About Project HOPE and FAQs
Tutoring in Science
Supplemental Instruction (SI) — tutoring sessions conducted by the instructor of the course. SI is offered each semester for various science courses.
Outreach to high schools and middle schools
Community service opportunities are available:
- At local community health fairs
- With nonprofit organizations
Counseling 101 A (Orientation to College) and Counseling 101 B (Educational Planning) - For a detailed description of these classes, please click on the "HOPE Courses"tab in the "Department Links" column on the left side of this page.
Counseling — designated Project HOPE counselors are available by appointment for 30-60 minute sessions.
Student Workshops — periodic workshops are offered covering such topics as study skills and health/science professions.
Academic Success and Leadership Program (ASLP) - a workshop series that focuses on helping empower students to take control of their lives, develop themselves academically and personally, and achieve their full leadership potential.
Health Occupations 100: Health of Underserved Communities — is a course which provides students with an understanding of the healthcare crisis in this country and the various career opportunities that allow them to contribute to improving healthcare access.
Project HOPE Scholarship Program - scholarships are awarded through an application and interview process to students who are transferring to a four-year college/university, or entering into a health professional program.