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Office for Undergraduate EducationSeptember 12, 2016
 
 
 

If you are a pre-health Junior or Senior, and you have never attended a Group Pre-Health Holistic Review (PHHR), you will need to attend a Mandatory Group Check-Up during the month of September.

Group Mandatory Check-Up meetings are capped at 6 students, so please make sure to sign up ASAP to reserve your spot. Juniors and Seniors who do not attend their Group Mandatory Check-Up in September may not be eligible for future PHMO programs/services. Please sign-up for a session in ASST. Click Events, search for PHMO under "keywords", and register for a Mandatory Group Check-Up time that works for you during the month of September.
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The Crossroads 2 Retreat is an amazing fall-break opportunity for first-year students to build friendships and gain support as they transition to the Emory community. Registration is open until 28 September 2016. Financial assistance is available. For more information, contact crossroads@emory.edu.
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The Intersections Retreat is an intense, thought-provoking weekend that aims to develop participants┬┐ capacity for cultural humility, leadership, & collaboration by identifying tools to develop inclusive environments and considering the impact of the intersection of identities. Registration is open to non-first year undergraduate students until 30 September 2016. Financial assistance is available. For more information, contact intersections@emory.edu.
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The EPASS Peer Programs are happy to announce that all of their support programs are up and running for the fall 2016 semester. Peer tutoring, academic coaching and peer mentoring are available for a variety of courses. EPASS Peer Tutoring provides content specific courses in many 100 and 200 level courses; the Academic Coaching Program provides one-on-one support for study skills such as time management and test preparation; the EPASS Peer Mentor program is a community learning program designed around developing metacognition and application of knowledge.

EPASS Peer Tutoring appointments and Academic Coaching appointments can be schedule through ASST. For students enrolled in BIOL141, CHEM141, CHEM221, PHYS141/151 and QTM100 ask your faculty member about the Mentor schedule!
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