Location: Second Floor, Sellers Hall
Sisterhood Scholars Community Pillars
Professional Development & Leadership
Students will participate in professional development programming to strengthen their existing skills and enhance their ability to persist in college and their professional careers. Program topics consists of: time management, organization, resume writing, financial literacy, applying for jobs and interview preparation. Students will also be equipped with knowledge, skills and attitudes to build awareness of themselves and the world in which we reside to develop their capacity to be leaders during their tenure on campus and beyond.
Academic success is crucial to students’ college completion. Students will learn about the culture of academics at Eastern Michigan University (EMU) through interactions with faculty and staff members and exposure to on-campus resources that are available to aid in their academic achievement.
Health & Wellness
Students will learn strategies to maintain a healthy work-life balance to improve their physical, emotional, and mental well-being while managing academic requirements and extracurricular activities.
Respect and reciprocity are essential to the cornerstone of society. Students will engage with the community in which they reside and gain important life lessons to enhance their college experience. Students will learn how to be active participants in various facets of their community, both on and off campus.
How Can You Apply?
Further information about the community, eligibility requirements, community standards, and application information can be found by visiting the Brotherhood & Sisterhood Scholars webpage. Please note that you must be accepted to the program in order to live in the Sisterhood community.
If you have specific questions about the program, please contact Program Coordinator E. Abby Davis.