Multicultural Peer Mentoring Program
The Multicultural Peer Mentor Program, sponsored by the Office of Multicultural Student Services, is a brand new program that will be available to incoming freshmen this upcoming fall. This program is designed to assist incoming freshmen (mentees) from racially diverse backgrounds with their transition to Bradley University by pairing each of them with an upperclassman (mentor) from a racially diverse background. Peer Mentors will provide academic and social support, upper-class guidance, and exposure to the great variety of resources and opportunities available at Bradley University.
First year students interested in becoming a part of this new initiative led by energetic upperclassmen ready to ensure that you have a great experience at Bradley should apply to this program TODAY!
What could first year students gain as a result of becoming part of this program?
- Relationships with students from similar racial and ethnic backgrounds
- Skills that will assist in making a successful transition to college
- Access to the variety of campus resources and university programs available to BU students
- Personal relationship with an upperclassmen who excited and willing to assist with the transition
NOTE: Accepted incoming students from racially diverse backgrounds will have the opportunity to enroll in the peer mentoring program beginning in May 2013.
If you have any additional questions about the Multicultural Peer Mentor Program please contact Norris Chase, Assistant Director of OMSS, at firstname.lastname@example.org.