Frederick Douglass Achievement Program

Frederick Douglass Achievement Program

Frederick Douglass Achievement Program BU's Frederick Douglass Achievement Program is designed to help students graduate in four years by successfully completing their second and third years of college. It is open to all sophomores and juniors in the university.

Students are expected to engage in the following activities:

  • Strive for academic excellence by attending all classes and completing all class assignments
  • Inform their advisor of any difficulties interfering with their academic performance
  • Participate in bimonthly advising and discussion forums with their advisor
  • Adhere to recommendations made by their advisor
  • Maintain a semester calendar/appointment book
  • Maintain a grade log
  • Participate in two FDI workshops and/or field trips per semester
  • Join at least one student organization off campus
  • Participate in at least one community service project that SOLVE sponsors
  • Explore the possibility of engaging in an independent study/research project with their academic advisor
  • Attend at least one student conference per academic year
  • Strive to maintain overall GPA of 3.0