2016 University Honors Peer Mentor Application
Major (Primary Major)
Please be as specific as possible (Mechanical Engineering rather than Engineering or Accounting vs. Business)
Major (Secondary Major or N/A if you only have 1 major)
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Specialty Programs (e.g., Quest, Federal Semester, Global Semester, etc.)
Career Interests (perfectly ok to be undecided but if you know what you'd like to do professionally, I can more effectively match you with a new student)
Would you like to mentor individually or as part of a team?
Individual (1-3 students)
Individual (3-5 students)
Team (5-7 students)
Who would you like to team mentor with? (Please provide first and last name for your partner. He/She will also need to complete the application.)
Please provide an email address for the person you'd like team-mentor with?
Do you have at least a 3.0 GPA?
No, but I'm getting there. (If you don't have a 3.0 - yet. I'd like to have a conversation and learn more about your cirucumstances)
Did you participate in the Peer Mentor Program last fall?
Yes - I had a mentor
Yes - I was a mentor
No - I'm brand new to the program
Are you in University Honors?
No- completely ok to participate if you are in a different HC program but all first-year students will be University Honors. Please see your program staff if you'd like to mentor students in your program.
The Peer Mentor Program is a stepping stone to becoming an HONR100 Section Leader. Would you like to be considered for that program?
No - I prefer to just mentor students
Maybe - I need to give it some thought
As part of the program, there is an optional 1-credit Peer Mentor course designed to support mentors as they work with students. Course focus is on coaching and teaching mentoring, motivation, and time management strategies. Would you be interested in this course?
Thursdays from 11-11:50 a.m.
No, thanks. I have a conflict and will not be able to take the class.
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