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Prospective Academic Mentors
Faculty and Selected Academic Mentors
  Class Funds, Textbooks and Food Service Cards
  Course Credits and Grading
  Mentor Selection, Responsibilities and Learning Objectives
  Mentor Training/Resources and Activity Tracking
Participating Courses

Training Sessions

Student academic mentor training sessions offer academic mentors information and resources for their work with students. In addition, these sessions will give academic mentors opportunities to talk with each other about their experiences. Academic mentors attend three training sessions led by program staff.

Additional resources for academic mentors will be available on the Student Academic Mentors Blackboard site.


USEM and USCH 1000 Academic Mentors
Spring 2014 Training Sessions

For all new and returning mentors. Choose one session to attend. (Same info will be covered in all three sessions.)





Tuesday, June 3 1 - 1:50 p.m. Library Classroom Main Floor
Wednesday, June 4 3 - 3:50 p.m. Library Classroom Main Floor
Thursday, June 5 11:10 a.m. - 12 p.m. Library Classroom Main Floor


Academic Mentor Activity Tracking

Academic mentors are asked to record the kinds of activities they carry out and the tasks they complete. This helps the program staff and participating faculty to evaluate the impact of the Academic Mentor program.

The Academic Mentor Activities Inventory Sheet will be distributed to you in a training session in the quarter or is available here on-line. To complete the form:

  • Record the academic mentor activities and/or tasks you are responsible for each week.
  • Record the number of students who participated or were impacted by what you did.

If you have any questions about how to complete this form, please contact the Academic Mentor program staff. Your completed form will need to be turned in within one week of the end of the quarter.