The Center for Mentoring provides mentoring services in a nurturing environment at Indiana University Southeast through the following programs:
The Mentoring Program assigns personal mentors to students enrolled at IU Southeast. Mentoring is available from the freshman year through the graduate programs. Mentors are university faculty, staff, and alumni who are paired up with IU Southeast students. Mentors serve in various roles and assist students in their personal, academic, and career development.
The Access to Success Program is a one-year program that is designed to assist students in their transition to IU Southeast. The target population for this program is adults 25+ years, first generation college students, minority students, and 21st Century Scholars. Peer Mentors are selected and trained to serve the student participants.
Additional information on both programs can be found on the Center for Mentoring website.