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Peer Mentor Program

Student Multicultural Activities (SMA)
Slavin Center 106c


Deadline: Sept 5, 2014, FRI


Purpose: To have an upper class student as a mentor for your first year as you transition to college life. Your mentor will be a resource to answer questions, to direct you to academic and student services, to extend a listening ear and to encourage you to engage, interact and get involved on campus. All first year students may apply to be a mentee for the Peer Mentor Program.


  • Learn from the experience, insight and knowledge of an upperclass student for success at Providence College.
  • Hear from your mentor weekly via email, text or phonecall.
  • Be part of a co-hort of 2-4 mentees.
  • Enjoy building new relationships with your mentor and other mentees.
  • Participate in a off or on campus activity once/month.
  • Discover the value of mentorship for your current life as a student and for your future vocation.


Be actively involved in the program by doing the following:

  • Attend a retreat with mentors on September 7, Sunday, starting at 1pm.
  • Respond to your mentor's emails, texts or messages in a timely manner.
  • Attend a once/month meeting with mentors on the fourth Wednesday of every month from 7-8pm.
  •  Attend a once/month off or on campus activity with the group.
  • Meet with your co-hort and mentor once/month over a meal or at an on campus event. 
  • Give feedback about the program to the Director of SMA.
Note: We are committed to cultivating and modeling intercultural relationships at Providence College and to a philosophy of collective mentoring. Mentees are often matched with mentors who differ from them in some ways while also having some common interests, major and so on. If you have any questions, you may email or call the advisor, Elena Yee, at or 401-865-1525.

​If you have questions, please contact Elena Yee, director of SMA, 401-865-1525,

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