The Mentoring for Success Program is a peer mentoring program that offers one-on-one academic support for many lower-level courses (1000 and 2000) and a limited number of upper-level courses (3000 and 4000). In addition to one-on-one and small group tutoring, your peer mentor will serve as a knowledgeable and experienced guide and resource, a trusted ally and advocate, and a caring role model to you. Your peer mentor is someone whose advice and encouragement you will seek regarding decisions about classes, majors, academic difficulties, and personal problems (by recommending you to meet with the appropriate outside sources). To maximize the benefits and effectiveness of this mentoring relationship, we ask that you commit to this relationship for the entire semester and for at least one semester and to meet regularly with your assigned peer mentor throughout the semester. This peer mentoring relationship is geared toward achieving specific academic and developmental goals that are focused on your overall development. Your peer mentor will strive to help you develop and enhance good study habits and learning techniques so that you can be successful in your academic endeavors. Peer mentor assignments are made on a first-come-first-served basis and the availability of peer mentor varies by courses and/or subject areas from semester to semester. You will be notified as soon as possible if a peer mentor is not available for the course or subject area for which you have requested tutoring services.