Advising & Programs

SIFP Fellows are part of a larger first-generation/lower-income community of peers, staff and faculty at the University. The SIFP experience is comprised of weekly mentorship group meetings, co-curricular workshops, professional development opportunities, and fun extracurricular activities! 

Learn more about the advising opportunities and programs offered through our first-gen/low-income office below.

Mentorship Group

The SIFP community includes 500+ fellows!

Upon registration through our mentor collective platform, students are sorted into mentorship/accountability groups for the semester that are facilitated by upperclass Head Fellows or Graduate Students.

SIFP Academic Support

For the Spring 2024 Semester, SIFP is featuring several advanced options to support our students academically!


TABLES Math (General)

Dr. Dr. David Villalobos

Mondays, 6:00-8:00 pm, Forbes College Multi-Purpose Room