During her first year on campus, Alexis Peña ’16 got a disappointing grade on a math test. She texted her Wellslink academic consultant, Jessica Santana ’11, G’13, to tell her the news.
“That same day she ...
On Tuesday, March 1, 2016, Chancellor Syverud and his wife, Dr. Chen, hosted a reception for WellsLink students and OMA graduate students and staff members. It was an amazing time, as we enjoyed good ...
Who We Are
The WellsLink Leadership Program, a program managed by Syracuse University's Office of Multicultural Affairs, is an academic excellence and leadership program for first-year students of color who are not sponsored by any of the university's state or federally-funded programs.
Through a series of structured academic, social and cultural enrichment activities, WellsLink scholars are trained for exceptional success and leadership at Syracuse University. The goal of the program is to give students an "edge" in college.
On Sunday, November 11, 2012, WellsLink students attended a formal dinner with a keynote address by Barry L. Wells, for whom the program is named. Peer leaders also present special motivational kits to each of their peers, encouraging them as they begin preparing for finals week.