First-Generation Programs Mentoring
Are you a first-generation college student looking for support, guidance, and community? Look no further! The Office of First-Generation Programs assists students in accessing important resources, making connections, and building community through one-on-one mentoring. Students, like you, can connect with a student peer mentor to work towards your goals. Your mentor will then work with you to enhance your experience at Northern Arizona University.
Benefits of connecting with a mentor
- Connect to events and activities
- Gain practical advice, encouragement and support
- Increase your social and academic confidence
- Develop your communication, study and academic skills
- Identify goals and establish a sense of direction
- Gain valuable insight into the next stage of your collegiate journey
- Build your network
- Be a first-generation college student at one of NAU’s campuses including NAU Flagstaff Mountain, Online, and Yuma
- Students that are online or at the Yuma campus will meet with mentors via Zoom.
- Please note, students in the Blavin Scholars Program, First Scholars, STAR, or Student Support Services are not eligible for additional mentoring through First-Generation Programs
To connect with a mentor please complete the form below and we’ll be in touch shortly.