Fontaine Mentor Programs

The Fontaine Mentor Programs empower students to thrive on campus through building resiliency, self-efficacy, and belongingness within the UGA community. These programs are designed for students who want to:

  • Feel greater connection to campus
  • Develop strategies for resiliency
  • Identify what they want from their college experience
  • Build a closer relationship with faculty, staff, or their peers

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Nominate a Student

Do you know a student who may be interested in working with a mentor? Submit their name here to connect them with program information! Students are also encouraged to nominate themselves.




"My mentor and I built a genuine relationship based upon trust and mutual understanding."

“[my mentor] opened doors that I truly didn’t even know were there.”

“It’s been an absolute joy to watch [my mentee] be so brave and so excited for her future life! We already had plans for a catch-up lunch at the end of the semester.”

“I did well this semester because [my mentor] cared whether or not I did well.”

Faculty/Staff Mentor Program
Peer Mentor Program
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Questions about the Fontaine Mentor Programs?

Please call the UHC Health Promotion Department (706-542-8690) or contact Molly Dunn.