PUMP is a Pre‑Orientation program that focuses on peer mentoring to support first‑year minority‑ethnicity students as they adjust to life at Cabrini College.
PUMP stands for ‘Preparing Underrepresented Mentees for Progress.’
The program works in conjunction with the Office of Student Diversity Initiatives.
This peer-mentor program familiarizes first‑year students with Cabrini and the diversity in the campus and student activities.
Students in PUMP will move into residence halls early and get a head start in meeting each other and learning the campus and area around Cabrini.
The program pairs incoming students with an upperclass mentor to learn about the Cabrini experience.
Over the course of two and a half days, students go through a series of on‑ and off‑campus experiences that offer academic, cultural, and social support.
Day 1 - Move-In Day:
Peer mentors and first-year students meet
First-year students are introduced to the Pledge of Respect & Community
Venture off-campus for a group dinner in the King of Prussia area
A tour of the Wayne, Radnor, and King of Prussia areas around Cabrini
Open House at the Office of Student Diversity Initiatives
Excursion to PhiladelphiaThe group will visit LOVE Park, Reading Terminal, Center City shopping sites, and much more.
Pre-Orientation dinner with Cabrini College President
For more information, contact Saleem Brown, Associate Director of the First-Year Experience, at 610‑902‑8535 or email@example.com.