Emerging Scholars Institute (E.S.I.) Program Contract

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    Program Requirements for the Emerging Scholars Institute Program

    The Office of Multicultural Affairs Emerging Scholars Institute provides students in the first phase of this program caring peer mentors, academic support services, career counseling, role models, and a series of workshops which focuses on enhancing or developing strategies for success. In addition, there are responsibilities and expectations of you, the first year protege, which include the following: *Attend all required activities designed specifically for the Emerging Scholars Institute (E.S.I.) program and those sponsored by the Marvin D. Mills Multicultural Center and the Office of Multicultural Affairs. *Contact your Peer Mentor once a week. *Be prompt and keep your scheduled appointments with the Office of Multicultural Affairs staff. Failure to keep your scheduled appointments with your Peer Mentor will result in dismissal from the program. *Follow through on requested advice as it relates to support services. *Contact the Student Services Specialist in the Office of Multicultural Affairs prior to withdrawing from a class or college. *Contact the Student Services Specialist in the Office of Multicultural Affairs prior to changing your program of study or curriculum. *Participate in program evaluations including the Midterm Assessment Survey and/or End of Semester Survey posted online and follow up as requested. *Participate in the Study Tables Program. *Attend Wednesday Hump Nite group tutoring and study sessions from 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM weekly. (An alternative time will be selected in the event of a class conflict) *Enroll in GUI 098 (CRN# 82284) - 1 credit hour. This is an arranged course therefore the course won't conflict with any classes on your schedule.
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