Special Undergraduate Enrichment Programs provide opportunities for students to create for themselves an enhanced undergraduate education.
What is enrichment?
Traditionally, enrichment refers to activities outside the classroom that augment student learning. Undergraduate Enrichment Programs count as enrichment the following: scholarly work (research or creative work) with faculty; Norlin Scholars special courses; Boettcher and Norlin Scholar cultural and academic activities; and peer, staff and faculty mentoring. There are many sites for enrichment on campus, including Residential Academic Programs, Honors Programs, and special programs associated with different majors. Internships and international study can also be considered enrichment.
These specific programs offer actively engaged students an undergraduate education that in whole or in part:
- cultivates a deeper sense of interconnectedness & interdependence
- inspires intentional inquiry
- engages questions in academic, professional, public & global contexts
- nurtures students’ personal & professional growth
- invites multiple ways of knowing and making meaning
- deepens personal, cultural & social awareness
- honors joy, play, empathy, humor, compassion, spirit, curiosity, and creativity as essential elements of knowing, learning, relating and being
Located in the Norlin Library S436, SUEP include:
- Boettcher Scholars
- Norlin Scholars
- Professional and Academic Conference Endowment
- Top Scholarship Office
- Undergraduate Research Opportunities Program
Visit individual program sites for details.