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All SN-EOF Scholars are expected to:
  • To make their academic responsibilities their priority.
  • To maintain at least a 2.5 cumulative grade point average.
  • To maintain full-time enrollment unless otherwise approved by your counselor.
  • To meet standards of academic progress.
To participate in the SN-EOF activities as outlined below:
  • Academic & Professional Development Seminar for two (2) semesters.
  • Support classes, as applicable, in A&P I and II; Organic Biochemistry; Pathophysiology and all other support offerings identified by the SN-EOF program as necessary and important.
  • To attend Individual and/or group tutorial sessions.
  • To attend one on one counseling.
  • To attend academic advisement each semester with EOF counselor/advisor.
  • To participate in enrichment courses such as:
    • Level II Theory Winter Preview and Organic Biochemistry Preview
    • Pre-Junior Clinical – Summer Sessions
    • State Board (NCELX/HESI) Reviews

Please note that eligibility for financial support for summer courses is contingent upon scholars adhering to all above-mentioned guidelines. More than two absences in a support/enrichment class may disqualify a student from receiving summer tuition support.