Incoming Students on Campus for Summer TAP Program July 18-26

| July 11, 2014
President Beth Stroble and Provost Julian Schuster awarded 20 participants in the week-long residential program with certificates of completion and one hour of academic credit.

The annual summer Transitions and Academic Prep (TAP) Program concludes with a closing breakfast with Webster University leadership.

The Academic Resource Center will host the summer Transitions and Academic Prep Program the week of July 18-26, the Transitions Program.  Now in its fourth year, the program is residential and offers academic credit for participating students.

Students will be housed in Maria Hall and attend a Webster 101 course, writing appointments, and campus workshops daily.  Workshops include Financial Aid, Student Affairs, the Multicultural Center, the Emerson Library, and topics related to diversity, first generation and transition issues. In addition, students have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with faculty members in their major.

The program also includes a campus scavenger hunt and evening social activities. This year, we are excited to have students traveling all the way from Texas, Florida, Chicago, North Carolina, Kentucky and Tennessee. A closing breakfast with President Beth Stroble concludes the program on July 26 in the Sunnen Lounge.

Please join us in welcoming these new students to campus!

Submitted by Erin Bullerdieck, Transitions program coordinator and adjunct faculty member

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