Undergraduate College Fellows
The Undergraduate Colleges provide an opportunity for motivated emerging leaders to become Undergraduate College Fellows and serve as peer mentors in their in their sophomore year. Upon acceptance into the program, prospective Fellows enroll in the Undergraduate College Fellows Seminar during the spring semester of their freshman year. Following completion of the seminar, students are fully recognized as Undergraduate College Fellows and participate in welcoming the next class of freshman students at Orientation, Opening, and in the First-Year Seminars. Fellows serve as Teaching Assistants for the Freshman Seminar 101 and are required to register for a Fall Teaching Practicum.
Why become an Undergraduate College Fellow?
- Be a member of an exciting leadership opportunity on campus
- Represent the student perspective in your Undergraduate College
- Work in a small community with other active students
- Work closely with faculty and staff to plan events in your Undergraduate College
- Become a mentor for next year’s incoming first-year students
- Receive training in teaching and learning concepts to become a Teaching Assistant for FYS 101 and FYS 102 courses
- Earn Stony Brook course credit for participating in the program