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Minority Mentor Program (MMP) Minority Mentor Program (MMP)


In 1994 the Minority Mentor Program (MMP) was developed to assist first-year graduate students from underrepresented communities develop academically, professionally, and personally. The MMP provides mentors and mentees with mutually beneficial relationships by offering opportunities to discuss research, professional development, and graduate life. The overarching goal of the MMP is to support the successful transition of our first-year students by providing them with an understanding of CGU's community, its challenges, and the services and resources that are in place to support them and allow for a successful graduate experience.

Through this program students will have the opportunity to attend various workshops throughout the year that will focus on the following areas:

  • Campus resources, and the importance of involvement
  • Creating community
  • Academic expectations
  • Networking and professional development


TO APPLY as a mentee (first-year graduate student) or a mentor (continuing graduate student), click here for the application. The deadline to apply is Friday, September 21, 2018.

SAVE THE DATE: MMP Welcome and Social Mixer scheduled for Thursday, September 27th, 2018, from 6pm-8pm at the Office of Student Life, Diversity & Leadership. 

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