The SEL Program is designed to provide a network of academic, personal, financial, and career services. The following is a list of some of the services available to program participants.
Service Learning Opportunities
Financial Literacy Education
Financial Aid/ FAFSA Preparation Assistance
First and second-year students may be eligible for a financial award/scholarship from the SEL Program. Grants usually range from $500-$1,200 and are distributed during the spring semester.
To be eligible students must receive a Pell Grant, be an active participant in the SEL Program, and attend mandatory financial literacy workshops.
SEL Mentoring Program
The SEL Mentor Program is designed to be a comprehensive support system for students by students. The goal of the program is to help students achieve academic and personal success. SEL Mentors are returning participants who are committed to developing a long term relationship with first-year students.
The SEL Program owns a variety of learning tools and resources the help promote and ensure student success. The following materials are currently available for use by program participants.
Financial Literacy Workshops and Resources
The SEL Program provides various financial literacy workshops throughout the academic year. Students learn about credit, student loans, budgets, filing for taxes, and other financial issues. SEL students also receive assistance completing their financial aid applications, filing taxes, and post-graduation financial planning.