It’s a nerve-wracking yet exciting time for college freshmen as they get ready to move on to a college campus for the first time.
But some students at Indiana State University got a head start with Project Success.
It’s a program that has been around for a while, introducing students to other students, campus, and college itself.
Students moved in at the start of the week. Throughout the week, they have participated in team-building activities interacting with other freshmen and upper classmen as well. Students have also attended classroom sessions, learning resources and other ways to be successful in the classroom.
“So our main job is to work with incoming freshmen to get them adjusted to campus life as well as help them out with their academics on campus,” says Residential Peer Mentor Darren Fraizer.
This year, the program had 70 students which is up from last year’s turnout with 50 students.