SPARKS program to bring campus experts to students Dec. 6

December 4, 2017 | UToday
By Madison Vasko

On Wednesday, Dec. 6, campus experts will meet with students in the Ottawa House East Lobby to better prepare them for academic, social and professional success.

The SPARKS program brings professionals from across the University to one centralized location for students to ask questions and gain helpful insight. SPARKS is an acronym for support, preparation, academic enhancement, resources in residence, knowledge-based discussions and sage advice from experts.

Offices that will be represented at the event will include the Center for Success Coaching, Academic Support Services, University Counseling Center, Career Services, Residence Life and Rocket Fire.

SPARKS was created in conjunction with Rocket Fire, UT’s second-year experience initiative. The main focus of Rocket Fire is to keep students motivated and assist them in academic enhancement, career and professional preparation, and social engagement.

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