Save the Date for Fall 2022: August 26th
All incoming external and internal transfer students are invited to join us for the annual Fall Transfer Welcome (FTW)! Designed to be an extension to orientation, this program will provide students with the opportunity to learn more about the Clark School and build community with other engineering transfer students. The in-person sessions focus on academics, student success and wellness, facility tours, and peer engagement. More information will be shared with students via email in the weeks leading up to the event.
Save the Date for Fall 2022: October 17th-21st
The Clark School is proud to celebrate the National Transfer Student Appreciation Week each year. This week celebrates transfer students and the professionals who support them on their journeys. More details will be shared closer to the week of the event!
Are you looking for a way to learn more about the Clark School? Would you like to take a course to help you build community with other transfer students? Enroll in ENES150!
ENES150: The TransferLEAD Seminar is a 2 credit course offered each fall. All newly admitted transfer students are encouraged to sign up for this class in order to learn more about campus resources, student identity development, and leadership development. By taking this course, you will be able to:
- Meet other transfer students;
- Build community with your peers;
- Learn more about tutoring and other important resources on campus;
- Think through your own career development for future success!
TransferLEAD (Learn, Educate, Adapt, Direct) can be a one semester experience or a yearlong program. Students who complete ENES150 in the fall semester are eligible to apply to serve as TransferLEADERS for the spring term. TransferLEADERS enroll in ENES152 (1 credit) and participate in various outreach events within the college including:
- Peer-led workshops
- Community college outreach events
- New student information sessions
Students selected to serve as TransferLEADERS are eligible to receive a $300 stipend for their service to the college in the spring semester.
Academic Peer Coaching provides internal and external transfers students in the A. James Clark School of Engineering the opportunity to connect with a peer.
With a coach, you can discuss:
- Strategies for navitating your semester coursework
- Time management
- Note taking skills
- Test preparation and test anxiety
- Wellness resources
- Tutoring options
- Goal setting
Schedule a Session!
Appointment Calendar: https://go.umd.edu/coaching
Visit Our In-Person Drop-In Hours:
Where: 1131S Glenn L. Martin Hall
Wednesdays from 11AM - 4PM
Fridays from 1PM - 4PM