Make a difference in the life of a student with Learning Disabilities by contributing to the STEPP Program Endowment. We are making progress toward our goal of $4 million. Information regarding endowments for scholarships, contributions to original endowment, and other contributions is available upon request. For more information on giving opportunities, please refer to the Friends of STEPP Program Brochure.
For further information please contact:
Major Gifts Officer
East Carolina University
Greenville Centre, Suite 1107
2200 S. Charles Blvd.
Greenville, NC 27858-4353
Applications for the 2016 cohort of Project STEPP have been posted. Completed application packets must be postmarked by May 15, 2015 to be considered on time. Click here for details about the application process.
ECU is no longer offering a Spring Open House for prospective students. Instead, this event has been changed to an Admitted Students Day. As a result, STEPP is no longer holding any events on March 28th as we had previously announced. Instead, we will hold an information session for prospective students and families on Monday, April 6, 2015, from 12:30-1:30 pm in the STEPP Office. Interested students applying for the 2016 cohort can find more information and the link to register for this event on our News and Events page.
Meanwhile, students who will be applying for the 2017 cohort or later are encouraged to attend the Fall 2015 Open House to learn more about ECU and STEPP. The date for this event has not yet been announced, but it will likely be in late October or early November of 2015. Click here for more information about ECU's Open House.
STEPP Program participants, Marell Cook (2011 Cohort) and Justin Decker (2013 Cohort) participated in the 2014 Learner Profile Convening on August 15 in Chapel Hill sponsored by the Oak Foundation Learning Differences Programme and their partner organization Public Impact. more...