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Becoming a Mentor

Why become a Mentor?

  • Give back to the university
  • Enhance the lives of students
  • Increase student persistence
  • Be a positive role model
  • Share your college experiences

How to become a Mentor:

"Do all the good you can. By all the means you can. In all the ways you can. In all the places you can. To all the people you can. As long as ever you can." ~ John Wesley

The Center for Mentoring cares about students’ progress and has designed its programs to help students successfully adjust to campus life at Indiana University Southeast and persist to graduation.

The Mentoring Program pairs students with mentors who guide them through their freshmen year experience to graduation. Mentors are faculty, staff, and alumni who know the university and who are trained to help students as they navigate through their college career.

These relationships assist and encourage students as they develop their personal, social, academic, and career goals. Mentors are vital to student success and growth. WE INVITE YOU TO BECOME A PART OF THIS REWARDING JOURNEY.  JOIN US AND WATCH YOUR STUDENT GROW!

Who are Mentors?

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Alumni

Your Role as a Mentor:

  • Guide
  • Teach
  • Support
  • Listen
  • Advocate
  • Refer
  • Advise

If interested, please download and complete the Mentor Application (PDF) and submit it to:

Indiana University Southeast
Center for Mentoring
4201 Grant Line Road
University South - Rm. 205
New Albany, IN 47150

Director, June Huggins
(812) 941-2517
jhuggins@ius.edu

Office Services Assistant, Lisa Shelfer
(812) 941-2516
lshelfer@ius.edu

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