Why Should I Participate?
According to a university Student Engagement Interactive Report, students who seek
campus involvement and participate in these initiatives tend to have higher grades
and discover a greater sense of purpose within the university community.
Students acquire life-long connections, networks, and skills to prepare them for their
graduate and professional careers.
AAMI students will have the opportunity to:
- Develop a strong rapport with fellow AAMI members, faculty, community leaders, student
leaders, and staff
- Discover opportunities for campus involvement
- Network with administrators and faculty through AAMI activities and programming with
departments and campus organizations
- Utilize campus resources such as academic tutoring, mentoring and professional development
activities to make the most of their undergraduate experience
- Engage in research opportunities and leadership development
- Establish connections with peer and community mentors
Complete the online form.
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