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SUCCESS
Supporting Undergraduates Collectively by Creating Educational opportunities to enhance
Skills and Scholastic achievement  

Program Information

Success Mentors & MenteesThe SUCCESS Mentoring Program is a mentoring program designed to assist first-generation first year college students in making a successful and enjoyable transition to college by creating a educationally and supportive network in order for them to be successful in their first year at Texas Woman’s University.                                                                        2014-2015 Mentees & Peer Mentors

Peer associations are important in creating opportunities for leadership and cultural support and can provide a supportive educational environment aimed at student development and academic success.        

Apply to become a Peer Mentor.

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Program Goals

  • Guide and support first generation college students at TWU.
  • Create a socially and academically supportive network of mentors and peers.
  • Facilitate social interaction, leadership development, and educational success.
  • Assist in the retention and ultimate graduation of SUCCESS participants.

Mentoring

SUCCESS takes a three-tier mentoring approach to meet the program goals for students involved in the program.

  • Tier 1- One-on-One mentoring with an upper-class peer mentor twice a month.
  • Tier 2- Monthly activities with your mentor group.
  • Tier 3- SUCCESS Mentor Program activities held twice a semester.

Programming

All SUCCESS sponsored programs planned throughout the year by the mentoring staff will cover the areas of social interaction, educational success, leadership development, and community involvement.

Benefits of a Mentoring Relationship

  • Gain encouragement from mentor to excel academically, socially, and culturally while making a smooth transition into college life
  • Acquire knowledge that will be useful as you prepare for your profession
  • Gain assistance in identifying career and academic goals
  • Gain unique experiences working one-on-one with a mentor
  • Gain support for your success in the university community
  • Develop a lasting relationship with a mentor

For More Information Contact:

Michelle Prudhomme-Coleman
Assistant Director
Office of Intercultural Services
Jones Hall, Suite 200
(940) 898-3679
intercultural@twu.edu

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