Be a part of the inaugural class of X-Men!
The Office of Diversity and Community and the Black Male Achievement Challenge Program is excited to launch “Project X: Demystifying the Unknowns of College Life” in the Fall 2016 semester.
Project X is an Early Arrival Program that will give male students a head start to their UCA academic journey by exposing them to resources and the best practices to achieve optimal success. The program will foster brotherhood among participants and connect new students to faculty, staff, and current students who can assist in their transition to UCA and their continued development at the university. Project X is designed to include brotherhood bonding, team-building, academic success workshops, faculty and staff presentations, peer mentoring and leadership development.
X-Men will get the opportunity to move into their residence hall early and participate in the early arrival program free of charge. The expenses for lodging, food, and activities are covered through a grant from the Winthrop Rockefeller Foundation.
Project X premieres August 11-13, 2016, at the University of Central Arkansas and will:
Foster a sense of brotherhood among all participants and student mentors
Better prepare X-Men for the collegiate experience
Expose X-Men to student success and academic achievement strategies
Help X-Men gain a strong understanding of campus and academic resources, and
Foster positive relationships between students, faculty and staff
This is an experience that you don’t want to miss. There will be a limited number of participants so be the first to register! What are you waiting for? REGISTER NOW!!! $25 Application Fee (non-refundable) https://orgsync.com/121397/forms/197979
Note: The link is not compatible with cell phones. Please register using a desktop computer/laptop. If you fill out the form on Orgsync without paying, it will show not paid in our database, and your registration will NOT be complete.