Three students sitting around a table during a study session.Our target population for the 2017-23 grant cycle includes:

Students who are a part of these groups will receive priority assignment, which means that they will be assigned a peer mentor within the first two weeks of the semester. Additionally, they have access to study space and study sessions led by program peer mentors who are proficient in specific courses and subject areas.

All other currently enrolled Western Michigan University undergraduate students are also eligible to participate in the Mentoring for Success Program if they meet one of the following requirements:

  • Are federal financial aid-eligible.
  • Are first-generation college students.
  • Are previous participants of the program.

These students will be assigned a peer mentor beginning the third week of the semester on a first-come, first-served basis, subject to availability of peer mentors and after all students in the target population have been assigned.

All other WMU students who do not meet any of the above requirements may still utilize our services only after all eligible students have been served.