MASP students earn a renewable participation scholarship ($1,500/year) by fulfilling program participation requirements every semester.
Each MASP student will be assigned to a faculty mentor, who assists with academic planning, advising, and more.
MASP hosts a wide range of community events every semester including informational sessions on different departments/clubs on campus, community building activities, and dialogue events.
The MASP office has a student center on central campus (Porter Biosciences B116) with a computer lab, which students can use both as a community and a study space.
MASP offers tutoring resources for Writing and Chemistry. Please check the Canvas page for more information on the tutors.
MASP students can also participate in a student-led study group for a specific class or an accountability group.
All MASP students can print and pick up school supplies for free at the MASP office.
For more information about Career Services, CAPS, Financial Aid, Education Abroad, please reach out to one of our MASP external contacts.
Jasimine Evans: Jasimine.Evans@colorado.edu
Karen Hamilton-Stokes, Psy.D., LPC: email@example.com
Rachel LaHoda, PsyD: firstname.lastname@example.org
Brenda Navarette: email@example.com (MASP Financial Aid Liaison)