Category - Combined-Admission Programs

University of Rochester

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Rochester Admissions Update: Early…Huge…Wow…
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League of Librarians
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Two Down, One to Go: School of Nursing Update
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How to Get Your Nursing Degree at Rochester
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I’m Pedro, Nice to Meet You!
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A Little About Myself
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Combined-Admission Programs Prepare Future Leaders
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You may think you’ve applied, but have you?

Rochester Admissions Update: Early…Huge…Wow…

Rochester’s growth as a top private university has been epic since 2006. We’ve added 17 campus buildings and a second (and huge) retail center next to campus (with Moe’s and Insomnia Cookies … dangerous to my diet). We’ve added 21 new degree programs, including two bachelor’s in business, four in public health, and exclusive blends of arts with technology.[…]

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League of Librarians

After devouring some turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and topping it all off with fancy desserts, I bet the Thanksgiving break was awesome. I won’t be surprised to see some of us undo our deeds at the gym over the next couple of days. Anyway, as I was cleaning my room over the break, I came[…]

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Two Down, One to Go: School of Nursing Update

This week, I began my third and final semester of nursing school. The day is filled with orientation, introductions and scheduling for the upcoming semester. The majority of our coursework is related to medical and surgical nursing in a variety of specialties. We will also have a community health experience and projects throughout the semester.[…]

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How to Get Your Nursing Degree at Rochester

One degree, two degrees, three degrees, FOUR?! As you have probably heard, the University of Rochester has Combined Admission Programs and Dual Degree Programs available for prospective students to apply to. These programs are designed to allow students to pursue their undergraduate passions while being dually accepted into post-graduate or second degree programs. There are endless academic[…]

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I’m Pedro, Nice to Meet You!

Hey, everybody! My name is Pedro Pablo Vallejo Ramirez, I am an international freshman here at the University of Rochester. I was born in Bogota, Colombia, but when I was three years old my family moved to Panama and I have lived there ever since. Among my several interests, I enjoy reading (I'm a huge[…]

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A Little About Myself

by Stacy Wells Shea Hi there. My name is Stacy Wells Shea, though people in the office refer to me as swells (my reader name). I’m originally from New Hartford, NY, and studied political science at Syracuse University as a scholarship athlete in swimming. I’ve been working for the University of Rochester for about 10[…]

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Combined-Admission Programs Prepare Future Leaders

By Justine Rumbel, Senior Admissions Counselor Recently, we welcomed 88 admitted students to campus who were finalists for one of three Combined-Admission Programs (CAPs). The CAPs programs assure admission into a University of Rochester graduate school in business, engineering, or education. Get ready for some acronyms: There’s Rochester Early Business Scholars (REBS), Graduate Engineering at[…]

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You may think you’ve applied, but have you?

If you are applying for REMS, REBS, GEAR, or GRADE, have you… 1)  Submitted your entire application? (Common Application, Common Application Supplement, ninth–present grade transcript, counselor and teacher recommendations, and SAT and/or ACT scores) 2)  Completed the “Combined-Admission Programs 2010-2011” supplement? If any of these items are missing, you will not be considered an applicant[…]

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