The Center for Advanced Automotive Technology is again offering Macomb students a free opportunity to experience Wayne State University first-hand before they decide to transfer there.
University Bound, similar to Wayne State’s Upward Bound for high school students, is for community college students planning on transferring to a four-year college or university. It includes an overnight stay in a Wayne State dormitory and workshops introducing students to the resources that would be available if they attended the university. Participants will also gain insight into the majors they are intending to pursue and learn about the cultural and extracurricular activities on and around Wayne State’s campus.
Wayne State is a popular destination for students transferring from Macomb, and CAAT, which is housed at South Campus and funded by a National Science Foundation grant, sponsored the program last year as well.
The free two-day program for community college students will be held May18-19. Enrollment is limited to 40 students and those interested must register by May 2 on MyMacomb.