Peer-to-Peer Mentoring Program
The Mentoring Program is a small, supportive community that helps first-year College of Business students transition academically and socially to the University by pairing them with junior and senior College of Business students who serve as mentors during their first year of college.
The program is comprised of Mentors, Mentees, and a leadership team. To qualify for a mentee role, individuals must be first-year College of Business students from a rural community, out of state, be racially or ethnically diverse, or be a first generation student. Mentors must be a junior or senior College of Business student with a minimum of a 3.0 grade point average and be involvement in the College and/or University. The leadership team is comprised of Sophomore Leaders, Mentor Leaders, the Mentee Coordinator and Mentor Coordinator, and the Program Coordinator. All leadership team members are alumni of the program.