CUUB students painting artwork on a wall

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 when accepted  into the program. This handbook details what is required of all CUUB program participants, but during the academic year it is important to remember that participants must stay active with the program. That means students must:

  • Meet with their site coordinators two to four times per month 
  • Utilize OnTrack modules. Contact CUUB staff for login information
  • Attend virtual advising offered weekly, where students log on to Zoom to receive advising based on specific topics to supplement their secondary education or prepare students for college application processes. 
  • Attend virtual tutoring offered weekly, where students log on to Zoom to receive help with school assignments from current college students. 
  • Attend CUUB site visits in their area or at their schools during the Fall and Spring semesters
  • ​​Attend community workshops on topics including but not limited to: personal statement writing, financial literacy, preparing for college culture shock and more. 
  • Represent the CUUB Program's O.U.R F.I.R.E values all year long to help our program grow and become even stronger.