The Scholar's Mentorship Program (SMP) is a voluntary networking initiative for talented and high achieving general admission students of color. The program consists of three tiers.
Tier I: "First-year Protégés" (who are assigned Faculty/Staff mentors and peer mentors).
Tier II: “Peer Mentors” (sophomores, juniors and seniors in enrolled in Counseling Under-
Tier III: "Student Leaders" (who are enrolled in Black and Latino Leadership and/or hold positions in student organizations).
Students say the like the program because it:
While the traditional SMP groups are Blacks, Latinos, Asians and Native Americans, any student may participate by becoming a Peer Mentor, enrolling in the courses, and attending events.
For further information, call 845-257-2760 or e-mail Chanel Ward, Director (FOB West 6); firstname.lastname@example.org