Academic Mentors (AMs) are undergraduate students with valuable experience and specialized training to coach their peers on how to reach their academic goals. Meet the Mentors!
Ways to Get A's
Ways to Get A's in your STEM courses: Drop in Mondays from 3:30 to 5:00 to learn academic success skills specifically designed for STEM students. A student academic mentor majoring in Biomedical sciences will show you how to improve: your time management, notetaking , reading, problem-solving, exam preparation, or exam taking skills. Bring course materials with you so that you can immediately apply the new techniques!
Ways to A's in all of your courses: Drop in Tuesdays from 3:30 to 5:00 with your course materials to learn academic success skills to improve your academic performance in any of your classes. A student academic mentor will show you how to improve: your time management, organization, notetaking, reading, and exam preparation and exam taking skills within the context of your own course materials.
Study Smart Series
Study Smart Series for A+P: This three part series will focus on the skills you need to do well in BMS 507/508. Professor Lockwood approved the design of this series and will give students who participate in all three sessions extra credit points. The goal for the series is to better prepare you for lecture, tools you can use after class to learn the information, and how to study prepare for class exams and lab practicals. This series will meet on Wednesdays beginning September 10, 2014, from 3:30 to 5:00.Register here!
.Individual Academic Coaching
Work one-on-one with a trained Academic Mentor for four weeks to improve your study skills and time management strategies. How: To get started, meet with a professional Academic Counselor who can set up your 4-week service.
Do you want to be an Academic Mentor?
We hire Academic Mentors in the Spring semester. They attend training in the Spring, and work in the following academic year. We advertise the position on the Financial Aid Work-Study website. Please get in touch with Dani Adler (email@example.com, 603-862-3688) if you'd like to know more about the position and how to apply.
- ACADEMIC MENTOR POSITION DESCRIPTION (download as a .doc or .pdf)
- ACADEMIC MENTOR JOB APPLICATION (download as a .doc or .pdf)
If you have met with an Academic Mentor (AM), we have implemented a new online survey system as a means to more effectively evaluate some of our services at CFAR. These surveys are brief and very user-friendly. Please use the links below to complete BOTH surveys.
Thank you for helping us with this evaluation process so that we can better develop our academic support services for UNH students.