Requirements


ACREW students are required to:

  • Reside in Hobby Hall as part of the Living Learning Program
  • Complete the freshman seminar course (UGST 181) with a satisfactory grade in the fall semester
  • Attend mandatory ACREW events (announced via email)
  • Attend monthly small community meetings in the fall semester
  • Attend monthly large and small community meetings in the spring semester
  • Maintain bi-weekly contact with assigned upperclassmen mentor

Assigned mentors and the executive leadership team monitor the involvement of mentees. Lack of participation may result in the loss of the scholarship.

ACREW Small Community Meetings

Small Community Meetings

Small community meetings are hosted by ACREW upperclassmen mentors in an informal social setting to help foster academic success in their mentees. Freshmen ACREW students are randomly partnered with mentors in a small community overseen by two ACREW executive leadership team members. These monthly meetings have alternating themes determined by the ACREW executive leadership team each year.

Small community meetings are held the 3rd Wednesday of the month.

ACREW Large Community Meetings

Large Community Meetings

Large community meetings occur monthly in the spring semester. ACREW students are connected with a variety of guest speakers to help students develop academic, personal, and professional goals.

Large community meetings are held the 1st Wednesday of the month.