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The Mentor Collective Program

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The CSU Pueblo’s Mentor Collective program enhances the student experience by linking them one-on-one with an alum or peer mentor. Students are paired with mentors who are devoted in the success of the students — a person ready to listen, inspire, help navigate challenges, and recognize opportunities.

 Students will learn what to expect in school, how to approach challenges, and gain career advice. The Mentor-Student relationship also helps the Mentors improve their professional networks as well as become better leaders.

How it Works

Students will be matched with an alum or peer mentor based on common interests, background, academics, and professional aspirations. To get started, students and mentors register and complete an online survey to paint a holistic picture of their interests and experiences.

 What do Mentors and Mentees Discuss?

  • How will my major impact my professional options?
  • How do I balance the demands of school, responsibilities, and socializing?
  • How can I set myself up for academic, social, and career success?
  • How do I make connections with peers and professional contacts?

Areas of Support Include:

  • Attending events
  • Getting involved with student clubs and organizations
  • Class selection
  • Becoming familiar with campus locations
  • Ordering books
  • Meeting new people and support services

Find a Mentor

Get support from a continuing CSU Pueblo student who's been in your shoes and will assist you with navigating our campus.

Become a Mentor

Get involved by helping incoming freshmen and transfer students find their way around campus.

Spring 2022 Registration is Open

To register for Spring 2022 courses, students will need to meet with their academic success coach or faculty mentor, submit proof of vaccination or exemption, and self-register through Banner.

Registration Requirements

Submit Proof of Vaccination or Exemption

CARES Funding

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CARES Funding is available for eligible students to help pay for cost of attendance needs such as food, housing, childcare, health care, course materials, technology, tuition assistance, and other critical needs.

Pack Mentor Program

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