Sophomore Success Program
Mission: The Sophomore Success Program is dedicated to assisting students through the transition from the freshman to sophomore years by supporting academic success, promoting major and career exploration, and encouraging campus and community connectedness through specific programming and events.
The Sophomore Success Program is a collaborative effort between Student Transition and Family Programs and Academic Enhancement.
Need help calculating your grades? Stop by the Student Success Center on Tuesday or Thursday from noon-2 through the end of April to meet with someone individually. Bring a copy of your syllabus and assignments with you! Click here for more information.
Sham-ROCK Your Registration- find out all the steps you need to take for class registration here!
SophoMORE Madness is a great way for you to find programs to attend that are important during your sophomore year. More details can be found on the second page of the January newsletter. Stop by the Student Success Center (1006) today to pick up your bracket!
Monarch 2 Monarch- a mentorships program designed to cultivate the Monarch mind by creating scholastice peer-to-peer relationships among incoming and upperclassmen Monarchs. Do you want to mentor a new freshman student through their transition to college? Stop by the Center for Service and Civic Engagement inside the U-Center to pick up an application today!
Sophomore Resources- As a sophomore there are several on campus resources that you will use regularly. See the list and make sure you are familiar with these specific resources here.
Upcoming Events- See events sponsored by the Sophomore Success Program, as well as campus events that the Sophomore Success Program recommends for sophomore students.
Sophomore Success Luncheon- Wish you could have a casual conversation with your professor outside of the classroom? How about over lunch? You can! Check out the details and register here.
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Ideas? Thoughts? Suggestions? Questions?
Contact Liz Boyd, Coordinator of Second-Year Programs, by email email@example.com, phone (757) 683-7099 or stop by 1006 in the Student Success Center.