The Office of Multicultural Student Services offers mentoring services that are absolutely free to students. There are currently three mentoring components which consist of Peer and Gender Specific Mentoring programs. Mentoring services are offered to assist students with transitioning and connecting to the University while also allowing students to build strong support systems to assist them with having a successful academic year. Students interested in these services should stop by the Office of Multicultural Student Services (107 Lucas Hall) to learn how to get involved.
Mentors are student leaders who have completed at least 24 credit hours and have a cumulative GPA of 2.8. Mentors must demonstrate strong communication and leadership skills and commit to at least one academic school year. Mentors can work up to 20 hours a week and are paid $8.00 an hour. Students interested in applying to be a mentor should complete the following application for employment.2017-2018 Peer Mentor Application (PDF 193KB)
Questions regarding mentoring programs or mentoring employment opportunities should be directed to Eboni Sterling at (314) 516-6566.