Moss Scholars FAQs
What is required to be in the Moss Scholars Program?
Students that identify as neurodiverse and would like to participate in the Moss Scholars program must be current or admitted students to Bradley University. Students will be required to complete a Moss Scholars application, submit documentation, complete student and parent executive functioning skills questionnaires, submit a student personal statement and attend a virtual interview with Moss Scholars staff.
How do I apply to be a part of the Moss Scholars Program?
Students interested in enrolling in Moss Scholars should contact the director of Moss Scholars to schedule a meeting to discuss their interest in the program. Virtual conferences can be scheduled if the student is not able to meet on campus.
Can students use financial aid they may be awarded towards the cost of the Moss Scholars Program?
Yes, students who are awarded financial aid may apply their aid towards the cost of the program.
Do students in the Moss Scholars Program take the same classes as other Bradley University students?
Yes, students enrolled in Moss Scholars take the same classes and have the same program requirements and expectations as students who are not enrolled in the program.
If I participate in the Moss Scholars Program my first semester at Bradley University, do I have to remain in the program for the whole time I am enrolled at Bradley University?
No, students are under no obligation to remain in Moss Scholars. Eligible students may fluctuate between different stages of the program each semester according to the number of credit hours they have and other personal factors. The Executive Function Coach can help eligible students choose the stage that is best for them once they have registered for classes. Students may also choose to step out of the Moss Scholars program and then return provided they still meet the eligibility requirements.
How does Moss Scholars differ from an academic coach through the Academic Success Center?
Your executive function coach will follow-up with you directly on a consistent basis and provide you more support than a free academic coach.
Can student athletes participate in the Moss Scholars Program?
Yes, student athletes who meet the eligibility requirements of the program may enroll.
Can students with disabilities request accommodations without being in the Moss Scholars Program?
Yes, students with disabilities may request disability-related accommodations without being in Moss Scholars. Students with disabilities should connect with the Office of Student Access Services to initiate the accommodation request process. All accommodations are evaluated on an individual basis.
I do not identify as being a neurodiverse student, can I still have the support of the Moss Scholars Program?
Students that identify as neurodiverse (students with ASD, ADHD or learning different) are eligible for the program. Students who suspect they may have an undiagnosed disability may contact the Office of Student Access Services for referrals or suggestions to community resources that cando neuropsychological assessments and other evaluations.