CSSH Circle is a peer mentoring program that connects new international students and dedicated upper-class mentors. Mentors participate in a semester long program where they are partnered with a small group of international students guiding them as they transition academically and socially into the CSSH, Northeastern University, and Boston. Circle mentor teams meet regularly throughout the semester at both small and large group events on and off campus. Becoming a CSSH Circle is an opportunity to utilize your practical knowledge and interpersonal skills in a way that builds our CSSH community. Click here for more information!
Located within academic departments, CSSH Peer Mentors are upperclass students who guide incoming first-year students within their majors. Each department’s peer mentoring program looks a bit different, but the goal is the same: helping first-year students and transfer students feel connected to their departments and supported by peers during the first and second semester on campus. This is your chance to build community within your department. Here is your opportunity to connect with new students and to help make them feel a part of their major and the NU campus. Click here for more information!
N.U.in Mentors serve as a key contact for CSSH N.U.in students while they are abroad during their first semester. The goal of the N.U.in Mentor Program is to help N.U.in students form a connection with the College of Social Sciences & Humanities before they arrive on campus in January. CSSH N.U.in Mentors communicate and meet virtually with Fall 2019 N.U.in students throughout the semester and discuss topics such as academic engagement, registration, and transitioning to Boston. Click here for more more information!
If you have any questions about the CSSH Department or NUin Mentoring program or application please email Michaela Modica at email@example.com.