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I have a student who is excelling academically and needs more


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This Student Success playlist was created by members of the Educators Empowering Student Success Group which is working on the Faculty Improving Student Success Strategic Initiative
Below is a list of resources that promote student success. All links provided are direct links (ONE CLICK) connecting you to contact information or an educator who can respond to your questions and/or help your students who are excelling academically. Thank you for helping our students achieve their goals.

Academic Scholars Program: For invited incoming first-year students with strong academic records; prior to matriculation students are invited to join the Academic Scholars Program

Bailey Scholars Program: For students in any major who are interested in earning a Minor in Leadership in Integrated Learning while developing their capacity for self-directed learning; housed in the College of Agriculture & Natural Resources

[Charles] Drew Science Scholars Program: For selected first-year and sophomore math and science students from groups historically underserved in science and mathematics fields; provides academic, community and professional resources

Citizen Scholars Program: For selected first-year arts and humanities students interested in civic learning, community work, and social justice

Detroit M.A.D.E. Program [Mastering Academics Demonstrating Excellence]: For students who graduated from Detroit schools and resided in Detroit; provides college transition and career development support, including internship and education abroad opportunities

Dow STEM Program: For Michigan students pursuing a STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) major; provides academic and social support services

Honors College: For invited incoming first-year students with strong academic records; prior to and after the first fall semesters, students are invited to join the Honors College

The RISE (Residential Initiative on the Study of the Environment) Program:  A residential learning experience for students who share academic interests in environmental studies