2015-2016 Undergraduate Bulletin

Student Academic Success Programs

Room 100, Westport Building

Student Academic Success Programs (SASP) at John Jay provides a network of programs and services designed to give undergraduate students integrated learning experiences and continuity from one academic year to the next. As students advance through their academic career, they are presented with unique opportunities and challenges at each stage. In collaboration with different members of the College community, SASP creates programs and opportunities that support the academic success of first-year and second-year students at John Jay.

First Year Experience (FYE) offers a variety of programs and tools to ensure the success of first-year students at John Jay, including support for learning communities, first-year seminars in the Justice Core of the general education program, and peer mentoring. For more information, visit http://www.jjay.cuny.edu/fye.

Sophomore Experience includes Sophomore Signature courses, where faculty provide research and career mentoring to interested sophomores; and Sophomore Express workshops, a collaboration between faculty and staff to connect high achieving sophomores to opportunities on campus.

Transfer Experience targets first-semester transfer students with special transfer transition sections in the Justice Core of the general education program, peer mentoring and co-curricular events.