Our community focuses on the maintenance and development of the academic success of Fraternity and Sorority Life members.
Fraternity and Sorority Life Academic Programs
Below is a list of some of the programs offered by FSL to support your chapters Academic Success needs:
- Effective Chapter Academic Accountability
- Supporting Members in Academic Crisis
- Mid Semester Grades
- Creating Academic Semester Calendars
- Academic Success Resources On Campus
To request one of these programs, please fill out the following form: Request A Program
The Calvin E. Bright Success Center offers an extensive list of many opportunities such as academic programs and scholarships. Some of these are offered based on certain criteria as well as requirements, visit Academic Competitions to see if you are eligible for any of these wonderful opportunities.
Fiat Lux Scholars Program
The Fiat Lux Scholars Program is a community of scholars and dedicated staff members who take a holistic approach to empower a select cohort of first-generation, income-eligible students to enhance their development, growth and academic success.
The Degree Attainment for Returning and Transfer Scholars (DARTS) program assists transfer students in adapting to the university and locating necessary resources within it.
Our mission is to provide a sustainable network of academic and personal support services that promote degree attainment for foster youth at UC Merced.
The Success Mentor Program empowers first-year students to make a successful transition to academic and social life at UC Merced through one-on-one mentoring with upper-division students and community based initiatives.
Strengthening Talents and Exploring Pathways (STEP) is a new and exciting program designed for 2nd year students preparing to transition from undeclared to a major. As a STEP Scholar, students receive a range of special privileges and professional connections on and off campus.
Peer Assisted Learning Support
Peer Assisted Learning Support (PALS) is an essential part of student support. It relies on peers who collaborate to learn and teach each other.