July 12 through August 1
Check-in: Saturday, July 12. Check-in times will be assigned by floors. Notification of check-in times will be sent after New Student Orientation.
Welcome Session for students and parents will be at 12:30pm
Last day of LEAP is Friday, August 1st (Check-out time will start at 4:00 p.m.).
Students will be in classes or workshops from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. Week-day evenings will be for homework and program activities. There are some mandated activities on the week-ends. Students will remain on campus for the entire program period including week-ends.
Working during LEAP is prohibited.
LEAP students will be housed in Erickson residence hall on ISU’s campus.
Students may bring cars, but students are not to leave campus from Sunday night at 11:30 through Friday afternoon at 5:00. If students choose to bring cars, they will be responsible for purchasing a one-month $15 parking permit.
A “What to Bring List” will be mailed to students. Students DO need to bring a laptop.
Students will take an English 101 course for 3 college credits. This basic composition course is preparation for
the English rhetoric and research class. Students will also take academic skills classes to help them make a successful
transition to college.
To successfully complete LEAP, students must attend all classes, workshops, and program activities, abide by the Code of Student Conduct, and pass all course work with a C+ or better.
Attendance at all classes, workshops, and program activities is mandatory. Missing class or any program functions will be cause for the student to be removed from the program and the offer of admission to be revoked.
The offer of conditional admission will be revoked and the student will be referred to a local community college.
Students who decline the offer to attend LEAP will be referred to a local community college.
Conditional offers are not offered in the spring so students cannot be considered for spring admission. Students will be referred to a local community college.
The student portion of the program cost is $360 and will provide tuition, textbooks, housing, and meals. The bulk of the cost of the program is paid by the university. Students are responsible for purchasing a parking permit, if they bring a car, and will need to bring money for laundry and miscellaneous items they may wish to buy.