The City College Academy for Professional Preparation (CCAPP) is the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) at City College. It is sponsored by the New York State Department of Education to support talented under-represented students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) and health-related fields, to address the critical shortage of these students in those disciplines. The CCAPP program provides participants with a supportive community of fellow students, faculty and staff that enriches their lives, promotes their academic success and prepares them for entry into professional careers and/or graduate programs. CCAPP serves students throughout their college careers.
Science Mentoring Program
Science Mentoring Program (SMP) under the Division of Science (DoS) functions as a mentor-leadership training program for a community of students who study science subjects or are on the STEM track, with or without healthcare as a focus.
SMP members are supported by a panel of experienced mentors who serve to demystify academia. Mentors introduce our members to university life and work alongside them in task-based activities. Each mentor has their own skill set, and mentees may interact with as many as they choose in individual sessions.
SMP prepares mentees to seek best academic outcomes. We expand their access to information and encourage both teamwork and leadership experience. All members have the opportunity to distinguish themselves through service to their peers. SMP offers leadership goals reachable for every student, from freshman to senior, with support and training. SMP builds its identity out of the strong efforts and good intentions of the members who join. It is a unique endeavor.
Academic Support and Enrichment Activities:
- New Freshmen Summer Program
- Professional & Career Development
- Referral to Research & Internships
- Student to Student Mentoring
- Problem Solving Instruction in Science
- Undergraduate Tutoring & Workshops
Currently Advising Remotely
When to Meet with an Advisor
We encourage you to meet with advisors as often as you like. You are required to meet with an advisor to be cleared for registration. Read More
To make an appointment log into NAVIGATE.
SMP does not provide tutoring, academic advising, or assist students with homework, nor does it attempt to replace college services.
New members must interview to demonstrate a commitment to being mentored and a willingness to undertake SMP opportunities with ongoing leadership assessment.
Contact: Ms. Ahalya Bodasing, Coordinator
MR - 1st Floor
Math and Physics
IN-PERSON - WALK-IN
Location: MR 1th Floor, Room 106
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Biology and Chemistry
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SATURDAY & SUNDAY
10:00AM - 7:00PM
When it is time for your scheduled VIRTUAL tutoring session, the tutor you selected will contact you via email with a link to a Zoom meeting.
Jazmin Morales is the recipient of the 2020 Jonas E. Salk Scholarship.
Dean L. Cuadrado is a first-generation Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine Candidate at the Lake Erie College of Medicine.
Mathiu Perez is an Honors Research BS-MS student in biochemistry minoring in physics
Throughout these challenging times, the Division of Science Office for Student Success and the CCAPP Advising Office remains committed to supporting you and your academic needs. To make an appointment log into NAVIGATE and indicate the reason for the appointment. Advising will be conducted by phone, however if you prefer to be contacted by email please indicate your preference when making the appointment. You will be contacted as close to your appointment time as possible. To avoid delays it is important that contact information provided is accurate. We look forward to working with you.