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COVID-19 Updates

The Tri-Mentoring Program (TMP) is here to support you during this challenging time. Please refer to some of our Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) and/or contact us with any questions at

TMP operates through our Community Portal, external link. The TMP Community Portal is a mentoring platform where we host all of our mentoring programs. Students can use the Portal to interact with advisors, other students, alumni and industry professionals.

Please reach out to us at with questions regarding our Community Portal at

You can book a one-on-one mentoring appointment with a Mentoring Facilitator and/or student staff. Email with your name and faculty of study/community so you can be referred to the TMP staff member that can best support you.

If you have a profile on our TMP Community Portal, please visit the Advisors tab to book an appointment with a Mentoring Facilitator, or the Explore Your Community tab to book an appointment with a student staff member.

All mentoring programs are currently open to part-time and full-time undergraduate students, graduate students, and law school students. This includes peer mentoring, career mentoring, and group mentoring.

Chang School students have access to all of our group mentoring programs. The Career Flash Mentoring Program is available for Chang School students earning a certificate only. You can contact Dena Marcos at to learn more about this program.

All students who joined the TMP Community Portal can also interact with alumni and industry professionals for an informational interview and/or chat through our Explore Your Community tab.

The majority of peer-to-peer and career mentoring programs will take place virtually. Group mentoring sessions will also be delivered online and potentially in-person. 

To stay updated on our programming for equity-deserving students, please join our TMP Community Portal or email

The Tri-Mentoring Program hosts a wide variety of exciting and informative events, including Back to Basics and Mentor 2.0 workshops on topics such as Scholarships & Bursaries and Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion; Cultural Programming events including live cook-a-longs and cultural celebrations open to all; and Career Mentoring events covering topics like Planning Your Career Journey. The majority of these events will be delivered virtually during the Fall 2021 semester. To stay updated and register for events, please visit us on ConnectRU and follow us on social media @trimentoring, external link.