Once you have completed the steps to apply for the Transfer Advocate Gateway (TAG) program, your application will be considered. Things that you can expect while participating in the program are: attending workshops, attend class and be introduced to academic and non-academic resources. Most of all, becoming an Owl!
Learning Community / Peer Mentors
After applying and being accepted into the program, the main point of contact will be the Transfer Graduation Coaches. Transfer Graduation Coaches will facilitate the curricular and co-curricular programs such as learning communities and peer mentor program. The learning communities will be voluntary, but offered to students during the first semester after transferring to KSU. The learning communities will provide transfer students with experience and opportunities to gain self-efficacy through: the examination of personal strengths, skills, and interests; information needed to be successful in their chosen majors/careers; and engagement in campus and communities activities.
Transfer students who successfully complete a learning community will have the opportunity to become a TAG peer mentor. The TAG peer mentors are key components in creating connections and affinity to the TAG program. They will assist the program in activities, workshops and other department events.