Sophomore Success Program
Student Life and Leadership is excited to announce the Sophomore Success Program. The Program was developed to enhance the sophomore experience by offering programs and services to develop a greater sense of self awareness, define goals for remaining three years at NDNU, identify and utilize campus resources, and connect sophomores with their peers through meaningful, healthy relationships.
This Program is only available to sophomores. Sophomore Success Program participants will receive the following (partial list):
- Special Sophomore Success Program swag
- Program Kick-off on Tuesday, August 28
- Eligible to live on the Sophomore Success Floor
- Attend special events, activities and workshops just for sophomores
This is a great opportunity to make the second year at NDNU a memorable and successful experience.
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Sophomore Success Program Team
The Team consists of student Sophomore Success Coordinator(s) that will assist in developing and implementing the Sophomore Success Program. The Coordinator(s), under the supervision of the Director of Student Life and Leadership, work with various departments and organizations to plan, market and implement programs for sophomore students.
Sophomore Success Floor
The Sophomore Success Floor will have a Resident Assistant specifically dedicated to implementing the programs designed for the Program. While the Program is open to all sophomores, these sophomore residents have self-selected to be engaged in the Program.
Programs will be developed around academic success, career development, spirituality, community engagement, values, and health/wellness. Sophomores will be required to attend a minimum amount of events to remain eligible in the Program.
At the conclusion of the year, there will be a special ceremony celebrating the accomplishments of the Program.
The Sophomore Success Program creates environments and offers programs that:
- Enhance a student’s self-awareness about NDNU and his/her personal values, interests, and strengths.
- Encourage a student to set personal, academic, and career goals that reflect personal interests, values, and strengths.
- Assist a student to utilize the resources, experiences, and tools needed to accomplish his/her goals.
- Encourage a student to form and sustain meaningful and healthy relationships.