Project M.A.R.C.H. on the steps of the Dudley building

Mentoring Programs

Program Name: Project M.A.R.C.H (Male Aggies Resolved to Change History)

Program Coordinators: W. Grant Hill, Maurice "Kase" Greogory, Anja Basu, and Michael Murphy

M.A.R.C.H. is a mentoring, advising and cultural development program designed to enhance the academic progress of first-year male students, thus increasing retention, persistence, and graduation at the university. The program is designed to help students overcome the obstacles that could keep them from progressing to their sophomore year and obtaining a four-year degree.

Our goal is to provide workable student tools and guidance in the form of tutorial assistance, mentorship, student development workshops, and intensive intrusive advisement to assist these young men in excelling as students and citizens of the global community.

For more information on Project M.A.R.C.H. please contact W. Grant Hill (336-285-4238) or Maurice "Kase" Gregory (336-285-2595).

Program Name: S.I.S.T.E.R.S. (Students Inspiring Success Through Education Reform and Service)

Program Coordinators: Renisha Howard, Antja Caldwell and Cornelia Hardison
S.I.S.T.E.R.S. is a retention-focused mentoring program within the Center for Academic Excellence (CAE) designed to promote overall academic and social development in female students at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. This program will foster intellectual, personal, and professional growth through the development of positive relationships within the local and campus communities. S.I.S.T.ER.S. will create a deeper appreciation for excellence in education, service, and finer womanhood.
Program Objectives:
• Provide awareness of campus educational resources and promote individual utilization of all services (i.e. tutorial, supplemental instruction, faculty interaction, etc.)
• Establish positive relationships with peers and faculty through effective verbal, non-verbal and written communication.
• Identify strengths and areas of improvement for personal growth, leadership, and development through self-assessment and mentoring.
• Development of responsibility through systematic decision-making in personal and academic related issues.
• This program will enrich the learning experience of all participants, enhance their critical thinking and promote a desire for life-long personal development through servicing our community.
Program Initiatives
• Members will attend monthly meetings/workshops to enhance personal growth and development.
• New Freshmen members will be housed together in Haley Residence Hall for their first year.
• New Freshmen members will also register for the same section of the FRST 101 College Success course.
• Students will participate in various campus and community events to enrich their college experience.
• Upperclassmen will participate in peer mentoring.
Target Population:
Primarily new freshmen females from North Carolina that are entering the university in an undeclared status.

For more information on S.I.S.T.E.R.S., please contact Renisha Howard (336-285-2064), Antja Dionne Caldwell (336-285-4097) or Cornelia Hardison (336-285-4240).