Living-Learning and Non- Residential Community *
Science Success Fast Track is a learning community for incoming School of Arts and Sciences (SAS) transfer students who are pursuing a science related major. This program is supported by the National Science Foundation and provides transfer students with the following benefits:
- Meet other SAS transfers pursing science degrees
- A one on one mentoring relationship with an upper-class student pursuing a science related major
- Enrichment programs with faculty, staff and upper class students
- Enrollment in a special science focused section of the required one-credit "Students in Transition" Seminar (STS)
- Open to all SAS transfer students
- To be eligible for Sciences Success Fast Track, you must be planning to pursue a major in the Life Sciences, Physical Sciences, Food Science, Applied Sciences, Mathematics or Computer Science.
Will be enrolled in a reserved section of the Students in Transition Seminar (Note: This one-credit course is mandatory for all SAS transfer students, however, you will be enrolled in a special section of the class that will focus on the sciences and will be taught by Dr. Kathleen Scott, Professor of Cell Biology.)
*NOTE: Students can apply to be part of the Living-Learning Community on Busch Campus in Winkler Hall (full-year guaranteed housing) or part of the Non-Residential program. The non-residential community is open to both commuters and to students who are living on campus but are not part of the living-learning community.
THE SSFT SELECTION PROCESS IS NOW CLOSED FOR THE 2013-2014 ACADEMIC YEAR.
- Students must complete an Online Application and will be contacted for a phone Interview.
- Admission Decison will be made by July 15, 2013
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For more information about the National Science Foundation, please visit http://www.nsf.gov/
Issata A. Saccoh
Program Development Specialist
E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org • Phone: 848-445-3179