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Overview

NUCLEUS is an undergraduate support program open to all College of Arts and Sciences students. The program fosters academic excellence by providing students with comprehensive academic services, connections, opportunities and information.

Mission

The mission of NUCLEUS is to ensure the academic success, retention, and graduation of College of Arts and Sciences students. NUCLEUS fosters academic excellence by providing students with comprehensive academic services, connections, opportunities, and information.

Benefits of Membership
  • Access to supplemental advising and support
  • Connection to campus resources
  • Quiet study space in 118 Brown Lab
  • Academic, personal and skill development workshops
  •  Undergraduate research opportunities
  • Information about campus opportunities and important academic deadlines
FAQs

How do I know if NUCLEUS is the right program for me? 
If you are a student looking for additional support and guidance, access to academic and personal development opportunities and resources, and connection to campus resources, NUCLEUS is a great program for you!

Where is the NUCLEUS Office located?
NUCLEUS staff can be found in the NUCLEUS Student Study Space located in 118 Brown Lab. 

Does joining NUCLEUS cost anything?
Participation in NUCLEUS is at no additional cost to the student. 

Are NUCLEUS students required to take additional courses/do anything extra?
NUCLEUS is a student support program, offering resources and guidance to students as needed. Students have the opportunity to enrich their experience through the variety of opportunities offered by NUCLEUS, though no specific classes or workshops are required.  

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