Benefits of participating in IPG Scholars Program
Being matched with an IPG Mentor who will:
- connect you with campus resources.
- answer your questions about UCI, student life, and the community.
- meet with you individually or in a small group.
- attend on-campus appointments with you.
- invite you to IPG and UCI events.
In addition, IPG Scholars
- can meet with our Program Director of ISEP for personal guidance to help you grow, academically succeed, and achieve your goals.
- are invited to academic and personal development workshops hosted by Student Success Initiatives (SSI) and International Student Excellence Programs (ISEP).
- are eligible to receive LARC tutoring sponsorship each quarter.
- are eligible to receive the Dean’s Certificate of Recognition award upon completion of IPG.
Dean’s Certificate of Recognition
The Dean’s Certificate of Recognition is an honor given to active IPG Scholars by Dr. Michael Dennin, Dean of the Division of Undergraduate Education. To be eligible for the certificate, IPG Scholars must fulfill certain criteria during Fall, Winter, and Spring Quarters. Certificates are awarded at the end of Spring Quarter.
During Fall (which will be conducted via an online learning environment) and Winter and Spring Quarters, IPG Scholars will:
- Attend at least one Zot Initiative workshop hosted by Student Success Initiatives (SSI)
one academic/skill-building workshop hosted by a UCI program, office or department.
- Interact with their IPG Mentor at least once monthly at a check-in session or one-on-one meeting.
- Create an IPG Scholar Action Plan with their IPG Mentor and update it each quarter.
- Attend at least four MFAs hosted by their IPG Mentor during the academic year.
- Have helped their IPG Mentor plan, promote, and host one MFA during the academic year.
I understand that the Program Director of ISEP will review my academic performance and progress on a regular basis in order to provide me support. I understand that I may be contacted based on the grades reported.
I will meet with the Program Director of ISEP if my grade point average (GPA) falls below 2.0 and follow a plan of action created to raise my grades or GPA.