Students mentoring one another through the Mentor Collective at University College

Every student deserves a mentor.

The Mentor Collective will match students with University College alumni and others in the university community to help them achieve academic and personal goals.

What is Mentor Collective at University College?

Mentor Collective is an online mentoring community. Through Mentor Collective, University College students pursuing degrees or certificates will have ongoing access to a network of mentors, many of whom are University College graduates, trained to offer guidance and advice. Students will be matched with a personal mentor based on common academic interests, career goals, life challenges, and experiences.

Additionally, students can use the platform’s discussion guides and goal-setting activities to help spark meaningful conversations with their counterparts. Topics range from time management and work-life balance to networking and job-seeking advice.

What do mentors and mentees discuss?

  • How will my major impact my professional options?
  • How do I balance the demands of family, school, and work?
  • How can I set myself up for academic, social, and career success?
  • How do I make connections with peers and professional contacts?

How can students get matched with a mentor or volunteer to support their peers? 

We are actively enrolling students and mentors for the upcoming school year. This program is limited to admitted students. If you’re interested in learning more about Mentor Collective at University College, contact Elisa Wang at elisa.wang@wustl.edu