Graduate School-Focused Curriculum
P3 students participate in activities and workshops throughout the academic year dedicated to growth in the following areas:
Personal Development – P3 students participate in personal exploration activities.
- Success Strategies – P3 students engage in workshops that support their successful transition to college through Tutoring, Academic workshops, Advising, Speaker Series, and Study/Social Break activities.
- Purposeful Academic Transition – P3 students learn how to leverage their undergraduate work to best develop competencies to succeed in graduate school including, but not limited to writing skills, research projects, and presentation skills.
- Research Opportunities - P3 students are connected to researchers and opportunities that prepare them to be strong candidates for graduate schools in their respective areas of interest through:
- Connections with faculty in their fields of interest.
- Developing research skills such as data collection, literature reviews, analysis, conference posters and presentations, and publication opportunities.
- Professional Development – P3 students are encouraged to get involved in professional societies and conferences as well as through Community/Volunteer Work.
- Navigating the Graduate School Process – P3 students are guided through the graduate school process and gain exposure to:
- Graduate School Entrance Examination Preparation
- Resume/Curriculum Vitae Building through Career Services