" Aim for the A's is a weekly study group designed to offer academic support to the members of MOSAIC. This study group meets on alternating Mondays in the Bowld Commons to promote academic excellence among all members. After all, MOSAIC members are here for a quality Christian higher education that leads to a successful graduation day.
Fall Orientation: August 26, 2013, 10:00 AM in Harvey Auditorium
Spring Orientation: February 3, 2014, 10:00 AM in Harvey Auditorium
The Assistant Dean of Students and the Director of Student Success along with select Student Life team members provide 1-hour orientation sessions designed to help ethnic minority scholarship recipients be holistically successful at Union University.
The ACTS Leadership Series: Solomon's Porch is a monthly dialogue series designed to educate and empower students in the areas of: Faith, Culture, Finances, and Academic Commitment & Accountability. Meetings will generally be the 1st Wednesday of every month on the Bowld Patio from 3:00-4:30pm.
Minority Scholars Support Appointments with Assistant Dean Taylor and Mr. Marshall
Academic, Leadership, Social, Spiritual, and/or Career Development appointments available upon request. Contact email@example.com, call 731.661.5316; or firstname.lastname@example.org, call 731.661.5304.
MOSAIC Partnerships with Academic Departments/Initiatives
In past years, Mosaic partnered on the Economic Summit with the McAfee School of Business and with the Department of English to present a poetry reading featuring NAACP Image Award Nominee James Cherry. Mosaic also partners with the InterCULTURAL CommUNITY Council on the annual CultureFEST each spring.
A comprehensive overview of the admissions process for both graduate school and law school, including tips for researching schools and programs, financial aid options, entrance exam information, and more! You’ll learn the specifics for creating a compelling admissions package and find out what schools are looking for in top applicants. Session led by Michelle Heck, Director of Law School Admissions, University of Missouri.
A discussion of the important role your personal statement plays in your grad school admissions package. You’ll learn how to write an excellent personal statement based on your vision, goals, and accomplishments. Session led by Michelle Heck, Director of Law School Admissions, University of Missouri.