The Tri-Mentoring Program aims to provide and hold safe spaces for students who identify as part of an equity seeking group to connect and share their experiences. Students will have the opportunity to explore their identity, join a community, and gain knowledge of resources. Working from an anti-oppressive framework, our group mentoring sessions will endeavor to support students in finding a sense of belonging and empowering students to discover what they need to be successful in their post-secondary journey.
We offer group mentoring for students who identify with the following equity seeking groups
Black Identified Students
Muslim Women Students
Women in Science, Technology, Engineering or Math (STEM)
Latinx/Hispanic or Spanish Speaking Students
East and South East Asian Students
Students who Identify with a Disability