The SOS Program is a student engagement initiative that provides academic support for students who have returned on an appeal from academic suspension through a network of faculty, staff, and administration.
There are four parts of the SOS program for upperclassmen to work towards improving their academic standing. First, students can expect to meet with their SOS Coordinator once a week, along with spending at least eight hours studying at CASE. Students are also given a Campus Coach mentor for monthly meetings. Lastly, throughout the semester, SOS hosts seminars for students to learn from guest speakers over lunch.
Lunch & Learn Seminars
If you're a student in the SOS program, these Lunch & Learn Seminars are mandatory.
January 21st-12:30-1:30-Frisbie Hall Room 200
January 28st-12:30-1:30-Attend MLK Jr. Day Activities
February 4th-12:30-1:30-Frisbie Hall Room 200
February 11th-12:30-1:30-Frisbie Hall Room 200