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Students with faculty member and undergraduate research coordinator Carol Dehler

Science Mentorship Program

Initiated by the College of Science/USUSA Science Council in Fall 2019, the College of Science Mentorship Program pairs upperclassmen Aggie Scientists with entering freshmen and sophomores to provide mentorship and advice about college study and life.

The purpose of the program is to provide newer students with guidance about navigating their programs and university career, and to give volunteer mentors valuable leadership experiences.

All College of Science students are welcome to apply as a mentor or a mentee.

Questions? Contact Noah Braeger, USUSA Science Senator, at sciencesenator.ususa@usu.edu

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Science students in their freshman or sophomore years at USU should apply to be mentored:

Applications for the second cohort of Science Mentees are due on September 21, 2020.

Mentee Application

The application process for juniors and seniors interested in serving as mentors closes on September 21st, 2020.

Mentor Application