The Mentored Research and Artistry Program is designed to enhance and recognize the learning experiences of undergraduates who are engaged in research, artistry, or other forms of creative work.
The experience allows students to distinguish themselves as undergraduate scholars in their disciplines. The opportunity is open to all undergraduate students in good academic standing who have had at least two full semesters in a mentored research experience.
The criteria for completion are rigorous, ensuring that only the most dedicated students receive the distinction of Mentored Research and Artistry Program on their transcript.
Students earn the right to wear the Mentored Research and Artistry Program's Silver Ribbon with their graduation regalia and of listing this distinction among their academic achievements.
Who Can Apply:
Any current undergraduate student in good academic standing with Colorado State University.
Please scheduling a one-on-one meeting with the program coordinator to get more information and apply for the Mentored Research and Artistry Program.
Note: Current CSU students have one full academic year from date of graduation to provide proof that the requirements were completed. All requirements must be completed as an undergraduate student.