English Peer Mentorship Program (EPMP)
The English Peer Mentorship Program (EPMP) in the Department of Language, Literature and Cultural Studies promotes a nonjudgmental, one-to-one relationship between a former English 101 and/or 102 student (mentor) and a current student (mentee) enrolled in English 101 or 102. The mentor serves as a positive role model who provides guidance and academic support through the writing process to the mentee. Both the mentor and mentee will meet on a regular basis and work together to establish learning goals for the semester. During meetings, participants in the program will work towards attainment of those goals, discuss the mentee's writing projects, and explore ways to navigate through the challenges of college learning in face-to-face, remote, or hybrid settings.
Enrollment in the program includes opportunities for extra credit for ENGL 101 or 102 course. Additional information about the extra credit can be found on website HERE.