The university's mentoring program, Global Mentor Network (GMN) offers secure mentoring and networking opportunities within our university community.
Mentee Eligibility: As a student or an alumni member, you are eligible to participate as a mentee (or information-seeker) in the program, to network and connect with other community members.
Mentor Eligibility: If you are an outstanding graduate student, and completed at least 12 credit hours in your current program with a 3.50 GPA or higher, you are eligible to mentor in the Global Mentor Network. Alumni community members, or students who can demonstrate extensive academic or professional experience, may also participate as mentors.
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 Education Group Network in The Quad is gearing up for back to school in many ways. There is always something new to learn when checking in with this mentoring group. Members are sharing articles, course suggestions, and helpful resources to learn and grow from the network!
Eager to find out what the Education Group Network is discussing? Join the conversation today and exchange ideas, use the group resources, and connect with peers with a common interest in the field!
Interested in a different topic or area of study? Join us on The Quad in one of our 29 mentoring groups. The Quad link is located under the Student Services Quick Links, on the bottom right-hand side of the myCampus page.