SUNY Cortland’s C.U.R.E. Scholarship and Program has much to offer students. We provide a comprehensive urban teacher preparation program that complements traditional teacher preparation programs and supports students so they succeed in college and beyond.
Course work to provide a more complex understanding of the issues of urban education. C.U.R.E. students take three unique courses (FSA 101: Introduction to Urban Education; FSA 103: Gender, Race, and Class in Education; INT 270: Exploring Education with an Urban Focus) in addition to the course work required by each major.
Mentoring is provided for each C.U.R.E. scholar. From the earliest days on campus, C.U.R.E. students are assigned a peer mentor to ease the transition to college. Students develop a network of support through Orientation, a Welcome Picnic and peer mentoring activities.
Academic Support for all C.U.R.E. students includes weekly meetings with a C.U.R.E. staff person to address academic and transition needs. C.U.R.E. students also are required to complete a learning profile with The Learning Center.
You should apply to C.U.R.E. if:
If these sound familiar or like something you can imagine yourself believing, you should apply to the C.U.R.E. program. Once you are accepted, you will be given all of the preparation that you need to succeed as an urban teacher. You are not expected to know everything right away, but you will be expected to work hard, have an open mind and be ready for challenges.
You are eligible to apply for the C.U.R.E. scholarship program if:
Complete the application by March 20, 2023.
Anne Burns Thomas
Professor, Foundations and Social Advocacy
Cornish Hall, Room 1222A
Lecturer, Foundations and Social Advocacy
Cornish Hall, Room 1227
Cornish Hall, Room 1222