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Information for Mentees

How do I get a Mentor?

Getting a mentor is simple. Complete this online form and hit submit. If the mentoring relationship does not work out, the mentee need only call or email the Bobcat Bond Staff and we will assign a new mentor. For more information please contact the staff at bobcatbond@txstate.edu.


Why Should I Join the Bobcat Bond Program?

Colleges and universities across the nation struggle every year with how to help new students adjust to the inevitable changes of higher education. At Texas State, we pair new students with Texas State upperclassmen, staff or faculty to ease the transition into the university and support the adjustments to change.   

Mentees benefit in many ways. By having a friend/mentor at Texas State, the stress of adjusting to campus is reduced. This is also directly related to higher retention of students at Texas State, and higher GPAs (as compared to their fellow non-mentored new students). If you have a problem with anything personal or academic, while your mentor may not have direct experience, they will know where to refer you so that you can get help and know that people on this campus can help.


Did you miss the Mentee Welcome?

Download the Welcome PowerPoint and Mentoring Agreement below.  The Mentoring Agreement can be used to set the foundation for your mentor/mentee relationship.

Think of a great leader. Chances are, they had a mentor. 

Mentor Mentee
jesse jackson
Jesse Jackson
martin luther king jr
Martin Luther King, Jr.
maya angelou
Maya Angelou
orpah winfrey
Oprah Winfrey
Obi Wan
Obi Wan Kanobi
luke skywalker
Luke Skywalker
Plato
Plato
socrates
Socrates
dumbledore
Albus Dumbledore
harry potter
Harry Potter