Mentoring Programs

Programs designed with your goals in mind

Our mentoring programs focus on peer-to-peer interaction to help you meet your professional and academic goals while creating a network of peers, faculty, staff, and community partners.

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ACE Mentor Program

The Accelerated Collegiate Experience (ACE Program) introduces early admission high school juniors and seniors to high-achieving upper-class students to support them through the rigor of university classes and experiences.

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Honors College Mentor Program

Each first-year student participating in the Honors College selects an upper-class Honors student mentor to guide them throughout their university transition. The Honors Mentors actively practice cultural enrichment, scholarly advancement, leadership development, and community engagement.

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FGCUScholars Ambassador Program

The FGCUScholars Ambassadors are student leaders who assist their peers in developing transferrable skills such critical thinking, problem solving, professional networking, and communication skills. FGCUScholars Ambassadors also mentor students and advocate for undergraduate research experiences across the FGCU community.

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Students in Healthcare & Medicine (SiHM) Mentor Program

The Students in Healthcare and Medicine (SiHM) Mentoring Program connect undergraduate students with similar interests, career goals, and academic motivations to build holistic university experiences as competitive pre-professional healthcare applicants. 

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EnvironMentors Program

The EnvironMentors Program provides the opportunity for undergraduate and new graduate students majoring in an environmental field to be matched with a graduate-level student mentor for assistance in applying to professional academic programs and/or careers, navigating coursework, finding and maximizing research and academic leadership opportunities, and connecting with local environmental organizations.

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PAGES Program

The PAGES Program is a tailored support program for liberal arts and humanities majors to reinforce transferable skills learned through coursework. PAGES introduces students to peer coaching opportunities to develop a personalized support system while at FGCU. 

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