Welcome to the Honors Peer Mentoring Page!
To submit meeting forms or community service projects click on FORMS
To find information contained in the move in folder and the constitution click on FILES
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For any questions you can contact Shaelyn Domansky at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This organization consists of Honors students working to make the transition of freshmen into college and Honors smoother and more successful.
Please enter just the Box Number or File.
New RSOs who have not been approved yet, please enter "File."
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Meetings are normally in the Honors Conference Room located in Pickell Hall. This, however, can change.
What else should people know about your meetings? Do you only meet once a month? Do attendees need to be added to an agenda? Is the location hard to find? If attendees need ADA accommodations, whom should they contact?
The entire HPMP organization only meets a few times a semester. In the fall semester, our meeting concerns Welcome Weekend, which includes Fun Day and a welcome dinner. The executive board meets monthly throughout the year. During the spring semester, we meet to have a mentor training session to prepare mentors for the upcoming fall.
Does your organization have a mission statement, catch phrase, or other marketing description? Information provided here may be used in university publications, websites, or other materials.
We, the Honors Peer Mentoring Program, exist to organize and assist the incoming Honors freshmen with the tools to succeed in their first year of college, including matching them with a peer mentor and providing opportunities to get to know the campus, community, and their fellow freshmen.
If your organization has selective membership, please describe the selection process. This may include a GPA requirement, try-outs, degree program, etc.
Interviews to become a peer mentor for the upcoming fall are conducted by the executive board during the spring semester. In order to join this organization, you must be a member of Honors and in good standing with the program.
Why should people join? What makes your group special? What will students gain by being a member?
If your transition into a college Honors program wasn't smooth, then you have the opportunity to help incoming freshmen have the best experience in order to allow for an easier transition period.
Does your group have a fundraising, volunteer, or service initiative? Do you consistently work with a non profit organization?
Each peer mentor is required to participate in two community service events with their mentee groups.