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PASS Mentoring Program Members Reconnected on Feb 8th

Published: 02/26/2015

On February 8th, members of the PASS Mentoring Program met in Science Center Classrooms Building room 115 to reconnect mentors and mentees. The goal of the PASS Mentoring Program is to Promote Academic Success for Students (PASS) by providing a healthy learning and social environment. Minority freshmen are paired with upper classmen in their major areas for a smooth transition into college. The program seeks to create a “family away from home” environment to help freshmen reach their academic and social potential at Auburn University. Each mentor/mentee pair was reminded of the mission of the PASS Mentoring Program, mentoring roles and responsibilities, and the mentoring process. The event concluded with a review of mentoring contracts, upcoming events, and record keeping. The PASS Mentoring Program is continuing to promote increased opportunities for student success. For additional information on PASS, visit HERE.
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