Tag Archives: GPA
Guest Columnist Roderick Williams and Editor in Chief Greg Parlier debate the importance of GPA restrictions for student leaders.
With the NCAA making academic requirements for postseason play tougher, UNF athletic teams must make athletes focus on school.
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Use these simple tips from ACE to streamline the note-taking system. The result: less stress, more free time and better grades.
Athletic Director Lee Moon said UNF Athletics has implemented an improvement plan and sees improvements.
Economic stress slows academic progress, perpetuates low graduation rates; UNF students echo findings of new study
A recent study attempted to determine the reasons behind the nation’s underwhelming college graduation statistics, and UNF students share their experiences managing full-time work and school.
Work on your relationships A new workshop titled “How to Make Your Relationship Last a Lifetime” is scheduled March 26 in Building 39, room 4029 from 3 to 4 p.m. The program continues each Thursday for five weeks. For more information, contact Pat Moore at firstname.lastname@example.org or 620-2602. Golden Key seeks members The Golden Key [...]
The Higher Education Committee of the Florida Senate approved Gov. Charlie Crist’s plan Feb. 18, which gives each state university the ability to raise tuition up to 15 percent per year. The plan will allow the six remaining state universities that are not already on the differential tuition program, including UNF, to control the tuition [...]
Admission officers at 85 of the country’s top medical schools said 44 percent of the schools are expected to increase the number of available seats, some for as early as the incoming fall 2009 class, according to a new survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep and Admissions. But, gaining admittance into top medical schools are [...]