Grads Guiding Grads
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The Graduate and Professional Student Senate Peer Mentoring program aims fulfill the need for non-crisis, non-academic mentoring in the graduate and professional student community. Mentors volunteer their time to provide a sympathetic ear to fellow graduate and professional students on topics that affect us all in one-on-one or drop-in sessions. While mentors indicate interest in providing perspective and feedback around particular issues, the program is meant to pair students across disciplines and communities, and provide the opportunity to get advice from a fresh perspective..
This program is not a clinical intervention, nor is it a replacement for the services of medical professionals. To learn more about the program's philosophy and origins, click here.
Click on these links or use the menu to the left to apply to be a mentor, request mentoring services, or learn more about on-campus resources for graduate and professional students.