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First Year Experience

The First Year Experience Program is designed to help first year student’s transition into Post University life with ease. The purpose of the First Year Experience Program is to promote intellectual curiosity and camaraderie through teamwork, academic integrity, and to provide a social support network for students. Peer Educators are student peers who play an integral role in the establishment of an academic environment in the residence halls. Peer Educators are available to residents as an academic resource, assisting them in obtaining information, and providing resources about majors and academic programs at the University. The PEs are upperclassmen having earned a 3.0 or higher cumulative grade point average. They hold five hours of tutoring for students each week. Along with the Peer Educators there are also Resident Assistants. The Resident Assistants facilitate the social, academic, and personal adjustment of students to the residence hall and Post University. The Resident Assistants develop a sense of community among residents as members of a floor and residents of a hall. The First Year Experience enables students to work collaboratively with their peers and encourages student involvement and leadership. It also promotes faculty and student interaction outside of the classroom, while offering quality programs and resources to help our students persist and succeed

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