The SAGE program fosters academic achievement and a sense of
belonging for entering first year underrepresented students.
SAGE pairs new students with peer mentors. Peer
mentors assist new students in achieving their academic goals
and encourage involvement in campus activities and
organizations. The program also provides weekly activities
that address academic success, various cultural communities, career development,
stress management, financial planning, interpersonal
development, course scheduling strategies and opportunities to
network with peers and university officials.
First SAGE Meeting
Jan. 28TH – Mentor’s Meeting
Feb. 4th – SPRING Back!
Feb. 11TH – African Heritage
Feb. 18TH – Cracking the “CODE” to Success
Feb. 25TH – African American Heritage
March 4TH – Out of the Shadows…Exposing the Stigma
March11th - Spring Break “Turnt-Up”
March 18th – SPRING BREAK…ENJOY
March 25TH – Celebrating the “X”
April 1ST – Are you EXEMPT?
April 8th – Muslim & Jewish Heritage
April 15th – SAGE Speaks
April 22nd – Let’s Move (SAGE edition)
April 29TH – Asian & Pacific Islander Heritage
May 6th – Closing Celebration
Events Held @ 4 PM, in the University Union Chesapeake III