Overview of Programs
Engage the perspectives of others in a meaningful dialogue.
Northwestern partners with The Posse Foundation to identify students with leadership potential and academic excellence to bring them to the University with their posse for support.
Summer Academic Workshop (SAW)
Northwestern University's Summer Academic Workshop (SAW) is a three-week program designed to equip students with the tools to thrive at Northwestern. Students will earn credit for one (1) English 100 writing course designed to strengthen their writing skills, and gain key insights and resources to help them successfully navigate the university. This program is facilitated through the Student Enrichment Services office and is open to all of Northwestern's incoming first-year students with a focus on low-income and/or first-generation students; students of color and LGBQTIA students.
Waw-jashk Student & Alumni Awards
In May 2018, Campus Inclusion and Community launched the Jazzy Johnson Waw-jashk Student Award and Adam Karr Waw-jashk Alumni Award with the approval and blessing of the Citizen Potawatami Nation and the Pokagon Potawatami Nation.
Campus Inclusion & Community recognizes that it is grounded in a rich history of student activism. This idea also reminds us of those who lived on this land before and those whose courageous acts of critical hope are the foundations on which Campus Inclusion & Community was built.