A meaningful relationship with a faculty/staff mentor helps students develop a sense of purpose and a sense of purpose helps students persist and be successful in school.
In the words of one mentee:
“The mentor program helped with perseverance and finding my inner-strength. My mentor made me more optimistic about life and guided me in my own path. The mentor program will be able to aid students on life choices and decisions and also prepare them for the future. Also, they might just make a new friend.”
We are always looking for UGA faculty and staff who are passionate about mentorship. Through your involvement in the program, you have an opportunity to help students:
Time commitments include:
If you are interested in being a mentor, please contact the Program Coordinator.
Is the Mentor Program for You?
Mentee Comments & Testimonials
Basics of the Program
Flow of Program
Mentor Program Home
Questions about the Mentor Program?
Please call the UHC Health Promotion Department (706-542-8690) or contact Mike Friedline.