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  1. Thanks so much! Looking forward to checking these out.
  2. My plan is that this would be a history course, but would tie in literature as well.
  3. It has been quite a long time since I've been on the forums and for some reason I am having a terrible time with the search feature. I was planning on putting together a 1 semester course on the Civil Rights Movement for my rising junior. I have not had any luck finding something already put together, but I thought I would check here to see if there are must include resources at least. If any of you know of something that has been put together previously, I am open to that as well. Thanks! Laura
  4. The swim suit rule alone would keep my daughter from being able to attend this camp. Not every body type can fit in one piece suits. I'm kind of annoyed by most dress code restrictions anyway as my daughter is long and lean. She can wear 5" inseam shorts to work, but those would not fit the fingertip rule so many have adopted.
  5. Thank you all for your ideas. After sharing with my daughter, she's most interested in forensics.
  6. My oldest will be a senior in the fall. She has taken Biology, Advanced Biology (Anatomy/Physiology), and this semester she took a concurrent Conceptual Chemistry at the local uni. She knows where she wants to go to school and she should be admitted without issue, but because she also wants to play a sport at the school, we won't have 100% certainty of attending until she signs her NLI. All of that info just to show that while she should be admitted to this school regardless of a 4th science, I like to be prepared and would hate for her to be in a bind if something fell through. She isn'
  7. There is a student text for his courses, though the instruction is not in the text. It is to take notes during lectures and to work practice problems.
  8. Thank you for this information as well. I'm sorry about the medical issues. :(
  9. So, if we live in Oklahoma and my daughter wanted to go to a state school in Tennessee, she would be eligible for in-state tuition? That IS huge. OOS tuition is almost double the in-state for several schools. ETA: From what I can understand reading Section 702 of the Veteran's Choice Act, we would not qualify. Bummer. That would have been nice. I am thankful that it helps some, though!
  10. Thank you so much for this information! We still have some years to go, but this certainly makes a big difference in our college search!
  11. Also, is it a huge amount of work each year to re-enroll in the YRP?
  12. I didn't even know anything about the Yellow Ribbon program until last week. My husband transferred his Post-9/11 GI Bill to our daughters and is about to retire. The only thing I know about either program is what I read on the gov site. So, I have very little knowledge about how it works. If an institution says it is available to an unlimited number of students, and has an unlimited max per student, does that mean that as long as the student qualifies (I'm assuming grade point average and obviously meeting the qualifications listed by the government) they would receive money over and above wh
  13. I realize this is an old post, but it's the only one that popped up when I searched for GI Bill. Curious if any of you (or others) have any experience with the Yellow Ribbon Program?
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