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Collaborative Learning Program

Collaborative Learning Program

The Collaborative Learning Program

Interactive discussions on key concepts in:

  • General Biology (BL 150 & 152)
  • General Chemistry (CH 101 & 102)
  • Intro to Programming (CS 110 & 111)
  • Essentials of Chemistry (CH 114)
  • Organic Chemistry (CH 221 & 222)
  • Calculus with Applications I & II (MA 109 & MA 110)
  • Analytical Calc I (MA 111)
  • Analytical Calc II (MA 112) 
  • Analytical Calc III (MA 211) 
  • College Physics I & II (PH 109 & PH 110)

CLP sessions are held once a week on campus. All students are welcome.
The CLP session schedule is posted each semester on the CLP Bulletin Board located on the first floor of the East Building (Mazzero Hall) of the Dupré Science Pavilion.

Opportunities for you!

  • Interact with knowledgeable upperclassmen and your fellow classmates.
  • Exchange ideas with fellow classmates while learning in a relaxed and enjoyable setting.
  • Attain better understanding and insight into your course content.
  • Gain skill at solving problems covered in your course.

  • Schedule

    SPRING 2021 CLP Sessions 
    Day of the Week Course-Section Facilitator Time Room Number
    Monday CH 101-02 Jessica Persin 6:30-8:00 pm E104
    Monday CS 111-01,02 Lynn-Marie Vaughan 8:00-9:30 pm Online
    Monday CH 222-01 Nick Driscoll 6:30-8:00 pm JFW203
    Tuesday CH 102-03 Laura Aston 6:30-8:00 pm E104
    Tuesday CS 110 Joe Moyer 6:30-8:00 pm E106
    Tuesday CH 101-01 Eric Pennella 6:30-8:00 pm E108
    Tuesday MA 111-01 Sydney Green 8:00-9:30 pm WG03
    Tuesday BL 152-02 Sarah Centore 8:00-9:30 pm JFW203
    Tuesday BL 152-03 Sara Mills 8:00-9:30 pm Online
    Wednesday CH 102-01 Amanda Serapiglia 6:30-8:00 pm E102
    Wednesday MA 112-01,02 Patrick Hoover 8:00-9:30 pm E104
    Wednesday PH 110 Seth White 6:30-8:00 pm E106
    Thursday CH 102-02 Logan Getchey 6:30-8:00 pm E104
    Thursday CH 222-02 Nick Driscoll 6:30-8:00 pm JFW203
    Thursday BL 152-01 Zoe Leasock 8:00-9:30 pm JFW203
  • STEP Science Scholarships

    The Fall 2022 application is now closed.

    If you are looking for biochemistry, data science or biotechnology scholarships, you have come to the right place.

    For Fall 2022, we are proud to announce that we will offer five four-year $5,000 STEP Science Scholarships for incoming SVC freshmen majoring in biochemistry, data science or minoring in biotechnology. The scholarships will be in addition to Saint Vincent’s generous scholarship awards, which range up to $27,000 per year depending on academic record and test scores. Scholarship selection will be based on scholastic performance and an essay, as described below. Financial need will also be taken into account, so you must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered.

    Students must participate for the first two years in the Collaborative Learning Program (CLP), aimed at providing students with supplemental instruction in the rigorous courses of their major. 

    Science Scholarship recipients must maintain a 3.0 GPA or demonstrate satisfactory academic progress throughout their undergraduate career, graduating with a major in biochemistry data science or minor in biotechnology.

    How to Apply for STEP Science Scholarships:

    After your acceptance to Saint Vincent College, you may apply for the STEP scholarship by completing the following steps:

    • You must fill out and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) to be considered. In the online application, you will be asked to verify that you have completed and submitted this form. Your application cannot be considered unless this step is completed. 
    • Visit the STEP Science Scholarship Online Application page and provide your information.
    • Complete and attach the following STEP Science Scholarship Essay question:

      Describe in 1,000 words or less why you want to enroll in one of the following interdisciplinary program: biochemistry, data science or biotechnology; explain why science interests you and how the field you selected will assist you in achieving your future career goal.

    • Submit your online application by pressing the 'Apply Now!' button. A confirmation will be sent to your email address. 

    If you have further questions, please feel free to contact your admission counselor.

nsf1This material originally based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 0856575.