Your Sophomore year will bring its own exciting challenges and choices surrounding your peer groups, living arrangements, academic major and potential career path, increased academic rigor and opportunities for involvement.
"Of all the things we covered in Project Success, I have to say that I learned to trust in myself and my abilities rather than simply relying on the strengths of others. I learned that I have a voice and should use it much more often. I should never feel as if my opinion doesn't matter because it can have a great impact and make a huge difference.”
Project Success is a long-standing, one-credit elective course for sophomores that focuses on personal development, civic engagement, career planning and leadership.
Sophomores work in small groups with pre-selected Senior Mentors on activities designed to promote a sense of direction, resiliency and social responsibility.
Activities you'll work with your mentor on include:
Sophomores (with 25-55 credit hours) by August 2020 are encouraged to Enroll in the EDUC 205: Project Success - Life, Leadership, and Career Preparation during Fall 2020 Registration.
If you're interested in facilitating a Project success group please complete the Senior Mentor Project Success Application.
The Project Success Facilitation Team will interview applicants and select students to enroll in the EDUC 470:Peer Mentoring.
2019 Student Schedule (pdf)
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