Minerva Mentors are upper class students selected for their strong academic backgrounds and personal achievements and trained to assist first year students in making the transition to Union and in reaching their full academic potential.
Every first year student is assigned a Minerva Mentor based on their Minerva House. One Minerva Mentor lives in each of the Minerva Houses and serves as an informed resource for students in the house on academically related questions and concerns. Students often find it helpful to ask fellow students advice and the Minerva Mentors program supplements the advising system by providing students with valuable, first-hand information on course selection, academic requirements, academic resources, as well as what it takes to be successful at Union.
Minerva Mentors hold weekly office hours, offer academic workshops and are available for individual appointments with students.
Get to know your Minerva Mentor!