As a first-year student at the University of St. Michael’s College, you have a unique opportunity to be a part of St. Mike’s Mentorship program! The St. Mike’s Mentorship Program is designed to support the transition of first-year students into St. Mike’s and university life. The program provides trained, upper-year students who model positive qualities and foster personalized relationships with each mentee. This year, our team consists of two Coordinators, six Senior Mentors, and 36 mentors. We come from over fifteen countries around the world and can speak more than a dozen different languages! The transition to UofT is not always easy, but we’re dedicated to ensuring a smooth, valuable, and welcoming entrance into your university years! To learn more about the program, check out this video!
For more information on related opportunities at the University of Toronto, visit Mentorship & Peer Programs.
Registration for the Mentorship Program can be found within the registration form for Orientation 2023.
If you have already registered for Orientation 2023, but want to add registration for Mentorship, please email email@example.com
I am a fourth-year student pursuing a major in economics and a double minor in philosophy and medieval studies. I have been involved in SMC Mentorship for each of my years at U of T—in first year as a mentee, in second year as a mentor, last year as a senior mentor, and now as a coordinator. This year, I am excited to continue the work of making incoming students feel welcome here at SMC, and I look forward to a year of community-building between first-year and upper-year students. Say hello if you see me around campus!
I am a fourth-year student double majoring in criminology and psychology, with a minor in political science. I have been involved in different groups in SMC since my first year, including house council, residence council, orientation, SMCSU, collegium, and now mentorship. I am very excited to build a network that connects incoming first-years to different resources of SMC and UofT, as well as other members and students of the community, making SMC their home away from home.
Sociology Major, English Minor
& Women Gender Studies Minor
Cognitve Science, Comp Sci Minor
& Linguistics Minor
Physics, Comp Sci Minor
& Statistics Minor
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