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Online Mentoring

Beginning the week of March 23rd, all mentoring sessions will be held online, using Zoom as a platform.

A list of all mentoring sessions can be found here. To join a session, click the provided Zoom link.

Links to Zoom sessions also be found in the description for each session in the course calendars below, as seen here:

You do not need to be logged into your wustl account on Zoom to participate in a session, but you will be asked to fill out a brief registration form before entering a meeting.

We also offer mentoring in QBA 120/121, MEC 290,  Bio 2500, Matrix Algebra, Differential Equations and Statistics. Email jayanthisriram@wustl.edu to set up a study group led by a peer mentor. 

We offer a variety of mentoring programs to provide flexible opportunities for our students

Residential Peer Mentoring (RPM): Weekly drop-in sessions for Calculus and General Chemistry in the residential areas. Read more about RPM.

Drop-in Peer Mentoring: Weekly drop-in sessions held in The Learning Center and other academic buildings for a variety of courses. Check above for the list of courses.

Peer Led Team Learning (PLTL): Weekly structured study groups for Calculus, Physics and General Chemistry. Pre-Registration Required. Read more about PLTL

Matched Academic Mentoring: Matched mentoring provides supplemental learning opportunities in a one-on-one or small group setting for select groups  of students in select courses. Click here to read more about the program and see if you are eligible.

All of our mentoring programs are led by very well trained undergraduate students.

General academic support

The Learning Center also helps students develop general academic skills – things like note-taking, time management, and active study skills. For more information, visit our academic skills page.

 

Matched Academic Mentoring

Matched mentoring provides supplemental learning opportunities in a one-on-one or small group setting for select groups  of students in select courses.  Based on the needs, students are intentionally matched with a mentor for support in conceptual understanding, learning strategies,  problem solving strategies, goal setting, etc. Click here to read more about the program and see if you are eligible.