The SSS Opportunities for Engagement services and activities are open to all students in the program, but particularly assist second-year students with understanding the relationships between co-curricular involvement, academic development, and professional development. Success coaches work with students to explore on and off-campus co-curricular opportunities and develop a strategic plan to engage in targeted activities that support achieving their individual academic and professional goals.
- Update and achieve F.O.C.U.S. goals for second-year
- Complete a co-curricular activity (i.e., job shadowing, alternate break, or club e-board)
- Declare Major and Minor – Meet with Undergraduate Department Advisor
- Earn a minimum of 60 total degree credits
*Graduation Target: Minimum of 60 degree credits completed by end of the academic year for timely graduation