The more you are engaged in campus life, the more likely you are to succeed academically, enjoy your college experience, stay in school, and eventually graduate.
By engaging in scholarship, leadership and service, you will gain experience that employers, scholarship committees, and graduate schools look for in their applicants. Although admission and award committees are primarily interested in your academic abilities, they will also evaluate other things, like your level of engagement outside the classroom – in scholarship, leadership and service. In graduate school admissions, the emphasis is increasingly about what you can contribute.
Each semester, email an updated copy of your Curriculum Vitae (CV) to your academic advisor to demonstrate your progress in at least one of the following areas:
You can meet with your advisor to identify opportunities and record activities that are aligned with your personal, academic and career goals.
Please select a department:
Browse a list of past known research courses. The list isn't exhaustive, but it's a good place to start when looking for something in your area of study.