Preparing Underserved Mentees for Progress (PUMP) is a Pre-Orientation program for students of color, working in conjunction with the Office of Student Diversity Initiatives.
In this identity-conscious program, first-year students are paired with a peer mentor as a support for their adjustment to life at Cabrini, on- and off-campus.
Participation in this program can contribute to a student’s connection to the institution, provide community, and assist in personal growth, academic development, and overall success as a student.
In the PUMP Pre-Orientation, first-year students arrive on campus early for a three-day experience that introduces them to:
Throughout the year, each participant will continue to receive assistance during important milestones (like midterms, registering for spring classes, and finals).
The $100 registration fee covers transportation and admission to activities, as we explore campus and the surrounding community. Day 1 - Move-In Day:
For more information, contact Saleem Brown, Associate Director of the First-Year Experience, at 610.902.8535 or email@example.com.