Our mentoring program, Global Mentor Network (GMN) offers secure mentoring and networking opportunities within our university community. If you are enrolled at the university, you can join as a mentee, or information seeker. If you are a graduate level student or an alumni who has completed at least 12 credit hours at our university with a 3.5 GPA, or you have substantial professional experience (demonstrated by an employment history), you are welcome to become a mentor, or information sharer.
One-to-one mentoring allows mentees to connect and work closely with mentors who provide advice on career, academic, and life goals.
Group networking allows you to join discipline-based groups, led by mentors eager to answer questions, initiate conversation, and provide relevant resources. Mentees may also engage other mentees in dialogue.
Join any of our 29 group networks:
The Criminal Justice Group Network in The Quad is “hot on the case” this year. Group members are posting intriguing legal questions, law enforcement scenarios, course suggestions, and industry-related resources to spark conversation!
Want to find out what the Criminal Justice Group Network is talking about? Join the conversation today and engage in discussions, use the group resources, and connect with peers working in the field!
Interested in a different topic or area of study? Join us on The Quad in one of our 33 mentoring groups. The Quad link is located within the student and alumni MyCampus page, listed under the Student Services Quick Links, on the bottom right-hand side of the page.