Peer Mentors

LOBO GUIDE MISSION STATEMENT
In order to create and foster a culture of inclusivity for the undergraduates at Sul Ross State University, a Hispanic serving institute, the Lobo Guide Program provides a link between students and the campus community as well as outreach within the Alpine community. Lobo Guides act as a peer mentor and a communicator as they create relationships with undergraduates to garner the future leaders and mentors of SRSU.

LEARNING OUTCOMES FOR LOBO GUIDE PROGRAM
1. Undergraduates will develop an affiliation to and for Sul Ross State University.
2. Undergraduates will have a “go-to” peer to communicate concerns, hesitations, and questions.
3. Undergraduates will be able to develop an affiliation to the Alpine community.
4. Undergraduates will develop relationships with other students.
5. Peer Mentor will act as an “Early Alert” system to alert appropriate staff and faculty to potential issues with first year freshmen.

WHO CAN BE A GUIDE?
A mentor is an experienced student who has applied and been accepted into the Title V El Camino Peer Mentor Program. Any sophomore, junior, or senior student with a GPA over 2.0.

WHO CAN BE A MENTEE?
Any underclassman

 

CHECK OUT THE LOBO GUIDE MANUAL BELOW

 

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