Snapshots: Students Prepare for Fall in TAP Program

| July 19, 2013
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Incoming students in the TAP program pause during the campus scavenger hunt to strike a pose in the Webster bookstore. From left: Austin Hurtig, Clayton Gwinnup, Natalie Aach and Alexus Brown

TAP students during their Webster 101 course.  Pictured from left: Angela Pinkerton, Denishea Norise, Alexus Brown, Jeremy Coleman (TAP RA) and Jahad Wills.

The Webster 101 course in the East Academic Building. From left: Angela Pinkerton, Denishea Norise, Alexus Brown, Jeremy Coleman (TAP RA) and Jahad Wills.

The summer Transition and Academic Prep program (TAP) is well underway on the home campus in Webster Groves this week, with specific classes and workshops designed to help students prepare for the fall semester.

Jeremy Coleman, a resident assistant for the TAP program and a former Transitions student himself said, “This has been such a great addition to Transitions. I would have loved to have had this on campus experience when I started. I love being able to help out students that are just like me a few years ago.”

Coleman will also be an RA on campus in the fall and is the newly elected president of the Association for African American Collegians (AAAC). But for now he’s helping students prepare to hit the ground running when the fall term begins — because those due dates, they are closer than they appear.

The Gorlok welcomed TAP participants to the Academic Resource Center.

The Gorlok welcomed TAP participants to the Academic Resource Center. Receiving the high-five is freshman Alexus Brown.

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