As part of your first-year experience, you will have the opportunity to participate in First-Year Mentoring. Mentoring is designed to assist you as you transition into university life. As such, you will be assigned a trained upperclassman as a peer mentor. Your mentor will be there to answer questions, point out resources, and talk about your overall BYU experience. Some of the benefits include access to high-demand general education classes through a mentored course, and having someone (your mentor) to answer your questions and point you to resources.
What is First-Year Mentoring?
What is a Peer Mentor?
- How can I make the most of my experience here?
- How can I get involved on campus?
- Which classes should I take next semester?
- How many credits should I take?
- Where can I spend my meal plan money?
- Is there someone who can edit my paper?
- How can I get along better with my roommate?
- Where do I take tests?
- How can I sign up for a study abroad program?
- Where is a quiet place for me to study?
- How can I be effective in a group study?
- Where can I live my second year?
- Where are fun weekend activities around Provo?
- How much should I study for my exam?