About CUUB's Remote and In-Person Services
Because we are so far from the students we serve during the Academic Year, CUUB has developed strategies and formed partnerships that allow us to serve our participants remotely. Many of these services require our students to have internet access, but even when that isn't always available, we find ways to stay connected. Our Academic Year services currently include:
Furthermore, the CUUB website itself serves as a resource for our participants, especially those in their senior year. Check out or CUUB Toolkit page for resources including helpful Senior Calendars, Senior Mentors, Scholarship links and lists, and more!
Student Academic-Year Calendars (2020-2021)
Throughout the academic year, CUUB will be providing students advising, instruction, and tutoring. Depending on what cohort students are in, you have different adivsing and instruction sessions to best prepare you for your postsecondary pathway.
In order to earn your monthly stipends, students must attend 2 advising sessions, 1 instruction, and 1 tutoring session each month. There will be opporunities for students to make up sessions.
Click here for the Freshmen Academic Year Calendar
Click here for the Sophomore Academic Year Calendar
Click here for the Junior Academic Year Calendar
Click here for the Senior Academic Year Calendar
CUUB Student Academic Year Participation
The only time we are able to bring the majority of our program participants together for consistent, in-person college prep is during the six-week long Summer Academic Institute, but the only way we have an effective summer is by preparing each step of the way during the Academic Year. It is critical that we stay in touch with program participants during the year, and that they are fully aware of the resources that CUUB provides. Keeping in mind that one of our O.U.R. F.I.R.E Values is Familial, we want participants to know that they are part of the CUUB Family all year long.
In order to stay connected with the program, and to prepare for a positive and effective summer experience, all CUUB Participants receive a CUUB Student Handbook upon their acceptance into the program. This handbook details exactly what is required of all CUUB Program participants, but during the Academic Year it is important to keep in mind that participants must stay active with the program. That means students must:
Simply put, the program does not stop when the Summer Academic Institute ends, and CUUB is dedicated to helping students feel confident in high school and ready for their next step on their unique path to postsecondary success.