MILE Program Guidelines
Membership is open to undergraduate students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources at Texas Tech University. Students who would like to apply must have no less than 30 graded degree applicable credit hours and no more than 60 graded degree applicable credit hours completed at a postsecondary institution prior to the beginning of the first spring semester in the MILE Program. Students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average that will be upheld throughout the duration of the program.
The application process for Cohort II of the MILE Program will open August 2019. Students who meet the eligibility requirements will submit a completed application, resume, and cover letter to email@example.com by 5 p.m. CST on Wednesday, October 16, 2019.
Each MILE cohort will accept a maximum of 14 students into the program, with one member from each CASNR academic department guaranteed. The remaining eight seats in the cohort will be at-large seats, meaning some departments may have more than one member in a MILE cohort.
Following the application deadline, applicants will go through two rounds of consideration. The first round will evaluate the completeness of each application and qualifications of the student. Only completed and correctly submitted applications received by the application deadline will be considered for acceptance into the MILE Program. Incomplete applications (i.e., missing recommendation forms or an incomplete application) will not be considered. It is the student applicant's responsibility to complete all application materials and submit the application packet before the deadline. Applicants will receive an email confirmation of received applications.
The second round of the selection process will include face-to-face interviews between members of the MILE Advisory Committee and selected applicants. Interviews will take place in the CASNR Dean's office (located in Goddard). Applicants will be notified via email to sign up for a 20-minute interview time. Applicants should dress professionally and be prepared to discuss their leadership and career goals with the MILE Advisory Committee.
This is a leadership program that requires students to meet and uphold certain expectations. Students who fulfill the eligibility requirements, complete an application, and are selected to the program will be expected to carry themselves professionally and represent Texas Tech University and the College of Agriculture and Natural Resources with the highest level of respect. Students are expected to maintain a 3.0 grade point average throughout the duration of this course and the rest of the MILE program.
- CASNR MILE
- Program Guidelines
- Advisory Committee & Supporters
- Program Overview
- Advisor Resources
- Cohort II 2020-2021
- Cohort I 2018-2019
- Program Support
- MILE Curriculum
Dr. Lindsay Kennedy
MILE Program Director
Assistant Director of Development
Dr. Cindy Akers
Associate Dean for Academic
& Student Programs
College of Agricultural Sciences & Natural Resources
AddressP.O. Box 42123, Lubbock, Texas 79409-2123, Dean’s Office Location: Goddard Building, Room 108