Frequently Asked Questions
LEAP stands for Learning, Engagement, Achievement, and Progress and is a two-semester learning community for entering students at the U. Most LEAP students take two LEAP courses in the fall (social science and writing) and one in the spring (humanities). They stay with the same professor and classmates for one fall class and one spring class, but connect with other LEAP students through program-wide activities. The program offers peer advisors, scholarships, the LEAP House for study and social events, and the chance to stay connected through paid positions in the sophomore year. All admitted students are eligible and there are no extra costs.
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