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Science Student Success Program

S-Cubed Science Student Success Program

Looking for a support program to help you succeed in your School of Natural Sciences (SNS) major? Join SNS’s Science Student Success (S3) Program with other incoming freshmen studying biology, marine science, environmental science, or environmental studies.

Incoming freshmen: interested in the program?

Fill out this interest form! You can also click this link to access the form in another window.

S3 Workshop Schedule for Spring 2019

This week in S3 we will be providing you extra chemistry support! Come to one of our workshops and work on chemistry problems, work with your peers, and get answers to your questions. The meeting times and locations are as follows:

Monday 11:30-12:30

Location: Gambord 104, then move to Gambord 112

Tuesday 11-12 AND 12-1

Location: Back of the Cooperative Learning Center

Friday 12:30-1:30

Location: Back of the Cooperative Learning Center

S3 Semester Workshop Schedule

What is the S3 Program?

The S3 Program is a cohort-based student success program designed to provide supplementary workshops and enhance the success of first-generation and/or low-income students. In order to best enhance your academic success, you must be willing to meet us halfway and put in in the necessary effort to achieve your goals.

As a S3 Scholar you:

  • Enroll in a predetermined course pathway that will help you graduate in 4 years
  • Prioritize you and your cohort’s success through dedication to work ethic, responsibility, professionalism, and personal development
  • Participate in all S3 enrichment activities
  • Commit to obtaining additional academic support at the Cooperative Learning Center
  • Maintain satisfactory academic progress

Have access to:

  • Help with registration for classes
  • Access to special workshops centered on topics like careers, internships, emotional and physical health, and the college experience
  • A community of peers to serve as a study and support network


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School of Natural Sciences

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