Smith Undergraduate Fellows programs are 1-2 year long reality-based learning programs that provide students:
- Specialization in an area of business
- Small class sizes with dedicated sections of Fellows courses
- Opportunities to work closely with other Fellows students and faculty
- Site visits, speaker series, and case competitions
- Links to alumni and corporate partners
Smith students have the opportunity from their freshman year on to participate in one Fellows program per year. Students in Freshmen Fellows or one of the Smith School’s upperclassmen Fellows programs join a cohort of like-minded peers to engage in an intense study of a specific area of business, ranging from major-specific topics such as finance and supply chain to general interests such as sport management or design.
Out-of-the-classroom and reality-based learning are at the forefront of the Fellows programs. Whether through special speakers, workshops, site visits, case competitions, or networking events with corporate partners and Smith alumni, students gain practical insights into the business community.
Small class sizes in reserved Fellows sections of business courses are a hallmark of all Fellows programs, facilitating strong working relationships among Fellows students and the faculty who advise and teach in these programs.
Students engage, explore, and experience the Smith Community through Fellows!
For more information about individual Fellows programs, please visit UNet.