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Tri-Mentoring Program

Black students engaged at an event on campus

The Tri-Mentoring Program’s (TMP) educational priority is to mentor each student using their individual experience to find their sense of belonging on campus. The “tri” represents our peer-to-peer, career, and group mentoring activities. We offer mentorship opportunities to students of all identities across all faculties:

  • Peer Mentoring: 1st year students are matched with upper year students in the same program or with similar interests supporting their transition into first year
  • Career Mentoring: Through Career Mentoring, students in 3rd year or above are matched with an industry professional for guidance and encouragement progressing towards their goals
  • Group Mentoring: We host regular Group Mentoring community meetings for equity seeking students on campus including groups for students who are 2SLGBTQ+, Black, Indigenous, Filipinx, Latinx, Lusophone/Portuguese speaking, Muslim women, Mature students, Students with Disabilities and Women in STEM.