COLLEGE OF L IBERAL
ARTS AND SCIENCES’
Are you looking forward to building a community
with students of color this fall?
Do you want to learn more about campus
resources and opportunities to get involved?
Would you like to develop a great relationship with a
current multicultural student leader who could serve as
your peer mentor, and become a life-long friend?
OPPORTUNIT IES IN
BOLD is a fantastic opportunity for first-year students
who are striving for academic, social and professional success.
The BOLD Learning Community is designed to support the College
of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ diverse student population with
representation and retention, and you can be a part of it!
The BOLD Learing Community offers three main components:
• Orientation course in the fall and seminar course in the spring
• 1:1 peer mentoring
• Academic and social events with all learning
community students and peer mentors
In the BOLD Learning Community, you will:
• Build community and social interaction with fellow BOLD students
• Meet with your Multicultural Liaison Officer for academic support
• Network with faculty and staff
• Encourage global citizenship through service-learning projects
• Critically engage in learning about yourself
• Participate in social events, faculty meet & greets, and learn more
about leadership opportunities
Each BOLD student will be matched with a peer mentor.
Your peer mentor will be a multicultural upperclassman
in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
FOR MORE INFO ON HOW TO JOIN THE
LEARNING COMMUNITY, GO TO:
Contact us to join!
Der Vang, Multicultural Liaison Officer &
BOLD Learning Community Coordinator
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
102 Catt Hall
BOLD is a non-residential Learning Community:
• Multicultural students (American Indian/Alaska Native, African
American, Asian American, Hawaiian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic or
Latino/a, Multiracial) in any College of Liberal Arts and Sciences major
The learning community aims to engage multicultural first-year and
transfer students who are not recipients of the George Washington Carver
Scholarship, Hixson Opportunity Award, Multicultural Vision Program
Award, or Science Bound Program. Students are also highly encouraged
to participate in departmental learning communities.
“I always have someone I can ask any questions to, especially being a first-generation college student. It has been helpful to have someone to help me along my transition. - BOLD Student, Fall 2014