Students Navigating and Advising Peers
Students Navigating and Advising Peers (SNAP) is a traditional mentoring program that provides first time freshmen students with tools for collegiate success. During their first year, the program partners each new student with a seasoned upperclassman mentor who will assist them with adjusting to college life. Through the establishment of relationships with upperclassmen, freshmen in the program gain peer advisement on campus resources, services and involvement to aid both academic success and personal development. Every first Thursday of the month, S.N.A.P. meets to explore and discuss how mentees are adjusting and address any issues they are experiencing. Outside of the designated first Thursday meeting time, mentors remain in high contact with their paired mentees to provide a sense of continuous support.
Interested in becoming a SNAP mentee?
Please contact Intercultural and Inclusion Student Services for more information.