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Maximizing Engineering Potential (M.E.P.)

Only open to engineering students, both transfer and freshmen. Incoming students are considered prospective students. The program emails all incoming students - please be on the lookout for their email. For more information, please contact Scott Chang, M.E.P’s Academic Retention Coordinator, at
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Undergraduate Research Programs

RIO (Research through Inclusive Opportunities). Students must be first generation, second year students and/or transfer students at the time of applying. For more information, please contact Lauren Bernal at

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Open to all grade levels (seniors need to meet with an advisor to make accommodations for the program to be considered). For more information, visit the undergraduate research programs website.

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Project SUCCESS is a program open to first-year men of color regardless of major (undeclared students are also accepted). Scholars are required to be full time students (12 units) and maintain a GPA of 2.0to be able to enroll. Students are also expected to participate in Project SUCCESS events. For more information, visit the website.
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Residency Advisory

The Resident Advisor Position is a leadership position within University Housing. Students looking for a leadership position where they can showcase their skills as leaders are encouraged to participate. Open to scholars with a minimum of 12 units completed at CPP at the time of applying. Students must have a cumulative GPA of 2.3.

For more information, contact

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Bronco LEAD

Open to all students, regardless of major or grade level. Students interested in the program are encouraged to apply for the program by following the Bronco Lead Curriculum.

Student Engagement, Leadership and Success (SELS)

SELS hosts more than 300+ clubs and organizations on campus, fraternity and sorority life, Leadership Development and more! More info on partnerships coming soon.

Centers for Transformation, Retention, Equity and Empowerment (TREE)

TREE is a Student Affairs department made up of six unique Cultural and Identity Centers. They seek to empower our community through diversity, inclusion, justice and authenticity.

Reading, Advising & Mentoring Program (RAMP)

As established by the U.S. Department of Education, the purpose of TRIO SSS is to provide opportunities for academic development, assist students with basic college requirements, and motivate students toward the successful completion of their postsecondary education.