500 Estimated personal $1,500 $2,000 $2,000 expenses: Transportation expense: $1,500 $3,200 $3,200 Cost per credit hour: $500 Cost per credit hour (instate): Cost per credit hour (out-ofstate): Financial Aid Statistics Full-time freshman enrollment: Not reported Number who applied for need-based aid: Not reported Number who were judged to have need: Not reported Number who were offered aid: Not reported Number who had full need met: Not reported Average percent of need met: Not reported Average financial aid package: Not reported Average need-based loan: Not reported Average need-based scholarship or grant award: Not reported Average non-need based aid: Not reported Average indebtedness at graduation: Not reported Financial Aid Distribution Percent of total undergraduate aid awarded as: Scholarships / grants: Not Reported Loans / jobs: Not Reported Non-need-based aid determined by: Academics Alumni Affiliation Art Athletics Minority Status Music/Drama Religious Affiliation Need-based aid determined by: State/District Residency Financial Aid Forms Domestic first-year financial aid applicants must submit the following forms, if applicable: FAFSA Contact Information Financial Aid Office phone: (812)

8 Majors Most Popular Majors For Associate Degrees Liberal Arts: 43% Business/Marketing: 30% Mechanic and Repair Technologies: 5% For Bachelor's Degrees Business/Marketing: 59% Education: 15% Liberal Arts: 7% Visual and Performing Arts: 5% Graduate Paths Not reported All Majors Levels at which colleges offer undergraduate majors are designated by these letters: A = Associate degree, B = Bachelor's degree, C = Certificate or diploma. Agriculture & Related Sciences Horticultural Services A Arts, Visual & Performing Art - General A,B Graphic Design B Industrial Design A,B Music - General B Music - General Performance B Biological & Biomedical Sciences Biology B Business, Management, & Marketing Accounting A,B Business - General A,B Business Administration/Management A,B Human Resources Management B Management Information Systems B Organizational Behavior Studies B Computer & Information Sciences Computer/Information Sciences - General A,B Construction Trades Construction Trades - General A 8

9 Majors (continued) All Majors (continued) Levels at which colleges offer undergraduate majors are designated by these letters: A = Associate degree, B = Bachelor's degree, C = Certificate or diploma. Education Art Teacher Education B Biology Teacher Education B Business Teacher Education B Early Childhood Education A,B,C Elementary Education A,B English Teacher Education B Health Teacher Education B History Teacher Education B Mathematics Education B Music Teacher Education B Physical Education B Reading Teacher Education B Science Teacher Education B Social Science Teacher Education B Social Studies Teacher Education B Special Education B Engineering Technologies Drafting and Design Technology A Electrical Engineering Technologies A English Language & Literature English Language & Literature - General B History History - General B Liberal Arts & Sciences General Studies A,B Humanities B Liberal Arts & Sciences A,B Mathematics Applied Mathematics B Mechanic & Repair Technologies Diesel Mechanics A Heating/A.C./Refrigeration Mechanics A Parks, Recreation & Fitness Health/Physical Fitness B Personal & Culinary Services Culinary Arts/Related Services A Philosophy & Religion Religion/Religious Studies A,B,C Precision Production Trades Welding Technology A Psychology Psychology - General B Security & Protective Services Criminal Justice Studies A,B 9

10 Majors (continued) All Majors (continued) Levels at which colleges offer undergraduate majors are designated by these letters: A = Associate degree, B = Bachelor's degree, C = Certificate or diploma. Social Sciences Social Sciences - General B Sociology B 10

11 Academics & Support Special Study Options Accelerated Program Distance Learning Double Major Dual Enrollment of High School Students External Degree Program Honors Program Independent Study Internships Liberal Arts/Career Combination Teacher Certification Cooperative (Work-Study) Programs Cooperative (work-study programs): Yes Academic Support Services Extensive Undergraduate Evening or Early Morning Classes Learning Center Pre-Admission Summer Program Reduced Course Load Remedial Instruction Tutoring Counseling & Other Support Services Adult (re-entering) student services Career Counseling Chaplain/Spiritual Director Economically Disadvantaged Student Services Employment Service Financial Aid Counseling Freshman Orientation Program Personal Counseling Placement Service Veterans Counselor Special Services for Transfer Students For students transferring IN from another school: Advisor Orientation Pre-admission transcript evaluation (determination of what courses will transfer) For students transferring OUT of this school: Transfer advisor Services for Students with Disabilities Partial Services/Facilities For Students With Learning Disabilities Wheelchair Accessibility Computer Services 92 work stations, available in: - libraries - computer centers - student centers 11

12 Academics & Support (continued) Computer Services (continued) Dorms Wired for Access to Campus-Wide Network Accounts Provided to All Students Commuter/Off-Campus Students Can Connect to Campus Network Dorms Wired for High Speed Internet Connections Online Library Wireless Network Distance Learning Offers distance learning courses or programs (online or partially online): Yes 12

13 Housing & Campus Life Housing and Policies Guaranteed On-Campus Housing For All Undergraduates Housing options: Men's Housing Women's Housing Apartments For Married Students Apartments For Single Students Wellness housing (alcohol/drug/smoke-free) Deadline for housing deposit: 22-JUL Amount of housing deposit: $100 Housing deposit is refundable in full if student does not enroll. First-time first-year students allowed to have car Campus Rural setting Small town (2,500-9,999) Commuter campus Geographical location: 30 miles from Evansville. Activities + indicates availability Campus ministries Choral groups + Concert band Dance Drama + Film society Fraternities International students Jazz band Literary magazine Marching band Model U.N. Music ensembles + Musical theater Opera Pep band + Radio station Sororities Student government + Student newspaper + Symphony orchestra Television station Yearbook + Other activities or organizations: mental health assistance group, Circle-K, Student Christian Association, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Theologs, student education association 13

14 Sports General Athletics Member: NCAA, NCCAA Team name: Oaks Sport Baseball Basketball Bowling Cheerleading Cross-Country Football (Non-Tackle) Golf Soccer Softball Table Tennis Levels Available Men's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate Men's Scholarship Men's NCAA Division II Women's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's Scholarship Women's Scholarship Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Women's Intercollegiate Women's Scholarship Men's NCAA Division II Women's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Scholarship Women's Scholarship Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Men's NCAA Division II Women's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Scholarship Women's Scholarship Men's NCAA Division II Women's NCAA Division II Men's Intercollegiate Women's Intercollegiate Men's Scholarship Women's Scholarship Women's NCAA Division II Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Women's Scholarship Men's Intramural Women's Intramural 14

15 Sports (continued) Sport Volleyball Levels Available Women's NCAA Division II Women's Intercollegiate Men's Intramural Women's Intramural Women's Scholarship 15

16 International Students Admission for International Students Fall application deadline: -- Application fee: $50 Annual College Costs (Fall 2009) Tuition and Fees $15,400 Room & Board (on-campus) $6,700 Additional estimated expenses -- Costs per credit hour $500 Financial Aid International students eligible for non-need-based aid Number of enrolled international undergraduates received aid: -- Total amount awarded : -- Tests for International Students Required: SAT Reasoning Test or ACT TOEFL required of non-resident alien applicants TOEFL (paper) minimum score: 500 TOEFL (paper) average score: 510 Services for International Students Housing During Summer Months for International Students International Student Adviser Special International Student Orientation Program 16

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