The McNair Scholars Program is a federally-funded TRIO program that offers eligible undergraduate students research and other opportunities to prepare for graduate study leading to the Ph.D. McNair Scholars are encouraged to apply to at least six doctoral programs throughout the United States and complete their graduate programs within ten years of earning their bachelor’s degree. Scholars are expected to pursue careers in research and teaching at the university level.


AN ACTIVE PARTNER IN STUDENT SUCCESS.

CONNECT ◆ ENGAGE ◆ SUCCEED

 

SSS staff members assist students with selecting courses, setting academic goals, developing strategies for academic achievement, and preparing for meetings with their major academic advisors. Students work directly with our staff to explore current academic needs and the resources available to develop an individualized system of support. Coaching and advising are offered for personal, financial, and career matters.

HOW DO I QUALIFY?

Applicants must be U.S. citizens or legal permanent residents. Priority is given to those who meet two of the following requirements; low-income students, first-generation students, or students with a disability.


University Tutorial & Supplemental Instruction provides academic support services for a variety of classes. Supplemental Instruction, or SI, is a free service that helps students work in groups to understand class concepts.  Tutoring helps students develop and grow strong study habits by working one-on-one with a tutor. eTutoring provides free online tutoring, including writing assistance.