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Prospective Academic Mentors
Faculty and Selected Academic Mentors
  Class Funds, Textbooks and Food Service Cards
  Course Credits and Grading
  Mentor Selection, Responsibilities and Learning Objectives
  Mentor Training/Resources and Activity Tracking
Participating Courses

Information For Prospective Mentors

Student academic mentors are asked to:

  • role model interest in course content and learning,
  • offer resources regarding learning strategies,
  • build mentoring relationships with class members, and
  • refer students to other campus services as appropriate.

Academic mentors also benefit from the chance to:

  • develop a collaborative relationship with a faculty member,
  • encourage students in their learning and academic success,
  • hone their own interpersonal, academic, leadership, and teaching skills, and
  • receive 4000 level academic credit toward graduation.

Academic mentor positions for each quarter are filled on a rolling basis, so indicating interest early increases the possibility of participation.The position descriptions below outline academic mentor qualifications, typical responsibilities, and details regarding academic credit.

USEM-University Seminar
USCH 1000-University Scholars Seminar
UCOR 1000-The Arts and the Christian Community
UFDN 1000-Christian Formation

Please direct questions to the program coordinator at