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    The Entering Student Program (ESP) at The University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP) was created in 1999 to provide students with the academic and social support needed to transition to University life. That transition may be from high school, a community college, another university, or the transition may be for a student who has been out of school for some time. The ESP identifies for students all varying aspects of University life, including how to find and use all University resources. Officially, ESP links all the services that an entering student needs to become a successful student: Enrollment Services, Undergraduate Recruitment, New Student Orientation, Academic Advising Center, University Seminar/Academic Programs, and Tutoring and Learning Center. These components provide integrated services to students with an overriding theme of community-building through faculty/staff and peer mentoring, clustering of academic courses, and additional activities. These services maintain a positive and collaborative relationship to insure the success of UTEP's entering students.


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