What is NUFP?
The NASPA Undergraduate Fellows program is a semi-structured mentoring program for undergraduate students wishing to explore and better understand the field of student affairs and/or higher education. At the University of Vermont, NUFP is a campus-based experience designed to provide Fellows with a broad understanding of higher education in general and the student affairs profession in particular in order to entertain a career in student affairs. Each individual Fellow, in consultation with his or her Mentor, selects experiences that will promote such understanding.Some Topics of Discussion will include:
WHO CAN APPLY?
To be considered for admission to the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program, each applicant must meet the requirements listed below.
Goals of UVM NUFP Program
To provide enhancement of skill sets associated with NUFP and NASPA.
To provide an experience in Student Affairs
To provide an opportunity for Professional development:
Students who meet the above requirements will need to complete and submit the University of Vermont Application to Nicholas Negrete at Nicholas.Negrete@uvm.edu by April 8th, 2013.
Applications are found here: uvm_nufp_application.doc
After interviews, selected students will be offered the opportunity to apply nationally. Students will select a Mentor and continue in the national application process. Assistant Dean of Students Nick Negrete will notify students of their acceptance into the NASPA Undergraduate Fellows Program.
For more information please contact Assistant Dean Nick Negrete.