Student Mentors are sophomores, juniors or seniors who
volunteer to co-facilitate the first-year seminar with a New Student Seminar
instructor. Student Mentors serve as a resource to new and first-year students
and provide students with a perspective of life at Salve Regina. The
relationships that new students form with their mentors are admirable and
advantageous. The mentors continue to be positive leaders and great
contributors to the success of many of our first-year students.
Do you want to be a Student Mentor?
Undergraduate students interested in applying for Student Mentor positions may contact Ducha Hang, director of first year and exploratory programs, at (401) 341-2383 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Recruitment for the position starts in January and ends in mid-March.
Students who are interested in applying for this leadership experience should complete the Student Mentor application with two completed recommendation forms (included in the application).
- Be in good academic standing
- Maintain a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Be in good judicial standing
- Must earn at least 30 credits by the spring semester of the freshman year
- Possess leadership and problem solving skills, creativity and knowledge of campus resources
After submission and review of application and recommendation forms, students will be contacted by the director for an interview with a committee of staff, faculty and students. We look forward to hearing from you, and good luck.