Greetings to the Admissions Office, Office of Financial Aid, and Dean of Students! I am honored to be accepted to the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences as an undergraduate student for the 2016-2017 academic year. I am thankful for all of the scholarships and grants that you have offered
July 20, 2015 0282820 Kristina D. Jones 9 Median Place Portsmouth, VA 23701 Norfolk State University 700 Park Ave Norfolk, Virginia 23513 Re: Letter of Appeal Dear Appeal Board: My name is Kristina D. Jones, I’m writing this letter in regards to my financial aid suspension as well coming back to my school. While attending Norfolk State University, my grades did progress, however I struggled in one class. My G.P.A was 1.9, if I would had actually pass the class, I would still be there. Nevertheless, I’m not the type of person to give excuses for my mistakes. I can only tell you what actually went on and what I have done to further my education. This is my second time applying back to Norfolk State University to gain my aid back. I been
I am studying to become a Licensed Practical Nurse. I am writing to appeal for my financial aid. I feel a letter was proper because of certain circumstances that occurred during my life that contributed to me withdrawing from Psychology, College prep writing, college prep arithmetic and failing PRN 0374. I began attending Miami Dade College in the fall of August 2006 right after I graduated from high school. I enrolled in several courses which were Psychology, College prep writing and College prep arithmetic.
My name is Nicolas Rangel and this is my letter of appeal. During my semester of academic probation I failed to make Satisfactory Academic Progress, I am not surprised to receive this information but I am very upset with myself that I let this happen. I would like for you to reconsider me for the fall semester.
Dear Members of the James H. Quillen College of Medicine Office of MD Admissions, I would like to extend both my deepest gratitude for Quillen’s allowing me the opportunity to learn about its medical program in a personal setting with the very amicable and knowledgeable John Riley Wilkinson as well as my humble appreciation towards being considered for a place in the Quillen College of Medicine.
Hello Dr. Carino, Today I am writing to appeal the decision made by the registrar with regards to advanced standing credit for PSY103 Health Psychology. I am confident that a fair amount of time and thought was put forward by the registrar in consideration of my case; however I still feel I meet the grounds for advanced standing. I received an email from Benjamin Dougherty informing me that I was not approved for advanced standing on the grounds of:
At the age of ten, I read a book, “Gifted Hands” by Dr. Ben Carson, which inspired and begin to motivate my interest in pursuing medicine as a career because I could identify with his discovery of the joy of reading and his fascination with science. When I was 14,
Aetna, I would like to file an appeal. On December 8.2016 my primary care physician Dr. Christopher Prihoda sent a referral to Dr. Munir Shaw, of the Memorial Herman Sports Medicine & Rehabilitation, due to carpal tunnel. After being assessed Dr. Shaw then sent me to Dr. Lee Pollack for a nerve test for both hands and neck. I had spoken to an Aetna representative as well as a member of Dr. Phrihoda’s staff who stated that in most cases if a specialist sends a patient to a second specialist they are to contact my primary care physician so that a second referral is sent. If I had not been given this information I would have requested the second referral myself. Needless to say a referral to Dr. Pollack was not sent and I received a bill from
Appeal for Dismissal Claudett P Hillotero Columbia Southern University Ms. Claudett Hillotero 285 Belmont Drive Raeford, North Carolina 28376 August 13th 2016 Dr. Scott Rounds Vice Provost for Student Affairs Columbia Southern University 21982 University Lane, Orange Beach, AL 36561 Dear Dr. Scott Rounds I am writing to appeal the decision to dismiss me from Columbia Southern University following Code of Conduct violation. As explained in my apology, I highly regret my conduct of sharing study content on the website. I am deeply saddened and upset by the decision to dismiss me from the university. While I have taken the responsibility of violating the University Code of Conduct, it stresses me that I have to stop my education prematurely.
September 11, 2001, a day in American history known throughout the world, immensely influenced my new life as I immigrated into the United States 15 days later. With no previous experience with the American culture or language, I was oblivious of the circumstances I was placed in as I enrolled
Hello Jennifer Here is a signed Credit application. I would like to let you know that ATC pays at Net 60 days for trades.
The world is full of questions, but over time science has provided answers to many of them. Science, biology in particular, fascinates me. One theory can provide answers to hundreds of questions while forming thousands of other questions at the same time. While these questions form the base of my interest in biology, my experience in a biomedical program last summer specified my fascination to diseases.
From a very young age I’ve been profoundly captivated by the realm of Neuroscience and how it’s tied into the profession of medicine. I couldn’t understand how all these neurological disorders have gone untreated for so long. Why do we have cures for countless conditions affecting other parts of the body but not for the brain and the nervous system? I couldn’t quite grasp the intricacy of our brain. So delicate and fragile, we’re limited to the very periphery of it. It’s precisely the unknown that intrigues me. It challenges me to indulge and discover. To one day catalyze cures and to provide hope for those once hopeless. Neuroscience at Rice will set me on that path that I so desire. It’ll show me the foundation of the sophisticated webs
Ever since I can remember, I have been obsessed with mechanical systems. Every birthday and Christmas I asked for a remote control car or plane, only to end up taking them apart the same day. I was passionately curious about how and why the world worked. My mother, a professor of Biology, recalls my insatiable curiosity and that I was always asking “why?” As I grew older that interest shifted more towards the mystery of life; how was it possible that everything we know is the result of a chance organization of molecules to form complex cell networks? It was about this time that I was filling out college applications and I decided to major in Bioengineering and minor in physics. I felt that this would enable me to understand the biological
I am writing this letter to request an appeal financial aid for fall 2016 academic school year. I recognize that my performance in class this past semester has not met the standards required for me to be in good academic standing at Longwood. However I was faced with many challenges that interfered with my studies.