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 Across our campus, there are great mentorship opportunities for students. Whether you are looking for academic mentoring, both for undergraduate and graduate programs, or looking for mentoring through student service programs, the U has programs in place to help you get the guidance and support you need to succeed on campus. 

 Smart Start
  • Specifically for undergraduate business students.
  • Mentor is an alumni of David Eccles School of Business.

College of Nursing

  • Designed to help students chart a career path and form a professional network.

Mechanical Engineering-Peer Mentoring Program

  • Pairs freshman with a mentor from either the junior or senior class.
  • Designed to welcome new students to the program and help them stay on track in the program.

Humanities Mentors

  • Open to students in the College of Humanities.
  • Mentors can be selected by career field, major, or location

Lassonde Mentor Program

  • Designed for new and incoming students, especially first-generation.
  • Helps students explore careers and education in STEM (science, technology, engineering and math), entrepreneurship, and innovation.

Research Mentoring

  • Offered through the Office of Undergraduate Studies.

Beacon Scholars Mentors

  • Exclusively for students participating in the Beacon Scholars programs
  • Helps students in the program transition to college and gives them support to succeed.

LGBT Mentor

  • Pairs students coming out and exploring and LGBT identity with a mentor who is more knowledgeable and self-accepting of their LGBT identity.
  • Provides accurate information, safe person and a supportive relationship.

Women in Motion

  • Offered through New Student and Family Programs.
  • Cohort of first-year, female students led by an upper-class female leader.
  • Support given through events held twice a month and regular contact between the mentor and mentee(s).

Honors' Mentoring

  • Exclusively for students in the Honors College; offered through New Student and Family Programs.
  • Support given to first-year students through events held twice a month and regular contact between the mentor and mentee(s).

Campus Life Mentor

  • Offered through New Student and Family Programs.
  • Mentors for freshman, transfer students and women's interest groups .

International iMentors

  • Assist new international students when they come to the U.
  • Involvement through airport welcome, International Student Welcome, information sessions, evening social events and activities, and shopping trips.


Last Updated: 8/29/18