Mentoring support ensures that students will be well trained, successfully complete their degrees, and obtain promising job opportunities. Joining a mentoring circle is a great way to starting forming connections and learning how to cultivate mentor relationships.
Mentoring circles consist of groups of 5-8 graduate students and faculty who will meet three times each semester to discuss topics such as career and leadership development, handling conflicts, life/work balance, diversity and inclusion.
Join a Mentoring Circle
For faculty looking for help guides on how to hold a mentoring circle, please view the Graduate College tools for success webpage.