Discover Pre-Oreintation Program

The DiscoverLMC program is a 6 day program that allows students to explore their identities and develop skills to be effective allies. This program will consist of activities centered around 5 main objectives:

1. Transition: Students will be engaged in small and large group experiences to help them discover others with similar or different interests to support the college transition process.
2. Identity Development: Students will discuss aspects of their identity and discover ways to be their authentic self on campus.
3. Being An Ally: Students will define what being an effective ally means and discover ways to be a responsible member of our community.
4. Engagement: Students will be introduced to various campus resources and discover ways to cultivate their passions on campus. 
5. Exploration: Students will be exposed to various aspects of the local Syracuse community and discover opportunities to be men and women for and with others. 

Who can sign up for the Discover program?
• Students interested in social justice and supporting diverse and inclusive communities
• Students of various backgrounds and majors along with those who identify as African American, Asian, Latinx, Multi-racial, Native American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander. 
• Residential and commuter students 
*Residential students will be able to move into their room assignment for the semester. 

When: Information regarding DiscoverLMC will be available later in the spring 2020 semester. 

There is a $250.00 fee to participate in the DiscoverLMC Program. Payment can be made via check or credit card. There is financial aid available. Please indicate on your application if you are interested in receiving financial aid to participate in the program. Once accepted, you will be made aware of the payment options. 

The cost includes all meals, transportation to off campus events, entrance fees for any excursions, and other program materials. 

Click here to register for the Discover program.

Please contact Bennie Williams at (315) 445-4591 or via email at with any questions or concerns.

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