The L&S Peer MAP: Mentorship for Achievement Program in the UC Davis College of Letters and Science matches both first-year students and transfer students with current upperclassmen within the College.
Students connect with peer mentors through the Mentor Collective system, have optional monthly meets to build campus and community relationships, and have access to success guides to assist with the transition to campus and college life.
How Does the L&S Peer MAP Program Work?
Students are matched with their Mentors based on their academic goals, common interests and backgrounds. Mentors assist Mentees with the navigation of campus resources, offer helpful advice, and build meaningful connections with their peers and the greater campus community.
Join our peer mentoring community of students!
- How do I become a mentor?
- Apply to become a mentor in the program using this interest link. Students must be at a Sophomore, Junior or Senior level to be considered as a mentor, and must be a current student in the College of Letters and Science.
- How do I get a mentor?
- Use this interest link to be matched with a mentor.
- Who can get a mentor?
- To be eligible, students must be:
— First-generation first-year or Transfer students; or,
— Undeclared students.