College/School RAPs are designed to enable first-year students to join a RAP with students who are declared or exploring similar majors. All College/School RAPs include a first-year seminar that is designed and taught by the collegiate unit where the students are either declared or in an exploratory track (undeclared). These seminars provide an opportunity for students to strengthen their connection with their collegiate unit.
Connect RAPs are open to both declared and undeclared students within the given collegiate unit.
Connect RAPs include:
CNS Connect - College of Natural SciencesHFA Connect - College of Humanities & Fine ArtsPHHS Connect - School of Public Health & Health SciencesSBS Connect - College of Social & Behavioral Sciences
Exploratory RAPs are open to undeclared students who are in the Exploratory Track within a particular school/college. Through the seminar and specialized advising, students will be guided in strategies to move forward in declaring a major.
Computing & Informatics Exploratory RAP
Major RAPs are open to students entering declared in specific majors. Students in Major RAPs often have an opportunity to meet faculty and learn about research opportunities.
Communication Majors RAPComputer Science Majors RAPEngineering Majors RAPIsenberg Fellows RAPsNursing Majors RAPsPerforming & Visual Arts Majors RAPVeterinary & Animal Science Majors RAP
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