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At Ursuline, transformative mentorship and community-wide support will help you succeed.
Ursuline's Advising Office, housed in URSA (Mullen 306) is open five days a week from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM. The office offers the following services:
We also offer several student programs for ongoing support:
Are you the first in your family to attend college? The LEAD (Leading to Excellence in the Academic Domain) program may help. LEAD is a scholarship and support program for new first-year students at Ursuline College who are the first in their family to attend college. If admitted to the LEAD program, you will receive a LEAD advisor who will guide you throughout your first semester and you will participate in workshops and activities to foster your success. LEAD is co-facilitated by URSA (Ursuline Resources for Success in Academics) and the Office of Diversity.
A $450 textbook voucher is awarded upon acceptance into LEAD. If you complete the fall semester program, you will be awarded another $450 textbook voucher for the spring semester of your first year.
The program is limited to 20 eligible applicants. Scholarship athletes may have limited eligibility. You must be a new freshman and a first generation college student. For LEAD, we define first generation as a student whose parents and siblings have not earned a degree from a four-year college. You must be registered for classes at Ursuline College and you must have completed the LEAD application.
We won't let you fall through the cracks at Ursuline. RAISE (Realistic, Attentive, Interested, Sincere, Effortful) is a required academic support program for students who are placed on academic warning or academic probation. The program is designed to provide individualized support for each student. Students are required to meet with an URSA advisor every other week during the semester the student is on warning/probation. The program emphasizes a positive, self-reflective approach to improvement.
If the student does not participate in the required meetings, s/he may not register for classes for the subsequent semester.